Heterogeneity in the classroom

The issue of heterogeneity is becoming increasingly important. Heterogeneity in the classroom refers not only to socio-cultural differences in terms of gender, ethnicity, milieu, or disability but also to learning and performance-related differences.
Adequate handling of heterogeneity and inclusion in schools is therefore essential in order to support all pupils in the best possible way, regardless of their individual prerequisites, and to value them equally.
But how can this be achieved in everyday school life? 
Science on Stage offers various teaching materials and training courses on this topic. In addition, Science on Stage invites you to develop your own project ideas on this topic as part of the national festival 2023.


Heterogeneity at the festival 2024

  • Heterogeneity is one of the main themes of the next European Science on Stage Festival 2024 in Finland. STEM teachers can apply for the festival with their projects on the theme via the national events in their respective home countries.

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Heterogeneity in teaching materials

  • To help teachers support their students individually, Science on Stage has published a series of teaching materials. These support language development and contain texts in simple language.

    Our materials can also be used to specifically address girls, as female scientists act as 'role models', vividly presenting their professions and inviting them to experiment.  

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