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Georgian teachers share their experiences from the European festival

On the 21st of December, 2019 Science on Stage Georgia has organised the information day about the National Science on Stage Festival, which will happen in autumn 2020. Furthermore they conducted a physics workshop at SALiS laboratory at the Ilia State University in Tbilisi. About 60 science teachers attended the information session, about 25 the workshop.

The workshop was held by Keti Tatishvili, Nino Abesadze, Lali Mgeladze and Vazha Tetunashvili, who participated in the European Science on Stage Festival in Cascais. They shared their experiences from the international festival with the participants and presented different projects they've learned in Cascais.

The next Science on Stage workshop is planned for March.

Science on Stage Serbia organized their workshop

On Friday, January 17, ICE’s Center for Professional Development and Science on Stage Serbia organized the first in a series of STEM workshops about the important topic "waste". The speaker was Ivan Anić, professor at the Information Technology School and an ICE member and associate. 

The tasks presented at the workshop showed the numerous teachers in attendance how to connect STEM subjects in an interesting fashion and implement problem-solving teaching. The teachers  took the roles of students and tried to use STEM to solve waste-related problems.The research tasks required the teachers to actively use digital tools and apps, critically assess their resources, and apply skills from all STEM areas. After the workshop, the speaker performed an evaluation with his colleagues and showed them how they can do this using the Mentimeter IT tool. 

After the first workshop, ICE will organize STEM workshops each month with interesting topics and problem-solving tasks. The colleagues who display the highest level of enthusiasm will have the opportunity to become official Science on Stage ambassadors, and participate in Brainfinity – Collaborative Problem Solving Challenge, an ICE-organized competition for all primary school students in Serbia attending years 5 through 8, who wish to test their creative problem-solving skills and win valuable prizes. The teachers who reach the finals with their team will also win a prize – a free one-year membership at the Institute for Contemporary Education.

Find more information on this event here


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The ASE Conference

From 8 to 11 January 2020 the ASE Annual Conference brought together the best speakers, practitioners and exhibitors all in one place. And Science on Stage Europe was right in the middle of it all. The majority of the UK SonS19 team took part. 

The 8th was the International Day, part of which featured the presentaton by David Featonby: “Science on Stage Europe: What we can offer”. Furthermore the Science on Stage UK delegation presented numerous sessions and workshop throughout the conference, including a "Best of Science on Stage 2019", where they showed some of the best science teachng ideas they have seen or presented at the European Science on Stage festival 2019! Other workshops were "The wonder of Spinning Tops", a teachers' pop up session as well as a "Teach Meet" session. 

Over 2000 teachers attended the conference, so Science on Stage UK did an big impact. 



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Welcome Science on Stage Serbia

Our Science on Stage Family is growing. We proudly welcome Science on Stage Serbia as our newest member! 

The representatives of Science on Stage Serbia are the Institute for Contemporary Education and Savremena primary and secondary schools, located in Belgrade. 

We are looking forward to working with you! 

Learn more about Science on Stage Serbia here


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