Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

European STEM Teacher Award winners 2017

From 29 June to 2 July the European Science on Stage festival celebrated its 10th jubilee in Debrecen. Nine STEM teachers from Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal & Switzerland won the European STEM Teacher Award. #SonS2017

Science on Stage Festival 2017

Science on Stage festival celebrated its 10th jubilee - 29 June - 2 July 2017 in Debrecen, Hungary. Around 450 STEM teachers from 30 countries came together at Europes biggest educational event from and for science teachers! #SonS2017 www.sons2017.eu

From teachers for teachers

Investing in the future means investing in education - and in exchange across borders! We connect educators with sparking ideas for STEM teaching Europe wide.

Science on Stage countries

​Browse all Science on Stage member countries on the interactive map and find details about activities, national events and contacts of Science on Stage in your country

Science On Stage Europe

  • …is a network of and for STEM teachers of all school levels.
  • …provides a European platform for the exchange of teaching ideas.
  • …highlights the importance of science and technology in schools and among the public.

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Take a workshop to your country

​Take part in free teacher trainings, which are organised in many Science on Stage countries throughout Europe. Teachers who participated in European Science on Stage festivals will explain to you how their exciting teaching concepts can be carried out in your classroom.

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Teaching Material Of The Month

Don’t Touch the Ground! – Motion, Kinetic Energy and Momentum (iStage 3)

Goalkeepers say that their job becomes more difficult if the ball bounces on the ground in front of them, because this leads to a change in energy and movement of the ball. In this teaching unit the students are introduced to the laws of physics related to the translational and rotational movement by looking at the football being a rotating solid object in rolling and bouncing motion.

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Benefits For Teachers

  • European Festivals

    Meet committed colleagues from 30 countries in Europe and Canada on the Science on Stage festivals. Discuss innovative teaching ideas, take home ideas for your own classes and new energy for your daily chores.

  • International teacher trainings

    Take part in free teacher trainings regularily held by Science on Stage teachers throughout Europe. Topics reach from language support through science in primary school to smartphones and ICT in science teaching for senior grades.

  • Free teaching materials

    Benefit from the wide know-how of your European colleagues and use teaching ideas and concepts for primary and secondary education. You can download the materials and order them per cost of the delivery.

  • Exchange with colleagues

    Take part in international workshops in which science teachers from 30 countries develop teaching materials with a lot of passion and commitment.

  • Travel scholarships

    Deepen contacts you have made at a Science on Stage festival, travel to other European countries and get to know everyday school life on site with a travel scholarship.