Science on Stage Finland

Science on Stage Finland spreads and promotes the best practice examples of Science on Stage in Finland. Every two years, Science on Stage Finland organizes a national selection process for Finnish representatives for Science on Stage festival.

Science on Stage Finland

To coordinate the Finnish activities, educational experts set up the National Steering Committee.

LUMA Centre Finland is a science education network of Finnish universities. Our aim is to inspire and motivate children and youth into mathematics, science and technology (STEM). Read more about us on our website. See also StarT website for our activities on project-based learning. You can also subscribe to  LUMA Newsletter (in English) and LUMA-uutiskirje (in Finnish) to get the recent updates.

The Finnish SonS team at the SonS festival in Prague, Czech Republic 2022

Maikku Aho and Teija Lauronen
Maikku Aho and Teija Lauronen from Forssa art school presented their best practice “Manufacture of drawing charcoal”.


Kirsi Rehunen and Nina Pakarinen
Kirsi Rehunen and Nina Pakarinen from Pre primary Taipalsaari Kirkonkylä school presented their best practice about experimenting with mirrors.


The Finnish SonS team at the SonS Festival in Cascais, Portugal 2019


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“Kalevala goes science” was among of top best educational practices in Europe. The festival jury awarded the teaching practice with a “highly commended” honorable mention. Teachers Johanna Eskelinen (left) and Päivi Mustalampi (right) represented the best practice.
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Aira Karassaari and Hanna Littow from Keminmaa Keskuskoulu introducing their best educational practice “Young people learning statistics”, in which students conducted research that combined statistics with languages and information and communication technologies.
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Jyväskylän normaalikoulu “Exercise, well-being and measuring course in teacher training school”. In the photo from left to right: Kirsti Koski, Hannu Moilanen ja Tom Nevanpää.
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Kalle Vähä-Heikkilä from Finland and Iveta Štefancínová from Slovakia presenting their good teaching practice “Physical properties of snow”.


National Steering Committee

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