ELEMASYN® is an International non-profit organization with headquarters in Athens, Greece.

We organizes International Student Conferences aiming at student activities that broaden students’ intellectual horizons and has a widely known educational vision.

ELEMASYN® offers a diverse educational experience that can have numerous benefits for students and educators alike. By integrating multiple subjects, we provide students with a well-rounded education and help them make connections between different fields of knowledge. Our Student Conferences foster an environment that embraces cultural diversity and promotes intercultural understandingtolerance, and empathy among students and educators. Furthermore, students are exposed to global perspectives and international issues can broaden their horizons and help them become responsible global citizens.


Conference Projects Guide

The Projects for the Conference

On this page you will find all the specifications for the task or tasks that the students will carry out.

Choose your Project


How to divide projects tasks


Useful Tips


Choose Project

The students, divided into teams with a maximum limit of approximately 35 – 40 students per team, choose one or more types of work, depending on the total number of students participating from each school.
(*e.g., 20 students = 1 team, 35 students = 1 team, 70 students = 2 teams, etc.)

The first criterion for selecting the work is the presentation format we will have at the Conference.

There are two presentation formats:

On-stage Presentation

Exhibition Presentation

Projects presented on stage:

Discussion or disagreement between 2 parties (debate)

Discussion with the audience – interactive presentation


Dancing Act

Theatrical Play (fictional or reenactment)

Music - singing

Oral briefing – presenting information with pictures and/or videos


Projects presented at the Exhibition:

Representation of creation - technique (eg: embroidery, painting, etc.)

Mockup demonstration, craft, etc

Poster - Painting - Collage


How to divide tasks

Under the guidance of teachers, students take on separate responsibilities based on their talents.


Research of information

Texts writing

Assign speakers/presenters

Assignment of musical or artistic enhancement of the project

Useful Tips

Presentations with an average length of 8min have the best audience response.

Try to find an unusual topic for your project. A popular topic is always an easy solution, but it will hardly be original. For example, if your subject of choice is ``The Life of Franz Kafka``, it's likely that others will have chosen it as well.

If you choose to give an oral presentation with PowerPoint, remember that to keep the audience engaged, the PowerPoint should follow the ``Rule of 7/7``. More specifically, to have 7 lines per slide and 7 words in each line.

Remember that the final recipient of the students' projects are their fellow classmates. Thus, is it a great opportunity to give children the freedom to create what they themselves wish to present. Let the work for the Conference be the occasion to let their imagination run free and create according to their desire!

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In Partnership with:

ELEMASYN® is a partner of the Future Classroom Lab program by European Schoolnet.

ELEMASYN® is a partner of the Culture Action Europe.