Science On Stage - Deutschland

The European Network For Science Teachers

Helga Fenz

Helga Fenz

Robert-Havemann-Gymnasium Berlin biology, chemistry helgafenz[at]aol.com

Helga Fenz is a teacher for biology and chemistry as well as head of the department for natural sciences at the Robert-Havemann-Gymnasium Berlin. She absolved her apprenticeship at the college of education in Güstrow. Via her commitment for the Gläsernes Labor in Berlin-Buch she came to Science on Stage in 2010. Since that time she strengthens the special field biology in the network. Currently she operates as main coordinator at the project ‚Teachers + Scientists‘. Since 2015 she is a member of the board of Science on Stage Germany.

 

 

What does being a teacher mean to you?

As a teacher you do have the possibility to work with young people. It is great to give them an understanding for new things and to watch them comprehend. It is exciting to enthuse them about natural sciences!

 

What to you think about Science on Stage - in 3 words?

Great opportunities of exchange – Active networking in Germany as well as in Europe – Getting to know inspiring teaching ideas

 

Why participate?

To participate in Science on Stage is wortwhile to everyone who is interested in new teaching ideas, who wants to exchange with colleagues and pass on inspiring teaching concepts to others. 

 

 

Commitment at Science on Stage:

Contact person for German Science on Stage teacher trainings, main coordinator ‚Teachers + Scientists‘, member of the panel at German Science on Stage festivals since 2010, member of the BackStageTeam 2013-2015, since 2015 member of the board of Science on Stage Germany

 

Further:

Gläsernes Labor, Chair of the office VBio Landesverband Berlin-Brandenburg 


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