Remote Sensing in Schools

About this Content

The "Remote Sensing in Schools" (FIS) project is an educational initiative that focuses on the use of remote sensing technologies in schools to impart knowledge and skills to students in this field. Remote sensing refers to the collection of information about the Earth's surface objects using satellites. The website contains digital learning materials that connect remote sensing topics with science education (STEM) and enable teachers and students to explore curriculum topics from a new perspective.


The goals of the "Remote Sensing in Schools" (FIS) project primarily include promoting digital data work in STEM education (Mathematics, Computer Science, Natural Sciences, and Technology). The project aims to provide students with practical experience in using remote sensing technologies. This enhances their technological skills and their ability to understand and apply scientific research methods.

Another goal of the FIS project is interdisciplinarity. It aims to allow students to connect various subjects to understand complex environmental issues. This contributes to the development of holistic thinking and enables students to analyze more complex problems.

  • Author
    Dr. Henryk Hodam
    Jun. Prof. Dr. Andreas Rienow
  • Faculty
    Natural Sciences
  • Format
  • Licence


  • Date of Publication
    Wed, 04/24/2024 - 14:06 (updated on Tue, 05/14/2024 - 14:01)