Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers


  • 19.05.2020 eu
    Our digital meetings and webinars

    All across the world social distancing, school closures and the transformation to more digital education change the way teachers work.

    We want to offer you the possibility to stay at home and at the same time be inspired as well as exchange ideas with like-minded colleagues.

    After successful events in May and June, Science on Stage will be back with more webinars after the summer break.

    Subscribe for our newsletter to keep informed about upcoming online events: 

    Past virtual events:

    26 May 2020: Webinar: Experimenting Online-Tools and Resources Part I (16:00-17:00 CET)
    27 May 2020: Webinar: Primary school resources from the Primary Science Teaching Trust (16:00-17:00 CET)
    2 June 2020: Webinar: Experimenting Online-Tools and Resources Part II (16:00-17:00 CET)
    3 June 2020: Science on Stage Teachmeet for Primary Teachers (16:00-17:30 CET)
    4 June 2020: Slow motion and time lapse activities with smartphones and action cams for students (16:00-17:00 CET)

  • 15.05.2020 it
    Science on Stage Italy’s new homepage

    Our friends of Science on Stage Italy have new homepage with the most important information around their organizsation. They've put a lot of effort into it and it was worth it: It looks great!

  • 22.04.2020 it
    Online workshop on smartphones and tablets

    Even in times of school closures our teachers offer workshops - just online.

    For example Giovanni Pezzi, NSC of Science on Stage Italy. Together with the SMART AIF working group, he held a workshop on "Smartphones and Tablets in the classroom".

    You can find a video of the course here. (Italian) 

    Science on Stage Europe offers a teaching material on using smartphones for STEM education. You can download the material here for free. 

  • 25.03.2020 de
    An overview of digital teaching materials

    Due to school closures, teachers, parents as well as students are in an unusual and also difficult situation. Science on Stage offers an overview of free teaching materials. All of these are well suited for an online course or lessons at home.

    You can find the list here:

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