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#SonS19 in Padua, Italy

Every beginning holds its own magic. For the first time, a Science on Stage festival took place in Italy! 

From 30 to 31 March, Science on Stage Italy organized a range of workshops for interested teachers on coding (Marco Nicolini), astronomy (Maria Rosa Ros from Spain), natural sciences (Monica Zanella) and mathematical machines (Pietro Cerreta). 

Additionally, the eleven Italian delegates for the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais, Portugal, presented their projects with great success.

The national Science on Stage Festival was part of the school's "Sperimentando" festival, during which students presented their STEM projects to other students and interested parties.

The delegates look forward to a reunion at the European Science on Stage festival from 31 October to 3 November in Cascais, Portugal!

Report by Monica Zanella 

02.05.2019

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The Netherlands: Science on Stage at the TEMI Congress

On 16 April Marco Nicolini, participant in the iStage projects and Andrea van Bruggen-van der Lugt from Science on Stage Netherlands represented the Science on Stage network and its activities at the TEMI Congress (Teaching Enquiry with Mysteries Incorporated) in Leiden. The event addressed up to 200 European secondary school teachers and stakeholders of STEM initiatives.

Ireland meets Belgium: Playful Science in Brussels

On 24 October 2015 the Belgian Science on Stage event ‘Playful Science’ took place in Brussels. On-site STEM teachers from all over the country presented their ideas for innovative science teaching. Also some guests from Ireland were invited to take part in the event: Paul Nugent, Co-Chair of Science on Stage Ireland and David Keenahan presented a series of entertaining experiments on physics. All in context of inquiry based learning their physics demonstrations offered an enthralling tool for engaging students in active science learning. Learn more at: www.scienceonstage.ie

04.12.2015

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