Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers
NATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE

Teijo Koljonen
Counsellor of Education, Finnish National Board of Education
teijo.koljonen@oph.fi

Irma Hannula
PhD, main contact
irma.hannula@helsinki.fi

Outi Haatainen
StarT Project Manager, LUMA Centre Finland
info@start.luma.fi
Administration, LUMA Centre Finland
info@luma.fi

Science on Stage Finland

Science on Stage Finland fosters the European aspect of mathematics, science and technology education in Finland. It has played an active role since the beginning of the European initiative and has participated in almost every Science on Stage festival.

Science on Stage Finland spreads and promotes the best practice examples presented at the European festivals in Finland, through StarT programme. Every two years, Science on Stage Finland organizes, within the StarT programme, a national selection process for teachers to be chosen as Finnish participants for the European Science on Stage festival.

To coordinate the Finnish activities, educational experts set up the National Steering Committee.

Current news: Please follow LUMA.fi website and subscribe to Kansallinen LUMA-uutiskirje (in Finnish) or International LUMA Newsletter (in English). Please also follow StarT website and subscribe to StarT-uutiskirje (in Finnish) or StarT Newsletter (in English).

The Finnish SonS team at the SonS Festival in Cascais, Portugal 2019

The whole Finnish team. Top row from left to right: Kirsti Koski, Hannu Moilanen, Teijo Koljonen (Opetushallitus), Kalle Vähä-Heikkilä, Tom Nevanpää, Aira Karassaari, Anette Markula. Middle row: Irma Hannula, Anniina Vimpari, Hanna Littow, Kaisu Pöyskö, Johanna Eskelinen ja Päivi Mustalampi. In the bottom row are children from kindergarten Piilometsä.

“Kalevala goes science” was among of top best educational practices in Europe. The festival jury awarded the teaching practice with a “highly commended” honorable mention. Teachers Johanna Eskelinen (left) and Päivi Mustalampi (right) represented the best practice.

“Kalevala goes science” was among of top best educational practices in Europe. The festival jury awarded the teaching practice with a “highly commended” honorable mention. Teachers Johanna Eskelinen (left) and Päivi Mustalampi (right) represented the best practice.

“Kalevala goes science” was among of top best educational practices in Europe. The festival jury awarded the teaching practice with a “highly commended” honorable mention. Teachers Johanna Eskelinen (left) and Päivi Mustalampi (right) represented the best practice.

Jyväskylän normaalikoulu “Exercise, well-being and measuring course in teacher training school”. In the photo from left to right: Kirsti Koski, Hannu Moilanen ja Tom Nevanpää.

Kalle Vähä-Heikkilä from Finland and Iveta Štefancínová from Slovakia presenting their good teaching practice “Physical properties of snow”.

Mathematics, science and technology activities in Finland

Finnish MOOCs

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