BETA 2017 Conference

22-25 June 2017

Anna Slavi  from Goethe-Institut Athen will present the s:fl project and its outcomes at the Bulgarian English Teachers’ Association 2017 Conference in Varna, Bulgaria.

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Project Closing Conference

16-17 June 2017

The project Closing Conference will take place at the Instituto Cervantes in Bucharest on 16- 17 June 2017.

The winners of the science fairs, foreign language and STEM Teachers’ associations, Teacher Training Centres and Education Ministries from all project countries and beyond will attend.

The results of the project will be presented and discussions will focus on how the School Future Labs methodology could be taught to more teachers through continuing education, and ultimately incorporated in the practice of a broader number of schools.

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Ireland International Conference on Education

24-27 April 2017

Anna Slavi and Ourania Gkikopoulou from the University of Athens, presented the s:fl project and its outcomes at the IICE 2017 Conference in Dublin (24-27 April 2017).

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9th World Conference on Educational Sciences

1-4 February 2017

The s:fl project and its outcomes were presented at the 9th World Conference on Educational Sciences in Nice, France.

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TTTNet Conference -“Innovative Science Education”

7-8 October 2016

The s:fl project and its outcomes were presented at the TTNet Conference “Innovative Science Education” in Verona, Italy.

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Athens Science Festival

In Spring 2016 and 2017 the project was presented at the Athens Science Festival (ASF). This festival is one the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece. The Athens Science Festival is jointly organised by the educational organization “Science Communication – SciCo”, the British Council, the Technopolis of the City of Athens, the Onassis Scholars’ Association and the General Secretariat for Research and Technology, in collaboration with a variety of academic, research and educational institutions. The Athens Science Festival exceeds 33,000 visitors every year. As a result, many people from schools, and other educational institutions showed great interest in the project.

National School-Fairs 2016-2017

 

Ellinogermaniki Agogi National School Fair 2016-2017

07/15/2016

Students at Ellinogermaniki Agogi (Greece) presented the results of their work at their school’s 2016-2017 School Fair.

Liceul Bilingv Miguel de Cervantes National School Fair 2016-2017

07/07/2016

Students at the Liceul Bilingv Miguel de Cervantes (Romania) presented the results of their work at their school’s 2016-2017 School Fair.

Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa nr 4 STO National School Fair 2016-2017

06/28/2016

Students at the Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa nr 4 (Poland) presented the results of their work at their school’s 2016-2017 School Fair.

49th Primary School Benito Juarez National School Fair 2016-2017

06/02/2016

Students at the 49th Primary School Benito Juarez (Bulgaria) presented the results of their work at their school’s 2016-2017 School Fair.

Uwekind International School – National School Fair 2016-2017

11 May 2016

Students at Uwekind International School (Bulgaria) presented the results of their work at their school’s 2016-2017 School Fair.

On- site visits to schools

Site visits to Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa nr 4 STO in Cracow, Poland

07/12/2015

The s:fl Project was being implemented in classes combining the teaching of Biology with the Spanish language.

The team of the Training Institute MSCDN visited the School on December 7, 2015. The team consisted of Ms. Ewa Orłowska and Ms. Ewa Piech

The Shumen University team (Assoc. Prof. Ivanka Kamburova-Milanova, PhD, Irina Ivanova, PhD) will visit the school in April 2016 and that of the University of Athens (Georgios Kalkanis, Dr. Rania Gkikopoulou ) in May 2016.

The team of the University of Shumen visits the schools in Romania

26/11/2015

In Romania, the s:fl project was being implemented combining the teaching of Physics with the German language.

The team consisted of Assoc. Prof. Ivanka Kamburova-Milanova, PhD, and Irina Ivanova, PhD.