The Global Classroom Project

rainfall-guageLearning is an active process. We learn by doing…” –author Dale Carnegie For ten days this fall the people behind the scientific amusement park - Danfoss Universe turned school children from 15 countries into scientists. Children from 50 schools measured rainfall across the globe as part of Danfoss’s The Global Classroom Project (TGCP).

Students from Denmark (home to Danfoss Universe), the United States, China, Brazil, etc. were able to log onto the project’s website, receive instructions on how to build a “Rain Gauge” from household items, and then were taught how to make accurate rainfall calculations. Final tabulations could be entered on TGCP’s webpage for all the students across the world to compare...Read More