REGULATIONS of the 6-th national festival „Science on stage-2016” HERE!
5400 Sevlievo, "Vasil Levski" High School
гр. Севлиево; Ул "Гладстон" 22
Директор: Тома Томев, тел. 0675/3 33 03
Зам.- директор: Теодора Конова, тел. 0675/3 57 14
us on FB HERE !
Apply now for the national pre-selection event 2018 for the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in in Cascais, Portugal, at the Estoril Congress Center. Biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and informatics teachers as well as primary school teachers are invited to hand in their most innovative teaching ideas by the 1 October 2018.
What should you do for your application:
1. Reed in details the Regulations for the festival.
2. Reed in details the CRITERIA FROM THE EUROPIAN ORGANIZING COMMETEE
3. Reed in details the Forms of presentation at the National and International Festivals
4. Fill in the Application form given in "Приложение № 1".
5. Fill in the Project Proposal form "Приложение № 2" in Vin Bulgarian.
6. Download both files (with the application form) at the respective button at the webpage not later than the first of October 2018.
The projects selected by the jury will be send in English to the International Organizing committee after the festival.
On the International event only teachers can present their projects on stands if selected.
Application criteria and jury
The teachers taking part in our festival are selected by the National Steering Committee in their country. Those teachers present their project in a stand in the fair.
SELECTION CRITERIA FROM THE EUROPIAN ORGANIZING COMMETEE FOR CLASSIFFYING THE PROJECTS
The ideal Science on Stage project
promotes students interest in science,
refers to everyday life,
has a sustainable effect,
is feasible in everyday school life and can be financed with reasonable expenses,
promotes inquiry-based learning.
Teachers who present additionally their projects in a workshop or on stage performance are selected by the international festival jury, which consists of science teachers, educators or representatives from ministries or universities. All board members of Science on Stage Europe are also involved.
The international jury will select at the festival the best projects awarded with the European STEM Teacher Award. In this selection process the recommendations for best projects of the Nationals Steering Committees are taken into account.
FORMS OF PRESENTATION AT THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS
All participants present their projects and experiments at stands in an exhibition. The fair is the main element of the festival. Students and children can participate.
Workshops (50 minutes)
Interactive hands-on sessions from teachers for teachers to work together to learn and practice new skills, develop activities or create resources.
On Stage Performances (20 minutes)
Participants hold plenary presentations, performances or experimental lectures on a stage.
Exhibition of public and private enterprises, organisations, foundations and publishers.
Opening ceremony, excursions, evening receptions and other events.
WHAT IS SCIENCE ON STAGE EUROPE?
The non-profit association Science on Stage Europe provides a European platform for science teachers to exchange teaching con¬cepts and to share ideas. Since its launch in 2000 Science on Stage has reached about 100.000 teachers and teacher trainers in 24 European countries and Canada. A network of national steering committees in these countries provides the interface to their science teaching communities. They organise national activities for teachers and select the teachers who repre¬sent each country at the European Science on Stage festivals.
The festival, hosted every two years in a different country, is the culmination of national events in the participating countries. Following the festivals the ideas are cascaded through¬out participating countries and participants have the opportunity to work together and develop their teaching skills.