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Science on Stage festival 2019

The 11th European Science on Stage festival took place from 31 October to 3 November 2019 in Cascais, Portugal, at the Estoril Congress Center. At the largest European educational fair for STEM teachers around 450 primary and secondary school teachers from over 30 countries came together to exchange best practice teaching concepts. They presented their most innovative ideas from teachers for teachers in a fair, in workshops, and performances. 

The festival was under the patronage of Mr Tibor Navracsics, Member of the European Commission, and is endorsed by the Portuguese Ministry of Education. 

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You can download the flyer with all information here.

Take a look behind the scenes of the Science on Stage festival 2019! 


The next festival will take place spring 2022 in Prague, Czech Republic. Find more information about this event here


Winners of the European STEM Teacher Award 2019

Portugal: "Educate to Innovate" by Honorata Pereira and Francisco Borges (Eptoliva, Oliveira do Hospital) in the category "Sustainable Development in Science

Germany: "We become insulation experts!" by Silke Puda and Ricarda Rustige (Grundschule Birth, Velbert) in the category "Science in Early Years"

France: "A mysterious cup" by Jean-Brice Meyer, (LP2I, Jaunay-Marigny) in the category "Low-Cost and Recycled Science"

Spain: "Low-cost astrobiology studies" by Maria Pilar Orozco and Juan Antonio Prieto Sánchez (Huerta de la Cruz school, Algeciras) in the category "Astronomy and Space Exploration in Science Education"

Greece: "Optical Tweezers: The Nobel Prize in Physics 2018 at your school" by Michalis Orfanakis and  Mikis Mylonakis (General Lyceum of Makri Gialos/Gymnasium of Koutsouras; IESL - FORTH, Heraklion) in the category "Digital Literacy and Science Education"

Ukraine: "Sensory integration in mathematics" by Olena Kovalova (Secondary school №8, Kramators) in the category "Inclusive Science"

Germany, Norway: "Let’s build a sustainable future – together!" by Ulrike Englert and Gerald Decelles III (Willibald-Gluck-Gymnasium; Skargerak International School) in the category "Joint Projects"

Highly commended projects

Guiding themes


Open Day for visitors

The jury

Festival venue

Supporters and organisers

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