Science on Stage Switzerland

Science on Stage aims to promote science and give ideas to be used in the classroom, bringing together teachers from all levels of education, from primary school to high school.

Presentation

Science on Stage Switzerland is an association which tries to promote science education, primarily by selecting and sending Swiss teachers to the festival organized by Science on Stage Europe.

The European festival takes place every two years in a different European city, and lasts 3 days. Some 450 science teachers from 34 countries gather to exchange ideas for teaching biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics and physics. Each participant has a stand in a large "market" (Fair) where they present a personal experiment, an educational activity or a project. Of course participants visit the Fair, but also participate in workshops, seminars, conferences and scientific events.

Participation in the European festival is rewarding both professionally and personally : 79 % of participants have incorporated ideas seen at the festival in their education and 69 % of participants recognize the motivation which they have gained and the pleasure in their teaching.

  • Events

2020
Nov 14
Festival national Science on Stage Switzerland 2020
  • Science on Stage Switzerland
  • Celebration / Festival
  • Winterthur

Swiss Festival 2020

The Swiss national selection will take place on Saturday 14 November 2020 at Technorama in Winterthur. The four selected teams will go to Prague for the European festival in 2022.
2022
Mar 24
2022
Mar 27
SonSEU_Banner_Festival2022
  • Science on Stage Europe e.V.
  • Celebration / Festival
  • Exhibition
  • Workshop
  • 00 Praha 9-Vysočany

Science on Stage Festival 2022

The 12th European Science on Stage festival will take place from 24-27 March 2022 in Prague, Czech Republic.

Contact

SCNAT
Science on Stage Switzerland
House of Academies
PO Box
3001 Bern
Switzerland


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Science On Stage Europe

…is a network of and for science and technology teachers of all school levels

…provides a European platform for the exchange of teaching ideas

…highlights the importance of science and technology at school and among the public

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