During this science fair, about 300 secondary school students from various educational centres in Murcia were able to try out the entreREDes game
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The 15th edition of the Science and Technology Week was held in Murcia between 11 to 13 November with the aim of bringing science closer to the whole of society through fun and educational activities.
Red Eléctrica de España took part in this technological fair as part of the stand that the General Directorate of Energy, Industry and Mining of the Region of Murcia had at the event. 46 companies and entities participated in a fair which brought together a total of 356 professional activities and more than 500 scientists, technologists, information disseminators and educators.
The President of the Region of Murcia, Pedro Antonio Sánchez, inaugurated the fair and took a tour around the various stands and also attended a small demonstration of how the entreREDes game works. The digital game ‘entreREDes’, was created by Red Eléctrica so that students of 2nd, 3rd and 4th of Secondary School (ESO) can review the curricular content it offers in an entertaining way and, at the same time, learn how the Spanish electricity system works.
During this science fair, some 300 secondary school students from various educational centres in Murcia were able to try out the entreREDes game. Through this game, players move around the country along different power lines and substations of the electricity transmission grid as they correctly answer questions on six different subjects: Geography and History; Physics and Chemistry; Maths; Language and Literature; leisure and culture and the electricity sector.
With more than 8,500 questions and three playing modes, entreREDes is an effective educational resource for the teacher in the classroom; a revision tool for students to use at home, and a way of having fun that can be shared with family or friends.