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Webinar for Georgian science teachers

In times of social distancing, teachers do not have to abstain from international cooperation and further training. This is also proven by Science on Stage Georgia. On 21.05.2020 they hosted a webinar for Georgian science teachers. It was organized in cooperation with the Science Education Research Centre SALiS, the Copernicus Science Centre and the School with Class Foundation from Poland. 

Science on Stage Georgia Steering Committee member and biology teacher, Dr. Natia Bagatrishvili, held the event, whose topic was "Students inquiry during distance teaching". More than 30 science teachers from all over Georgia attended the webinar. 

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.

Tbilisi: Georgian Science on Stage festival 2018

The Georgian Science on Stage festival 2018 took place on 8 December 2018 in Tbilisi at Ilia State University. It was the first national event in Georgia. 25 STEM teachers presented their ideas and more than 100 teachers from different regions of the country visited the festival as well as the Deputy Minister of the Georgian Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, Mrs Irina Abuladze. 

At the event the three projects with four Science teachers were selected to represent Georgia at the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais, Portugal.

Pictures © Science on Stage Georgia / Ilia State University Tbilisi

Georgia: #SonS2017 follow-up workshop in Tbilisi

On 9 January 2018 Science on Stage Georgia organised a workshop for STEM teachers at SALiS center at Ilia State University in Tbilisi. This was the second workshop from Nino Saakashvili and Tamar Doborjginidze following-up on their participation at the European Science on Stage festival 2017 in Debrecen, Hungary. In the workshop they shared their experience and impressions from the festival. The participants of the workshop were teachers from different cities of Georgia, also student teachers of Ilia State University.

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