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Join the Spanish network: Introductory courses in Algeciras, Jerez de la Frontera and Malaga

From 7-9 October 2016 the Spanish Science on Stage festival will take place at Escuela Politécnica Superior de Algeciras, Cádiz as the 17th edition of 'Ciencia an Acción'. In order to involve new teachers in the program Science on Stage Spain organised several introductory courses in the Spanish region Andalucia. By this new participants and visitors shall be motivated to join the event.

The first presentations took place in Algeciras on 9 and 7 February 2016 as well as in Jerez de la Frontera on 18 February 2016. The next introductory course will take place in Malaga on 31 March 2016. The speakers of theses courses are teachers who participated in previous editions of 'Ciencia an Acción' and Science on Stage. 

For further information get in direct contact with the Spanish NSC.

 

14.03.2016

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