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Teaching Material of the Month: Under Pressure - The Physics of the Football

The whole of Europe is in a football fever and this of course includes teachers and students. One of the teaching units, ‘Under Pressure’, is about the ball and the impact of the air in it. By doing experiments, students determine how to measure the weight of the air inside the ball and how the pressure inside the ball influences its bounce on the ground. The material is taken from the brochure 'iStage 3 - Football in Science Teaching' and can be downloaded here:

>> www.science-on-stage.de/iStage3_Under_Pressure

Presentation iStage 3

Brussels: Release of 'iStage 3 - Football in Science Teaching'

On 2 June 2016 Science on Stage presented the new teaching brochure 'iStage 3 - Football in Science Teaching' in Brussels. 20 teachers from 15 countries have developed teaching material where questions and experiments about football can be employed in order to provoke  the students interrest for STEM. The ideas of the brochure will now be spread via teacher trainings all across Europe. Find further information about the event at:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/Press_release_iStage3
'iStage 3' presents in twelve teaching units interesting experiments around football for biology, chemistry, computer sciences, maths and physics: From the measurement of the mass of the air inside the ball, to the influence of energy drinks on the performance of the players up to calculating the chance of scoring during a penalty shoot-out. The material can now be ordered or downloaded free of charge at:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/iStage3

Stay informed: Follow us on Twitter! #iStage3

Take part now: European STEM League

Football in Science Teaching: This is what the new brochure 'iStage 3' is all about. Science on Stage now invites STEM teachers from all over Europe to take part in the 'European STEM League', to implement the teaching ideas of the brochure into their classes and share the results with colleagues and schools across borders. Show us how you and your students get creative and become STEM-Champions! Learn more at:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/STEMleague

Follow us on Twitter! #EuropeanSTEMLeague

Apply now: Science on Stage festival 2017

Under the motto 'Inventing the Future of Science Education' the next European Science on Stage festival will take place from 29 June – 2 July 2017 in Debrecen, Hungary. Around 350 educators from over 25 countries will come together to exchange innovative teaching concepts. Primary and secondary school teachers from all across Europe are invited to apply. Please, follow the relevant links below.

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/festival2017

For further information about the application, please contact your national Science on Stage team:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/countries

These national festival dates are confirmed:

>> Science on Stage Latvia: 10 September 2016 in Jelgava
>> Science on Stage Poland: 16-17 September 2016 in Poznań
>> Science on Stage Slovenia: 27-29 September 2016 in Ljubljana
>> Science on Stage Czech Republic: 30 September 2016 in Liberec
>> Science on Stage Spain: 7-9 October 2016 in Cádiz
>> Science on Stage Hungary: 7-9 October 2016 in Debrecen
>> Science on Stage Belgium: 22 October 2016 in Brussels
>> Science on Stage Bulgaria: 28-30 October 2016 in Sevlievo
>> Science on Stage Greece: 11-12 November 2016 in Athens
>> Science on Stage Cyprus: 12 November 2016 in Nicosia
>> Science on Stage Switzerland: 12 November 2016 in Winterthur
>> Science on Stage Germany: 18-20 November 2016 in Berlin

Please hand in a written application in these countries:

>> Science on Stage Sweden: 29 September 2016
>> Science on Stage United Kingdom: 12 October 2016
>> Science on Stage Austria: 30 October 2016
>> Science on Stage Denmark: 30 October 2016
>> Science on Stage Italy: 30 October 2016
>> Science on Stage Norway: 1 November 2016

Follow us on Twitter #SonS2017

Take a workshop to your country: Italy goes UK 

On 23-24 June 2016 Giovanni Pezzi from Italy will present a workshop 'Using Smartphones in Physics Experiments' at Gloucester High School for Girls, Exeter University. Alessio Bernadelli from UK presents the project 'Developing Science understanding through misconceptions'. Both teachers took part in the European Science on Stage festival 2015:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/Take_a_workshop_Italy_UK

Do you also want to continue the exchange with an international colleague you met at the festival? We will support you! Apply for a travel grant now:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/Travel_Scholarships_&_Joint-Projects

News from our blog: French and Portuguese Science on Stage festival 2016

This month we report on the French Science on Stage festival that took place on 19 May 2016 at Le Creusot ALTO with Liliana Fernandes from Portugal as well as Philippe Delsalte and Francis Moreau from Belgium presenting their projects from the European festival 2015 in London to their French colleagues. In Portugal, Heidrun Boll from Germany visited the Portuguese Science on Stage festival in Lisbon on 30 April 2016 and gave a workshop on teaching astronomy 'simply paper made'. Find the full reports on our blog:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/blog

Recommendations: StarT project and Teachers’ Climate Change Forum

LUMA Centre Finland, host of Science on Stage Finland, invites STEM teachers from all across Europe to become a member of the international StarT learning community that focuses on schools and kindergartens as collaborative learning environment and to join the Teachers’ Climate Change Forum. Learn more at:

>> www.luma.fi/StarT
>> www.luma.fi/Teachers_Climate_Change_Forum

Main supporter

Science on Stage Europe is mainly supported by the Federation of German Employers' Associations in the Metal and Electrical Engineering Industries (GESAMTMETALL) with its initiative think ING.

Further supporter: 
F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG

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