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Visiting Hungary: Finnish-Hungarian joint project follows on Science on Stage festival 2015

From 13-16 October 2015 Kirsi Rehunen from the Päiväkoti Satulaiva Preschool Puuhiset in Finland visited Márta Gajdosné Szabó from the Kempelen Farkas Gimnázium Budapest in Hungary after both of them met at the Science on Stage festival 2015 in London. At her stay Kirsi Rehunen attended a nature and a chemistry lesson at the elementary school Baross Gábor as well as a chemistry lesson at the Kempelen Farkas Gimnàzium. Together with Márta Gajdosné Szabó and the Hungarian students she also visited the Oroszlány Mining Museum and the Mining Museum in Gant.

Both, Kirsi Rehunen and Márta Gajdosné Szabó, now plan to design a Finnish-Hungarian joint project: Whereas Kirsi Rehunen will create a worksheet for children at the age of 6 - 10 years, Márta Gajdosné Szabó will sketch a worksheet for students at secondary school. The common subject will be to interconnect topics like the childrens' environment (e.g. local mining), real labour conditions and places of economy (e.g. local factories) with superordinate issues like for e.g. recycling (nominal value of metals and the human invested efforts to have them). 

We are curious about the development of this project in the near future!


Science on Stage Turkey at the European Researchers’ Night 2015

Wonderful news from Turkey: The European Researchers' Night at the Ayd?n University in ?stanbul on 2 October 2015 was a big success with many young students attending, interested in STEM. Also Science on Stage Turkey took part and did a wonderful job in introducing Science on Stage Europe to the audience and in presenting some international projects from the Science on Stage festival 2015 in London. On top ?brahim Kasapo?lu from the Turkish national ?#SonS2015 delegation team gave an insight on his project 'Experimenter' in a robotic workshop - as you can tell by the pictures provided: with lots of fun! Thank you, Science on Stage Turkey for spreading the idea and spirit of our network.

All pictures © Nilgün Erentay

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