Science on Stage Germany is one of 30 member countries in the European network of Science on Stage Europe. As an umbrella organisation, Science on Stage Europe coordinates and connects the member countries’ activities for the promotion of STEM education across borders.
Science on Stage Europe reaches up to 100,000 STEM teachers (extrapolation by country representatives in 2011). Science on Stage Germany benefits from this for the personal exchange with colleagues from abroad plays a cruical role in all international acitvities of the network: At the European Science on Stage festival teacher delegations of all member countries meet every two years at Europe's biggest educational event from STEM teachers for STEM teachers. The ideas of the festivals are afterwards spread Europe-wide through teaching materials, teacher trainings, travel scholarships and workshops.
Further information: www.science-on-stage.eu
From 3-4 March 2016 the International Summit on the Teaching Profession (ISTP) took place in Berlin under the main theme 'Teachers’ professional learning and development. Creating the conditions to achieve quality teaching for excellent learning outcomes'. The ISTP 2016 was organised by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany (KMK), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation andDevelopment (OECD) and the Education International (EI).
Science on Stage took part in the ISTP 2016. Learn more about our statements and positions on the current eduactional discourse here.The European Pact for Youth
Science on Stage is Supporting Organisation of the European Pact for Youth. Initiated by CSR Europe, the pact brings together representatives of economy, education, youth and European institutions. The aim is to establish new business-eductian partnerships to support youth employability and inclusion.