Anne Jacob (-Streiff)
Science on Stage Switzerland - Académie suisse des sciences naturelles SCNAT Maison des Académies
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Science on Stage Switzerland
Science on Stage Switzerland is an association, which goals are the organisation of a national Science on Stage Switzerland competition, the participation in activities of Science on Stage Europe and the promotion of science teaching.
Science on Stage Switzerland tries to promote science education, primarily by selecting and sending Swiss teachers to the festival organised by Science on Stage Europe. The swiss competition will be organised each two years to select the 5 projects representing Switzerland in the European Festival.
Visitors from other Science on Stage countries are welcome to our national competition! Please contact us if you would like to come to Switzerland.
More information: www.science-on-stage.ch
Switzerland, 18 March 2017: Gymnasium Bäumlihof, Zu den drei Linden 80, 4058 Basel - Life Sciences Symposium 2017
Workshop 1: 'Alles Banana und colourful Carrots' (Dr. Sacha Glardon and Thomas Scheuber, Switzerland)
Workshop 2: 'Energie aus Hefe' (Johannes Almer and Thomas Gerl, Germany)
Workshop 3: 'Who murdered Sir Ernest?' (Johannes Almer and Ernst Hollweck, Germany)
For further information, please visit: www.biovalley-college.net/life-sciences-symposium
On 12 November 2016 the national Science on Stage Festival in Switzerland took place at Technorama Winterthur. Teachers from primary to secondary school with enthralling teaching ideas for STEM classes were called by Science on Stage Switzerland to join the event. At the occassion also the Swiss teacher team for the Science on Stage festival 2017 in Debrecen, Hungary was defined. Learn more at science-on-stage.ch.
As representative of the Swedish delegate teachers Anna Gunnarsson with her project 'Playful Physics for the youngest' took part and shared her teaching concept with the participants. This presentation was part of the follow-up programme "Take a Workshop to your Country".
Further information on the workshop on the website of Science on Stage Switzerland: www.science-on-stage.ch