Many students often argue that the school science curriculum they have is so packed that eventually they forget most of the things they learn at school shortly after they graduate. This is the case especially when they continue their studies on irrelevant subjects. The "Big Ideas of Science" challenge is targeting this particular argument and it focuses on giving the floor to students and have them brainstorm and communicate their view points on this matter.
Participating students, will be invited to shape the science curriculum of their school and decide what they would focus on and what they would leave out. In addition, part of the challenge is to link the different science subjects taught and select what methodology to use so as to ensure the harmonic and meaningful link between the different science subjects.