Nobel Creations – a school project

In the project Nobel Creations, students do artistic interpretations of the Nobel Prize, that are visualized in an exhibition at the school. The project is open for all types of schools – from pre-school to elementary, high school and colleges.

With Nobel Creations, schools can work theoretically, as well as artistically, with the Nobel Prize. You can work with the project at any time during the year – either through a more extensive theme involving many subjects, or as a smaller project of three lessons. It’s up to you as a teacher! The baseline is that the students learn about a Nobel Prize and thereafter do an interpretation of it. The final result: the school’s own exhibition about the Nobel Prize.

Every year the Nobel Prize Museum realizes a contest, where the most creative interpretation among the participating schools will be rewarded with a prize!

Educational resources

The Nobel Prize Lessons are a ready-to-use classroom material about the latest Nobel Prizes – for every Nobel Prize you’ll find a teacher’s guide, slides with a manuscript, videos and a student worksheet.

Nobel Creations is an educational lay-out for how the school can work artistically with the Nobel Prizes and do an exhibition of its own. Below you’ll find both the lay-out (in the Teacher’s guide) and printable exhibition signs for the school exhibit.

Files to download

To cite this section
MLA style: Nobel Creations – a school project. NobelPrize.org. Nobel Media AB 2019. Sun. 8 Dec 2019. <https://www.nobelprize.org/nobel-prize-lessons-nobel-creations/>

Nobel Prize Lessons

The 2019 Medicine Prize is about how cells adapt to oxygen availability. Find the lesson about this here.

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2019

© The Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine. Ill. Mattias Karlén

The 2019 Physics Prize is about the
universe and its history. Find the lesson about this here.

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2019

© Johan Jarnestad/The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

The 2019 Chemistry Prize is awarded for developing the world's most powerful battery. Find the lesson about this here.

Battery

© Johan Jarnestad/The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

In 2019 the Swedish Academy announced the Nobel Prize in Literature for both 2018 and 2019. The 2018 Literature Prize was awarded to Olga Tokarczuk and the 2019 Literature Prize to Peter Handke. Find the lesson here.

The Nobel Prize in Literature 2018 and 2019

Ill. Niklas Elmehed. © Nobel Media.

The 2019 Peace Prize was awarded to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali. Find the lesson about this here.

Abiy Ahmed Ali

Ill. Niklas Elmehed. © Nobel Media.

The Economic Sciences Prize 2019 is awarded for research that helps us fight global poverty. Find the lesson about this here.

The Economic Sciences Prize 2019

© Johan Jarnestad/The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences