Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

Professional development through teacher trainings

To spread best practice teaching concepts Europe-wide, the National Steering Committees of Science on Stage organise workshops in their countries. These are often based on festival projects, festival follow-up activities and international teacher projects.

The special programme "Take a workshop to your Country" focuses on past Science on Stage festivals. At each workshop two festival projects are presented - one from the home country and another from one of the other Science on Stage countries.

With its teacher trainings "from teachers for teachers" Science on Stage contributes to the continuous professional development of educators all across Europe. These workshops are usually organised by the National Steering Committee in their countries. 

This way Science on Stage contributes to the continuous professional development of educators all across Europe. The participation is for free. 

In 2019, our teachers have organised over 100 workshops throughout Europe. 

Some examples of past workshops:

Workshops 2019

France, 12 October 2019: Workshop based on 'Coding in STEM Education'

Italy, 5 - 6 September 2019: Workshop based on 'Coding in STEM Education' 

Poland, 15 May 2019: Workshop based on 'Coding in STEM Education'

Italy, 16 - 17 April 2019: Workshops based on 'Lilu's House: Language Skills through Experiments'

Finland, 12 April 2019: Workshop based on a Science on Stage 2017 project 'IKARUS' 

Ireland, 13 April 2019: Workshop based on 'Lilu's House: Language Skills through Experiments' at the Annual Conference of the Irish Science Teacher's Association

Take a Workshop to your country 2019

Italy, 30-31 March 2019: Cadoneghe, Exhibition Sperimentando

Workshops: 'The Tousi Couple: Persian Science, Italian Project' (Pietro Cerreta, Italy) and 'Models and activities on Astronomy' (Rosa M. Ros, Spain) 

Cyprus, 28 February 2019: Limassol, St. Paul & St. Peter High School

Workshop: 'Nemesis virus: the pandemic' (Georgios Villias, Greece)