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Inspiring Science Education Conference 2016

By e-EPS. Published on 26 January 2016 in:
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The Inspiring Science Education Academy 2016 [ISE] is specifically designed for teaching professionals in STEM disciplines and consists of several courses. The main objectives of all ISE courses are to introduce teachers to implementing Inquiry Based Science Education (IBSE). Teachers and education professionals will be trained in transferring the concept of scientific methodology into the classroom and linking it with the numerous collections of open digital educational resources to design innovative educational scenarios.

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Inspiring Science Education Academy 2016

By Lamprini Kolovou. Published on 26 January 2016 in:
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The Inspiring Science Education Academy 2016 [ISE] is specifically designed for teaching professionals in STEM disciplines and consists of several courses. The main objectives of all ISE courses are to introduce teachers to implementing Inquiry Based Science Education (IBSE). Teachers and education professionals will be trained in transferring the concept of scientific methodology into the classroom and linking it with the numerous collections of open digital educational resources to design innovative educational scenarios.

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Following in Eratosthenes’ footsteps

By Angelos Lazoudis, Eugenia Kypriotis. Published on 25 September 2014 in:
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An ancient experiment in schools around the world!
The Eratosthenes Experiment, organized by Ellinogermaniki Agogi’s [EA] Research and Development Department, on Friday 21 March 2014, in Athens Greece, on the occasion of the previous day’s equinox, received an overwhelming response, as 350 schools from 37 countries participated in this celebration of science and education, calculating the circumference of the Earth by using eLearning educational tools and simple instruments…

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‘The Antikythera Mechanism’ at ECHO PHYSICS

By Ian Randall. Published on 18 October 2011 in:
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The ‘The Antikythera mechanism – an astronomical and calendrical computer’ exhibition will be showing for two months this year at the European Centre for History of Physics (ECHO PHYSICS), Poellau Castle, Austria.

The exhibit focusses on the mechanical parts discovered by Greek divers, off of the coast of Antikythera, in the wreck of an ancient Roman Ship, in 1900. The so-called ‘Antikythera mechanism’, which has been dated to 100 BC, is believed to be the oldest known scientific calculator, used to calculate astronomical positions…

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Greek-German academy celebrates 50th anniversary

By Ian Randall. Published on 18 July 2011 in:
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The Greek-German academy, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Ellinogermaniki Agogi, a private establishment, based in Pallini, Greece, which covers all stages of education from nursery to senior high school, is well known for its innovative efforts in the teaching of science.

The next milestone in this celebratory year will be their hosting of the next EDEN Open Classroom Conference, entitled ‘Never Waste a Crisis! – Inclusive Excellence, Innovative Technologies and Transformed Schools as Autonomous Learning Organisations’, on 27-29 October.

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13th European Solar Physics Meeting

By Ian Randall. Published on 10 June 2011 in:
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The 13th European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM-13) will take place at Ixia, Rhodes between 12-16 September this year. The event, which is being held within the Rodos Palace Convention Resort, has been declared a Europhysics Conference by the European Physical Society.

ESPM-13 will play host to a discussion of the following topics: chromospheric and coronal heating; emergence and evolution of magnetic flux in the solar atmosphere; origin and properties of the solar wind; the science of…

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