Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

Prof. Dr. Marika Kapanadze
Science Education Research Centre SALiS / Ilia State University

Science on Stage Georgia

Science on Stage Georgia aims to encourage and motivate Georgian teachers from all regions over the country to collaborate, to share ideas and present their projects on stage, to discuss the new approaches for STEM teaching for improving their own practice. Science on Stage Georgia will promote the teachers’ professional development through cooperation on national and international level.

Every two years, Science on Stage Georgia will organise the national event for Georgian teachers. The festival will aim at supporting STEM teachers to present their best practice examples on national level. The best projects will be elected for participation in the European Science on Stage festivals.

Science on Stage Georgia will organise national conferences, workshops and teacher trainings. The materials from these events will be available online for all Georgian teachers in national language.

Georgia is a member of Science on Stage from November 2016. Science Education Research Centre SALiS at Ilia State University will be the official organiser of all events of Science on Stage in Georgia. The national steering committee will support all activities of Science on Stage in Georgia.


Georgian Science on Stage festival, 8 December 2018

On 8 December 2018 the Georgian Science on Stage festival will take place took place at Ilia State University, Tbilisi. At the event the Georgian teacher delegation for the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais, Portugal, will be chosen. Interested teachers are heartily invited to apply by 31 May 2018. For further information visit the official website of Science on Stage Georgia.

On 20 April 2018 there was also an information day for interested teachers at Ilia State University, Tbilisi. The event was recorded and can be watched on Youtube.

Science on Stage workshops in Georgia

On 28 September, on 2 and 5 October as well as on 11 November 2017 and 9 January 2018 Stage Georgia organised four Science on Stage workshops at Telavi State School N7 and at SALiS Laboratory, Ilia State University, Tbilisi.

Read the full reports on our blog.









Georgian Science on Stage STEM event