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  • 03.03.2016 fi
    International Symposium on STEM Education (ISSE) 2016

    From 6-8 June 2016 the 6th International Symposium on STEM Education (ISSE) will take place in Lahti, Finland. The event is organized by LUMA Centre Finland and adresses STEM teachers from all educational levels, prospective teachers, teacher educators and researchers in STEM education. The symposium is based on plenary lectures, discussion sessions and some hands-on activities. Strongly recommended by Science on Stage Finland!

    More information and registration at latest on 22 May 2016 at www.luma.fi

  • 01.03.2016 se ch
    Take a Workshop to your Country: Sweden visits Switzerland

    On 8 June 2016 Anna Gunnarsson from Sweden will present a workshop at the Swiss event taking place at Haute école pédagogique Vaud. There will also be a presentation of the best experiments seen at the Science on Stage festival 2015 in London by the Swiss team.

    Read more about Science on Stage Switzerland.

  • 29.02.2016 ch se
    Lausanne: Workshop Science on Stage festival 2015 projects


    On 8 June 2016 Science on Stage Switzerland will organise a workshop presenting a selection of the best experiments from the Science on Stage festival 2015 in London including the projects of the Swiss national delegation team at the Haute école pédagogique Vaud.

    As representative of the Swedish delegate teachers Anna Gunnarsson with her project 'Playful Physics for the youngest' will take part and share her teaching concept with the participants.

    Further information on the workshop will be published on the website of Science on Stage Switzerland by early 2016: www.science-on-stage.ch

  • 29.02.2016 it gb
    Take a Workshop to your Country: Italy goes UK

    On 23-24 June 2016 Giovanni Pezzi from Italy will present a workshop "Using Smartphones in Physics Experiments" at Gloucester High School for Girls / Exeter University. There will be as well Alessio Bernadelli from UK presenting "Developing Science understanding through misconceptions".

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