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Handover of the experiment set to Teachers 4 Future Wetterau/Hochtaunus, January 30, 2024

More than 40 participants took part in the event "Photovoltaics in and on schools" organized by the local group Teachers for Future Wetterau/Hochtaunuskreis on January 30th at the Friedberger Burggymnasium - a great success for the still very young group.

"We are very pleased that so many teachers, but also students, representatives of the THM, the Friedberg climate protection manager Dr. Rohn - Nemudrova and an employee of the Wetterau district attended the event," said Michael Sach, one of the spokespersons for the local group.

In the first part of the event, our experiment sets for photovoltaics were tested, which teachers can use in class. "With these experiment sets, the functionality of photovoltaics, as well as other physical phenomena, can be experienced in a very practical way," explains Matthias Schmuderer, Managing Director of Solar Bildung. We also offer a variety of lesson plans for other subjects in connection with the experiment sets, such as mathematics and ethics.

Matthias Schmuderer (Solar Bildung), Markus Maurer (ServiceNow), Michaela Schremmer (Teachers4Future), Peter Ober (ServiceNow) with one of the experiment sets donated by ServiceNow

Bywinning a tender on the innovation platform ChangeX, the local group of teachers received a total of eight experiment sets. The decisive factor in the decision was the fact that the experiment sets can be borrowed and used not just by one school, but by all teachers who are active in the local group. The materials are financed by the IT company ServiceNow , which, in addition to its core business, also organizes the tender and is involved in various sustainable projects. Two representatives of the company, Mr. Maurer and Mr. Ober, were also on site to hand over the sets and test them immediately.

Photovoltaics in schools, especially when the systems are planned and built together with the school community, offer a variety of learning opportunities for climate education. In addition, schools can use their role models for active climate protection, which can have an influence on parents' homes.

A great event. Thank you very much T4F and ServiceNow!

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