Science on Stage Europe
Science on Stage Europe provides a European platform for science teachers to exchange teaching concepts. Science on Stage reaches ca. 100,000 teachers and teacher trainers across 26 European countries and Canada. A network of National Steering Committees in these countries provides the interface to their national science teaching communities.
Every two years Science on Stage Europe organizes Europe’s biggest science teaching festival, where teachers from all over Europe exchange their projects. All over Europe these projects find their way into classrooms through teacher training or teaching materials.
Participants have been chosen through competitive national events: my project on the teaching of the old calculators won twice the Italian competition, being then represented in 2013 in Slubice (Poland) and in 2015 in London. It was the only project that was ever twice at Science on Stage Europe.
Poland 2013: the stand
The Polish television made me an interview, entitled "Unplugged calculators: making a bridge between past and future", where I showed my program.
Poland 2013: the set
Poland 2013: the interview online
London 2015: the stand
London 2015: visitors
London 2015: teachers from all the world
Nicola Marras 2013 - 2015
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