REGULATIONS of the 6-th national festival „Science on stage-2016” HERE!
| NATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE "SCIENCE ON STAGE 5"
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION IN BULGARIA
"VASSIL LEVSKI" HIGH SCHOOL
WITH THE SUPPORT AND CO-OPERATION OF:
| UNION OF PHYSICISTS IN BULGARIA
MATHEMATICIANS UNION IN BULGARIA
UNION OF CHEMISTS IN BULGARIA
UNION OF BIOLOGISTS IN BULGARIA
UNION OF SCIENTISTS IN BULGARIA
NATIONAL SCHOOL ECO-PARLIAMENT
CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEARNING, SOFIA
5400 Sevlievo, "Vasil Levski" High School
Director: Toma Tomev, tel: 067533303
Deputy director: Ivanka Toteva, tel: 067535714
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The National Steering Committee (HERE!) with the participation of representatives of the Unions of Physicists, Chemists, Biologists and Mathematicians in Bulgaria and the Ministry of Education and Science organize the 6-th National "Science on Stage" Festival. It will be held from the 28-th to 30-th of October 2016. For a fifth consecutive time its host will be the town of Sevlievo. The event will take place in "Vassil Levski" High School and for its organization a Local Steering Committee is elected. (HERE!)
The sixth edition of the National "Science on Stage" Festival is a selection event for the teachers, who repre¬sent each country at the European Science on Stage festivals which will be held from the 29-th of June to the 2-nd of July in in Debrecen, Hungary.
Participants in the International Festival will be determined at the national festivals of countries that have a competitive nature.
The ultimate goal of Science on Stage is to improve science teaching thereby promoting a more scientifically literate population, and encouraging more schoolchildren to consider a career in science or engineering.
To improve the quality of teaching by enabling science teachers to exchange teaching concepts and experience inspiring and enthusing science teachers informing teachers about wider scientific research.
The main objective of the program "Science on Stage" is to raise the level of teaching science, which leads to a better scientifically educated society and directs more young people to careers in science, engineering and technology disciplines.
350 primary and secondary school teachers from 27 European countries, including Bulgaria, will have the opportunity to present their ideas and projects on stands, workshops, presentations and performances on stage that would allow teachers to show that physics, chemistry, biology and math can be interesting and useful.
The condition for this is that they are presented in an accessible and original way and to reveal possibilities and perspectives that science provides.
All projects represent inquiry-based learning approaches.
Science for the Youngest
Projects for pre-school and primary school children.
Science and our Environment
Projects which use science to explore envi¬ronmental, health and sustainability issues.
ICT in Science Education
Projects which use information and commu¬nication technologies in the classroom.
Projects which address socio-economic, gender and cultural inequalities.
Cooperation for Science Teaching
Projects developed in cooperation with schools, the industry or universities.
Projects which are simple and can be adapted by everyone.
Projects developed in cooperation between teachers from different countries, one of whom at least participated in a previous fes¬tival