Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

Philippe Jeanjacquot
École normale supérieure de Lyon / ENS Lyon

Jean-Luc Richter
Lycée J.B.Schwilgué - Sélestat

Science on Stage France

Science on Stage France encourages French STEM teachers to exchange teaching ideas for natural science with colleagues from France and Europe.

An important aim of Science on Stage France’s activities is to promote the work of science teachers and to give French STEM teachers the possibility to exchange with teachers in other countries. Beside the exchange, Science on Stage France informs teachers about wider science research.

Science on Stage France was established in 2003 and fully reorganised in 2017 with a new dynamic team of teachers who can be contacted on the new French website : . Science on Stage France is hosted by ENS Lyon.

French Science on Stage festival 2016

The national Science on Stage festival 2016 in France took place on 19 May 2016 at Le Creusot ALTO. At the event, teachers from all over France presented their innovative ideas for STEM teaching. Also international colleagues attended the festival: Philippe Delsate and Francis Moreau from Belgium hosted scientific workshops and Liliana Fernandez from Portugal presented a further project. Next to the exchange of good practice teaching ideas at the educational fair the festival focused at the selection of the French delegation for the European Science on Stage festival 2017 in Debrecen, Hungary.

Find impressions of the French Science on Stage festival 2016 here.


Take a workshop to your country: France - Portugal 2016

With 'Head in the stars' a new joint project about astronomy was started between Liliana Fernandes, teacher at Básica school in Vila Verde, Portugal, and Alexandrine Beya and Isabelle Blettery, teachers at La Charmille school in Le Creusot, France. The two French teachers presented this project at the Portuguese Science on Stage Regional Event in Braga on 20 Feburary 2016. The Portuguese colleague will now visit the national Science on Stage festival in France on 19 May 2016 at Le Creusot and present the idea to the French audience via the Science on Stage programme 'Take a workshop to your country'.

Teacher training on 'Smartphones in Science Teaching' in April 2015

Take a workshop to your country, 3/4 April 2014