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What is the perfect curve of a ball’s trajectory, what must the ideal turf be like, and what’s the CO2 balance of the UEFA European Championship?Lantern Moon: What is the role of genes in our body? Primary students do research!
Why do people have different coloured eyes, hair or skin? Why do some people get less ill than others? Josef Penninger is a geneticist and does research on how genes work as command headquarters of the cells and which effects…Lantern Moon and Hot Ears - Promoting language skills in primary school with science
Promoting language skills in primary school through inquiry-based learning with biographies
Inquiry-based learning with biographies makes the promotion of language skills in primary school possible in a special way. The pupils experience the connection between science and language. Reading,…iStage 2: Smartphones in Science Teaching
Smartphones are by now a fundamental piece of our everyday life. Especially young people are using the new technology quite naturally. That also is a big chance for STEM classes. 20 teachers from 14 European countries worked out eleven teaching…iStage: Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Science teaching
Simulations for environmental technologies, bioinformatics or mechanics: The teaching material iStage - ICT in science teaching shows how to connect information and communication technologies (ICT) with science education.Teaching Science in Europe 3: STEM for the youngest, non-formal education initiatives and moderation of learning
For this publication, 55 pedagogues of 12 European countries came together to discuss current concepts and materials for science teaching. In this publication of 2010, they present their findings “from teachers for teachers”. The brochure contains contributions and teaching materials…Teaching Science in Europe 2: Science for the youngest, interdisciplinary teaching and self-evaluation
For this publication, 100 pedagogues of 20 European countries came together to discuss current concepts and materials for science teaching. In this publication of 2006, they present their findings “from teachers for teachers”. The brochure contains contributions and teaching materials…Teaching Science in Europe: Interdisciplinary teaching, the role of the experiment and astronomy in the classroom
“From teachers for teachers”, 40 pedagogues of 15 European countries came together to discuss current concepts and materials for science teaching. In this publication of 2006, they present their findings. The publication contains contributions and teaching materials to the topics:…Winning Hearts and Minds in Science Teaching: STEM-experiments and teaching concepts from all over Europe
This publication resulted out of the seventh Science on Stage Festival 2011 in Copenhagen. Selected examples of the displayed projects are described and explained. Teachers can easily adopt the findings of the international exchange into their own classes.Lantern Moon: Doing research on wind turbines in primary school with simple experiments
How do people, animals and objects get inside the TV and how do remote-controlled cars work? Since childhood technics were of tremendous interest to Mona Goudarzi. Today she is a mechanical engineer. In ‘Lantern Moon and Hot Ears’ she…1 2 3 > Letzte »