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Science on Stage Serbia announces national festival at German-Serbian multi-congress

On February 4, Science on Stage Serbia took part in the Serbian Visions multi-congress organized by the German-Serbian Chamber of Industry and Commerce. This was the 6th edition of this event in Serbia, and representatives from Science on Stage Serbia had the honor of participating in a panel entitled Modern Tendencies in Education.

In front of a large audience of teachers, members of the SonS Serbia National Steering Committee, Nina Stojanović and Aleksandra Ikonov, presented the mission and vision of the Science on Stage network and introduced teachers to the open call requirements and criteria for SonS Serbia ambassadors. They highlighted the importance of establishing the Serbian branch of the Science on Stage network and expanding the multidisciplinary, creative and applicable STEM approach under the motto: from teachers, for teachers.

In addition, the attendees announced the first national SonS Serbia festival. The goal of the festival is to foster cooperation among the best and most creative STEM teachers, science enthusiasts who apply complex scientific principles and laws to real-life situations.

3 new SonS Serbia webinars – a blend of journalism, math, art and hydraulics

SonS Serbia invites teachers to follow SonS webinars every second and fourth week of the month, and learn about applicable, interesting and top-quality STEM ideas for successful projects that can be part of SonS science festivals.

Check out the creative blend of journalism, math, art and hydraulics on Thursday, February 25, at the next Science on Stage Serbia webinar which will focus on developing students’ critical and analytical thinking skills, scientific knowledge and enthusiasm for research.

Registration for the event is available here.


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Lilana Fernandes at the Maker Faire Rome 2020

Our ambassador Lilana Fernandes participatet at the Maker Faire Rome 2020 that took place in December 2020. With the help of collegues she presented the project"Braga through a Digital "lens".

She says about the presentation: "What a beautiful way to close a project and 3 years of intense and warmful collaborative work The Team thanks everyone that contributed to the success of this project, especially the Students. They developed an excellent work, sharing our culture and local history with colleagues around the world."

You can take a look at the project here:  ;



Greek delegates show their project in a online conference

The Greek teaching project "Oh that gravitiy" was presented online at the 11th Panhellenic Conference “Science in Early Childhood Education” (6th to 8th November 2020) organized by the University of Ioannina. It shows how preschool teachers can make the concept of gravity more understandable for kindergarten children. This project was also shown at the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais. 

In this conference the teachers Angeliki, Giannis and Evangelia shared useful methods, material and their classroom experiences.

Once again, SonS was the “bridge” so that science doesn’t get trapped in the school laboratory. A “bridge” that helps teachers to spread knowledge to younger and older students and teachers of different levels.


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Science on Stage wishes you a Merry Christmas

The year 2020 was extraordinary. As lots of initiatives, Science on Stage too was affected by the situation surrounding COVID-19. Nevertheless, we can look back on another successful year – thanks to our volunteers.

Through their hard work and efforts, we were able to offer new events and explore new possibilities. For example, we held numerous webinars and virtual meetings. This way teachers could network, exchange ideas across Europe and receive further training more easily from their home.

In 2021, we will continue to organise these digital events, thus expanding our activities in the long term. We are also preparing for the finale of the European Code League and our Sustainable Development Goals project

Science on Stage wishes you a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year 2021!



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