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Ireland meets Belgium: Playful Science in Brussels

On 24 October 2015 the Belgian Science on Stage event ‘Playful Science’ took place in Brussels. On-site STEM teachers from all over the country presented their ideas for innovative science teaching. Also some guests from Ireland were invited to take part in the event: Paul Nugent, Co-Chair of Science on Stage Ireland and David Keenahan presented a series of entertaining experiments on physics. All in context of inquiry based learning their physics demonstrations offered an enthralling tool for engaging students in active science learning. Learn more at: www.scienceonstage.ie

04.12.2015

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The Department of Physics Education of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague invited Panagiotis Lazos from Greece to present the workshop 'Recording tracks with light. Applications of phosphorescence in mechanics'. This workshop was initially presented at the Science on Stage festival 2015 in London.

The presentation took place on Tuesday 27 October 2015. The audience consisted of students of the department and secondary school physics teachers.

The same day a demonstration of experiments took place in the private school ARCUS following an invitation by the principal of the school. The experiments were presented at two classes. 

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UK visiting Italy: Science on Stage workshop in South Tyrol

At the invitation of Monica Zanella from Science on Stage Italy, David Featonby from Science on Stage UK took a workshop to a group of teachers in South Tyrol on 19. October. 20 teachers gathered for a full day of training at 'Schloss Rechtenthal' a conference centre at Tramin. David Featonby startet with the workshop 'What Happens Next?', which involved everyone in some hard thinking. After a short break he gave a seminar on 'Colour Vision Deficiency' - an important issue that has been neglected in many schools across Europe. Also the teachers were interested to hear about Science on Stage, about the ways in which they could get involved and the different activities which Science on Stage promotes. With 'Spinning Tops' and 'Fantastic Feats' the event was finished with two further extraordinary workshops.

As a result the teachers taking part were enthralled by the workshops and about discovering different kinds of approaches to teach science at school. The teachers slipped into student' s shoes and experienced science from another point of view. On the whole, this interactive conference was a great success!

Hungary: iStage 2 workshop at IT-conference in Budapest

From 20-21 October a conference on the use of new digital media in public education was held in Budapest. The event was supported amongst others by the Institute of Education Research and Development, Microsoft Hungary and Modern School. Also Márta Gajdosné-Szabó from Science on Stage Hungary and four of her students took part and presented the workshop 'How deep is your blue' based on the brochure 'iStage 2 - Smartphones in Science Teaching'. A big success, as you can tell by the pictures!

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