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Science on Stage teacher now among top 100 UK scientists

Science on Stage teacher Richard Spencer is now among the UK's top 100 scientists: He participated in several Science on Stage festivals and in the development for science teaching materials with Science on Stage Germany.?

Richard published the iStage unit called "Brer Rabbit, Rare Rabbit" together with Philipp Gebhardt. He is also part of Science on Stage Germany's sequel iStage 2 - Smartphones in Science Teaching. We're proud to have such committed experts! Congratulations!

The Northern Echo: Teacher is named as one of UK's top 100 scientists

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24.01.2014

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Video Science on Stage festival 2013

Have a look at our festival film of the Science on Stage festival 2013 last April in Slubice - Frankfurt (Oder): 346 science teachers from all over Europe and Canada came together to share their best-practice teaching ideas at stands, in workshops and on stage with their international colleagues. Find even more videos at www.youtube.com/ScienceonStageEurope.

               

05.12.2013

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Science on Stage Canada carried out into the world

In a row with Bill Gates, Al Gore or Jane Goodall in the past, Johanne Patry of Science on Stage Canada has presented a talk at this year's TEDx-conference in Montréal. TEDx is famous for bringing together thinkers of today giving them a chance to present their ideas for society on stage. 

                

As if this hadn't been enough, Johanne Patry has also been interviewed for La Presse, one of the biggest francophone newspapers in Canada. There she stresses the importance of the exchange among teachers via Science on Stage. It was not just taking, it was also giving something back, which is motivating for everyday life. Read the full article (in French) at La Presse online.

04.12.2013

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How to build your own Smartphone-microscope

This is an amazing idea how to build your own microscope based on a smartphone, a lens and a flashlight with your students! Simple and cheap if you possess a smartphone and the results are truly impressive. Find a step-by-step construction manual on instructables.com.


 

20.11.2013

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