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Dates

19.01.2019 — 20.01.2019 pt

Portuguese Science on Stage festival 2019

From 19-20 January 2019 the national festival of Science on Stage Portugal will take place at Carcavelos Secondary School, Cascais. STEM teachers from all over the country are invited to hand in their innovative best-practice teaching ideas for the event.

At the event, the selection of the Portuguese delegation for the European Science on Stage festival 2019 will be chosen.

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07.02.2019 nl

Dutch Science on Stage festival 2019

The next Dutch Science on Stage festival will take place on 7 February 2019 at the Utrecht University. STEM teachers from all over the country are invited to hand in their most innovative best practice teaching ideas from primary to secondary school. Teachers selected to take part in the national event get also the chance to qualify for the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais, Portugal.

You can apply from now on by filling in the form on our national website. In case of any

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15.02.2019 — 16.02.2019 gr

Greek Science on Stage festival 2019

From 15-16 February 2019 the Greek Science on Stage festival will take place at the Laboratory Center of Physical Sciences of Aigaleo, Athens. At the event the Greek STEM teacher delegation will be selected that will present the country at the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais, Portugal.

Find more information about the Greek event 2019 on the website of Science on Stage Greece: ekfeaigaleo.mysch.gr

01.03.2019 EU

Presentation in Vienna: Coding in STEM Education

What does a robot have to do with environmental protection? How do you remote control a model ship using a smartphone? How can you program a ‘pet’? IT is everywhere and coding offers many possibilities for exciting and relevant lessons.

Organised by Science on Stage Germany and with support from SAP SE, 23 teachers from seven European countries developed concrete examples and practical advice about how to acquire coding skills using microcontrollers such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi not

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