Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

Blog

Blog entries tagged with news remove filter

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

 

Picture: Science on Stage Serbia 

10.12.2019

Tagged with:
science on stage serbia (1)
news (3)

Recommend:

Explain chemistry with Berta: Plush Dragon fascinates primary school pupils

Anna Gunnarsson from Sweden and her plush dragon Berta were among 350 science teachers at the Science on Stage festival 2013. "I want to show other teachers how much fun chemistry is for children in kindergarten and primary school and how chemistry can be imparted early on”, she stated before the festival. 

A selection of Gunnarsson's experiments for the youngest can now be found in the current issue of 'Science in School'

With the assistance of Berta the dragon, Gunnarsson takes children aged 4-8 away into a world full of simple, nontoxic and safe experiments. It is utterly important for her that children are not only allowed to watch experiments, but actually do them themselves and capture their observations.

The project shows that even the youngest can really comprehend what osmosis, emulsions and acids are. To be able to show which experiments are best suitable for teaching and how children have most fun to make new discoveries in chemistry, Gunnarsson brought a bag full of examples for her international colleagues to the festival.

09.04.2014

Tagged with:
science on stage (16)
news (3)
festival 2013 (2)

Recommend:

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

Picture reproduced by permission of © The Northern Echo
24.01.2014

Tagged with:
uk (1)
science on stage (16)
news (3)

Recommend: