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iStage 3 - Pitch Perfect

Teaching Material of the Month: The impact of coloured light on plant growth

Roots and leaves of football turf are suffering a lot during a match. That is why it is vital to encourage the rapid recovery of the damaged grass: For example by using artificial light. In ‘Pitch Perfect’ students examine in their biology lessons the impact of the wavelength of light on the rate of photosynthesis and the plant growth. The material is taken from the brochure 'iStage 3 - Football in Science Teaching' and can be downloaded here:

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

This and other teaching units of the brochure 'iStage 3' are available in Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Polish and Spanish.

Apply by 31 May 2017: European STEM League

Let football play a major role in your science teaching. 'iStage 3' will get you started. Science on Stage 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! Find out more at:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/STEMleague

Teachers from these countries are already taking part: Czech Republic, Germany,  Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy,  Portugal,  Romania, Serbia, Spain,  Turkey,  Ukraine and  United Kingdom.

Follow us on Twitter! #EuropeanSTEMLeague The brochure 'iStage 3 - Football in Science Teaching' is available in CzechEnglish, FrenchGerman, Hungarian, Polish and Spanish.

Basel: German teachers take a workshop to Switzerland

On 18 March 2017 the Life Sciences Symposium takes place at Gymnasium Bäumlihof in Basel. Also two Science on Stage teacher teams will participate: Dr Sacha Glardon and Thomas Scheuber from Switzerland present the workshop 'All Banana and colourful Carrots'. Johannes Almer, Thomas Gerl and Ernst Hollweck from Germany are taking the workshops 'Energy from Yeast' and 'Who murdered Sir Ernest?' to their neighbouring country. Learn more about the event at:

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

SonSUK and SonSHU at RDS Event in Ireland

News from our blog: United Kingdom and Hungary visit Ireland

From 18-20 January 2017 the RDS Primary Science Fair took place in Limerick, Ireland. David Featonby from Science on Stage UK and Fanni Vitkoczi from Hungary were invited speakers. Together they presented the workshop 'What Happens Next?' to students, primary school teachers and parents. Read the full report here:

>> www.science-on-stage.eu/blog

LUMA Centre Finland

Recommendation: International LUMA Summer Camp in Finland

Make this summer a summer of science for your students and encourage them to join the International LUMA Summer Camp in Finland 2017! Students between 16 and 19 years of age who are interested in natural sciences, mathematics and technology are welcome to apply by 13 March 2017. Learn more about the camps at the webpage of the LUMA Centre Finland, host of Science on Stage Finland:

>> www.luma.fi

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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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