How to Join

As Europe’s biggest network for STEM teachers, Science on Stage’s activities aim to support them in their professional development. True to the motto 'from teachers for teachers', Science on Stage focuses on personal exchange, networking and partnerships.

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We are active in over 30 countries! Every teacher from those countries is welcome to join us – no matter if primary or secondary school.

To register for national events, get in touch with your country's representative. Find your country here!

Get an overview of all the free activities we offer for STEM teachers on this site. Keep informed about new activities by subscribing for our newsletter.

Science on Stage regularly offers free teacher trainings on various topics. More information is available here!

In our webinars, STEM teachers can network and exchange ideas across borders and learn more about distance and online learning. Get an overview of what we offer here.  

The Science on Stage festivals are the heart of our network: STEM teachers from primary to secondary schools meet here to exchange ideas about their teaching concepts in an educational fair, in workshops and in short lectures. Find out here, how you can participate.

Our international Science on Stage projects bring together teachers from all over Europe to develop new innovative teaching concepts on important topics. Our current project is "Quantum Computing in STEM Education". Out of our projects, we develop exciting teaching materials for teachers. Click here to download them for free. 

We regularly launch competitions in which STEM teachers and their students can participate. Our lastest competition was the Future League

With a teacher exchange programme, Science on Stage Europe supports the personal exchange across national borders. Click here for more information.

Contact us

Stefanie Schlunk

Chair Science on Stage Europe
Stefanie Schlunk

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