ESIA Summer Schools 2020
Join us for this year’s European School Innovation Academy’s Summer Schools in Greece!
Have a look at our courses:
Learn about the OSOS Open Schooling approach and make prepare your school to innovate! Lear how to assess existing learning methods and material in your school, abandon those which fail or are too costly, learn lessons, and disseminate and reproduce the successful ones on a larger scale.
Learn about creative science inquiry! Participants in this summer school will learn how to implement innovative approaches such as Learning Science Though Theater, Puppetry and Learning through Art in the primary school settings.
Explore how to introduce groundbreaking discoveries in your classroom. Let your students performing virtual visits to CERN or VIRGO, analyze real experimental data and interact with world leading scientists. FRONTIERS is helping you to bring Nobel Prize Physics to the classroom!
Go-Lab introduces use of online virtual experiments and remote laboratories as well as to the concept of inquiry-based science teaching. Learn how to create Inquiry Learngin Spaces that will excite your students in learning about science!
iMuSciCA is an interdisciplinary experience that encourages STEAM pedagogy through ICT. The solution supports mastery of core academic content on STEM subjects while developing students’ creativity and deeper learning.
Apply the PLATON methodology, and get your inspiration from high quality activities on Arctic research and Astronomy for both: primary and secondary education. Find out about the STEAM teaching approach and all of its components!
SpaceEU gives teachers ideas and guidelines on identifying opportunities of space related themes in their science curriculum. Engage in hands-on workshops to apply interdisciplinary learning. Find out about the benefits of the ‘science as a whole’ approach!
Join us and learn how to use storytelling in the science classroom! Understand the enormous potential of storytelling to support the development of students’ inquiry skills and help them gain initial scientific experience while at the same time enable to them to use the potential of the imagination and creativity.
Do you believe that Art is the missing component for STEM? GSO4SCHOOL proposes an innovative method to motivate school students and teachers to participate in interdisciplinary science-and-arts initiatives! Join us to find out more…