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Open Night with Science on Stage Sweden in Stockholm

On 6 September 2018 Science on Stage Sweden organised an ‘Open Night’ at Anna Whitlocks Gymnasium in Stockholm to introduce interested STEM teachers to the Swedish network, its aims and activities.

Experienced Swedish teachers presented their most innovative science teaching projects in a fair and a mathematical genius gave an ‘on stage’ presentation that astounded the audience.

With Heidrun Boll, a primary school teacher from Bad Saulgau and Christoph Bauer, a secondary school teacher from Würzburg also two German educators were invited to join the event and present their Science on Stage festival projects to their Swedish colleagues in a workshop.

All pictures © Science on Stage Sweden


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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:


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)