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  • 28.08.2020 eu
    New virtual events starting in September

    After a summer break we will continue with our practical webinars. Starting in September, STEM teachers can continue their training from home. The participation is free of charge. It starts with an exciting online seminar about the program "Explorify”. 

    Find more information here

  • 16.07.2020 eu
    Materials for outdoor classes

    When the weather is nice, teachers might consider to teach a class outside. We provide you here with an overview of our materials that are particularly suitable for this. 

    All publications shown here can be downloaded for free and cover a wide range of subjects and age groups. 

    http://www.science-on-stage.eu/materials-for-outdoor-classes


     

  • 03.06.2020 eu
    European Code League: The application deadline has been extended

    In times of school closures, teachers surely have developed innovative teaching ideas every day. Therefore, we have decided to give teachers more time to apply for the European Code League.

    In this international competition we invite STEM teachers and their students to get creative and present us their innovative coding projects for STEM lessons in primary and secondary schools

    The application deadline has been extended. The closing date for entries is now 1 December 2020.

    Find out more about the European Code League here! 

  • 02.06.2020 ie
    New resource by Science on Stage Ireland

    It is a pleasure to introduce this science teaching resource which presents demonstrations and teaching ideas prepared and selected by the Irish Science on Stage team that attended the European Science on Stage festival held in Estoril Congress Centre in Cascais, Portugal on the 31 October to 3 November 2019.

    Under the motto “Skills for the Future” 450 primary and secondary school teachers from 30 countries shared experiments and teaching ideas for science, technology and mathematics education at stands, in workshop and on stage over four days in Cascais.

    Find the resource here: www.scienceonstage.ie/resources/

    The Irish team has also made videos about different experiements that they have seen in Cascais. Find the videos here.

    Credit: Science on Stage 

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