The information provided and the resources used by the monitor are adapted to the type of visit (group visit, family visit, adults, schools ...).
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You can visit our exhibition in the “Museo Marítimo Ría de Bilbao” until February, 2019
For schools planning to visit the exhibition, we adapt the visit to the students’ level (from primary school to university level). If you also want to prepare your visit from the classroom, you can use the didactic educational materials that we offer below:
DIDACTIC EDUCATIONAL GUIDES
In this guide there are 19 activity worksheets organized on the three main educational levels: primary, secondary and high schools. Within each level there are several activities that allow you to work on the central ideas of each section of the exhibition.
In this guide you will find a first part with the objectives, skills and methodology, and a second part with pedagogical suggestions and solutions to the activities included in the student guide.
Webquest is a didactic educational tool that consists of a guided research into the Spanish electricity system. To carry out this research you will have to use your knowledge, your own experience and the sources of information we propose (interactive, video, computer graphics, games ...).
You can attend a session in the SCREENING ROOM.
Here you can see different audiovisual material regarding the transmission of electricity, the balance between generation and consumption, the integration of renewables, etc.
'The electricity tug-of-war! The electricity balancing game '(10 mins)
In this fun video, the members of a family teach us how users 'PULL’ on electricity, in other words how we produce our demand for electricity and how electricity systems respond to this demand by pulling from the various sources of electricity generation.
'CECRE: Centro de Control de Energías Renovables' (8 min)
How does this pioneering Control Centre in Europe work? Its mission is to reliably and safely integrate renewable energy generation into the electricity system. And as all sailors know, wind cannot always be predicted.
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