This truly unique professional development programme for high school science teachers from South Asia is an international educational collaborative initiative by CERN, The International School of Geneva (Ecolint) and Life Lab Education and Research Foundation, hosted by the Royal University of Bhutan.
Designed and delivered by senior school educators and eminent CERN scientists, this training programme will empower teachers with 21st-century pedagogical knowledge and skills in interdisciplinary STEAM fields. For a review of the very first South Asia Science Education Programme, which took place in New Delhi, India in 2019, please have a look at the official video.
- Concept-based teaching and learning
- Project-based experiential learning
- STEM through the arts and movement
- Modern science in the classroom
- Developing a student-centred curriculum
- Enhancing interdisciplinary teaching and learning
- Incorporating social skills and character
- Integrating scientific pedagogical techniques in the classroom