Our virtual events
We are organising more virtual events so that STEM teachers can network, exchange ideas and receive further trainings more easily across borders.
This way Science on Stage contributes to the continuous professional development of STEM-teachers across Europe and enhancing digital competences.
All our virtual events are of course for free.
With our practice-oriented webinars, STEM teachers can receive further training from home. All our speakers have participated in one of our festivals with a successful STEM project or have been involved in one of our international teacher projects!
In addition to insights into exciting projects, our webinars allow teachers to exchange ideas with like-minded peers from all over Europe. Also, they can present their own ideas and receive feedback.
Participation is free of cost. Interested? Find the upcoming events on this site or in our event calendar.
The upcoming webinars:
In autumn we will have the festival follow-up month, to present excellent teaching ideas from the last Science on Stage festival to you. On three Wednesdays in November we have organised great webinars for STEM teachers all over Europe. Participation is free of charge.
It's not magic, it's science you don't see (9th November 17:30)
Another installment from our popular webinar series, this time with an emphasis on chemistry.
Science through stories (16th November 17:30)
How to use storytelling in science education
Getting to know some of the award-winning projects (23rd November, exact time tbd, in connection with Act Now for the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Part 3; see below)
Have a look at some of the projects which convinced the international jury at the Science on Stage festival 2022, projects for primary and lower secondary students.
Webinars for the upcoming teaching materials about the Sustainable Development Goals in STEM Education (more information here)
Act Now for the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Part 1 (26th October 17:00)
Authors of the new publication present three units about different topics ranging from smart cities, experiments around CO2 and its effects and how we can use the Internet of Things to help protect our forest.
Act Now for the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Part 2 (3rd November 17:00)
Authors of the new publication present two units covering how students can use different methods to investigate climate change and how the topic of sustainable materials can be implemented in lessons.
Act Now for the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Part 3 (23rd November, exact time tbd, in connection with Getting to know some of the award-winning projects, see above)
Authors of the new publication present their unit about how younger students can learn about different aspects of sustainable food production and consumption.
Registration will open soon.