Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

Anders Florén
Enskilda Gymnasiet, Stockholm

Anders Blomqvist
House of Science, Stockholm, Sweden

Science on Stage Sweden

Science on Stage Sweden offers a platform for Swedish teachers who are willing to share their work on a European level and are keen to take part in a network of teachers from 25 European countries. International teachers are always welcome in Sweden to present their teaching projects in teacher trainings to Swedish teachers.

Science on Stage Sweden was established in 2005 and is organised within Vetenskapens Hus, a collaboration between The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Stockholm University to promote STEM subjects by hands-on activities for students. The Swedish national steering committee (NSC) consists of both teachers from schools and scientists from Vetenskapens Hus.

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Application for the Science on Stage festival 2019

Swedish teachers were asked to hand in their teaching ideas for the Science on Stage festival 2019 as written application by 31 January 2019. The application process is now closed.

Science on Stage Sweden - Open Night 2018

On 6 September 2018 Science on Stage Sweden invited STEM teachers from primary to secondary school to come to the Anna Whitlocks Gymnasium in Stockholm. Within the frame of an 'Open Night' the Swedish Science on Stage team presented posters and project exhibitions from previous Swedish festival delegates, and offered workshops on selected projects from Sweden and other countries. 

Heidrun Boll from Germany presented her projects for primary school (Strong as a Bear, and Language Skills from Experiments). 

Christoph Bauer from Germany presented a bee-keeping project for secondary school (the eHive project)

There was also information about the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais with details about how to apply for a place at the next Swedish STEM teacher delegation to represent the country at Portugal (see information above).

Learn more on our blog.

Teacher training on Chromatography, Stockholm

Teacher training on iStage 3, Stockholm

Lecture on 'How Deep Is Your Blue?' at SETT 2015

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Workshop about Smartphones in chemistry classes: 'How Deep Is Your Blue?' - Science on Stage Sweden at the 'Matte/Nv-biennette'