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Science on Stage offers teaching materials developed from European STEM teachers for STEM teachers. All materials are free of charge and can be downloaded here. Please use the search box on the left side or the 'magnifying glass' on the upper left corner to search for your field of interest and filter your request by ticking off the option 'teaching material' in the checkbox.
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What is the perfect curve of a ball’s trajectory, what must the ideal turf be like, and what’s the CO2 balance of the UEFA European Championship?
Football offers a great variety of questions and issues for your STEM classes: 20 teachers from 15 European countries developed twelve teaching units, presenting interesting experiments around football for biology, chemistry, computer sciences, maths and...more
Smartphones are by now a fundamental piece of our everyday life. Especially young people are using the new technology quite naturally. That also is a big chance for STEM-classes. 20 teachers from 14 European countries worked out eleven teaching units that show how Smartphones and Apps are to be used for fascinating experiments in maths, physics, chemistry or biology classes. From the measuring of the universe...more
Simulations for environmental technologies, bioinformatics or mechanics: The teaching material iStage - ICT in science teaching shows how to connect information and communication technologies (ICT) with science education.
About 20 teachers from 15 different countries worked together over one year to develop teaching materials for information and communication technologies (ICT) to be used in physics, biology...more
Inquiry-based learning with biographies makes the promotion of language skills in primary school possible in a special way. The pupils experience the connection between science and language. Reading, understanding and sharing what they have learned are the main elements that promote language skills. The natural sciences in particular provide children with reasons to talk about the things they have done or...more