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iStage 3 and European STEM League: Presentation in Lyon

On 29 June 2016 Jean-Luc Richter from France presented the new Science on Stage brochure 'iStage 3 - Football in Science Teaching' as well as the European STEM League project at the Institut Français de l'Éducation in Lyon (ENS Lyon). He gave an insight on the development process of the international teacher project 'iStage 3' and presented the single teaching units to the participants. The lecture was also followed online via an internet live feed. The presentation can be found at the webpage of the Institut Français de l’Education as online ressource for all French science teachers in time. 

13.07.2016

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General Assembly 2016 in Debrecen

From 15-16 June the annual General Assembly of Science on Stage Europe took place in beautiful Debrecen in Hungary. 39 representatives from 24 countries came together to report on their national activities and to think about new projects. Besides this, the main focus was on the Science on Stage festival 2017. Everyone was excited to finally visit the festival venue -  and everyone was impressed. We are really looking forward to get the festival started in this great location Kölscey Convention Center in Debrecen! Moreover, we were pleased to welcome four new countries within our network: Iceland, Latvia, Norway and Ukraine. Find out more about your Science on Stage country here.

You can find more pictures of our meeting at http://bit.ly/28Ms9mH.

Switzerland: Participants from the festival 2015 present their projects to interested teachers

On 8 June 2016 Science on Stage Switzerland held a half day workshop, hosted by the Haute école pédagogique Vaud in Lausanne. The aim of this workshop was to share with interested teachers the experiences of the teams participating in the European Science on Stage festival 2015 in London.

Swiss delegates presented a selection of the best festival projects as well as their own contribution to the festival. The main speaker of the workshop was teacher Anna Gunnarsson, member of the Swedish delegation. She presented her project « Adventurous science in stories and experiments » and shared her teaching concept with the participants. To gain the interest of children for science she starts by telling a tale, e.g. about Berta the dragon or Tunda and Triton, the bat and the salamander, which include scientific notions and the stories always end with intersting experiments around daily objects. The afternoon ended with a fair and stands presenting the experiments of the Swiss teams.

More photos on the website of Science on Stage Switzerland: http://www.naturalsciences.ch/organisations/science_stage_switzerland

  

Images from left to right: Anna Gunnarsson; Julien Rochat and his model illustrating the natural water-cycle; Thierry Dias, winner European Science Teacher Awared 2015 (all photos by S. Corpateux)

French Science on Stage festival 2016

On 19 May the French Science on Stage festival 2016 took place at Le Creusot ALTO. It was a buzzing event: Around twenty-four creative teaching projects for primary and secondary schools were shown at an educational fair as well as some student projects from the IUT (University Institut of Technology at the University of Burgundy). Teachers from eight academies in France and 258 pupils from primary school presented their scientific projects. With Liliana Fernandes from Science On Stage Portugal aswell as Philippe Delsalte and Francis Moreau from Science On Stage Belgium also three STEM teachers from the European Science on Stage network took part in the French event.

'The French delegation is now ready for the European Science on Stage festival 2017 in Debrecen - and we are looking forward to meet our European colleagues' says Ouadi Beya, head of Science on Stage France.

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