Past Training Events

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All ESEA training activities are specifically designed for teaching professionals in STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). The common objectives of ESEA training activities are to introduce teachers to implementing inquire based science education, as well as resource based and project-based teaching approaches.
In 2016 the following training activities are planned:

Astronomy Adventures
ISE Academy 2016
ISE Academy 2016

~ OCTOBER 2016 ~

The European Space Agency (SA) together with the Galileo Teacher Training Programme (GTTP) are organizing an unique workshop for teachers. Participants at this workshop will have the chance to explore innovative ways to use space science and astronomy in the classroom to engage students in the sciences.

~ JULY 2016 ~

The ISE Academy will familiarize STEM teachers with a unique collection of open digital educational resources, and train them to link them with innovative pedagogical practices, such as using real world learning activities, implementing resource based and project-based approaches, in order to design educational scenarios by repurposing existing eLearning tools.

~ JULY 2016 ~

The training consists conferences and hands-on workshops on subjects related to Astronomy, with particular emphasis on Inquiry-led teaching activities and scientific projects that can be pursued in schools. The programme also includes a full day at Teide Observatory, in which the participants will visit one of the Solar Towers, the Optical Ground Station, IAC-80 and Carlos Sánchez telescopes, and the instalations of the QUIJOTE experiment.





The European Science Education Academy (ESEA) is a common effort of the European Physical Society, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, NUCLIO, and the Cardiff University to support the modernization and continuous development of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education and training. ESEA provides numerous training activities, tools and resources that will enable teachers in STEM to maximize their efforts in the design of inquiry based learning activities as well as to create motivating and engaging lessons that inspire young pupils and students to take up a career in STEM.
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