ESA E-Technology Laboratory Primary & Secondary Teacher Workshops
Various Dates
Primary Level

What to expect (Primary)
The e-technology lab workshops use a range of educational technology tools (including but not limited to LEGO education, Raspberry Pi and Arduino) within the context of space to enable participating teachers to engage and inspire their students in STEM subjects. Teachers will also learn how to use these educational tools to participate in ESA classroom projects with their students. Selected teachers will receive further information on the content of the workshop that will be delivered.

What to expect (Secondary)
During the 2.5 day workshops, teachers will learn how to use space robotics and automation (Arduino) in the context of curricular subjects such as physics and technology and will discover and master new tools, and inquiry-based practices for STEM teaching and learning at school.

Selected teachers should arrange their travel from their departure point in an ESA Member State, Canada, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, or Malta, to the training course’s location and back to their original departure point. ESA will cover travel expenses up to a maximum of 300€ per teacher. After the event, ESA will reimburse these expenses to the teacher’s bank account upon producing valid, original receipts.

For the duration of the workshop, accommodation, catering, and local transportation will be organised, booked, and paid for by ESA’s Education Office. Teachers will be sharing hotel rooms.

Teachers are responsible for their arrangements for passports, visas, and any additional insurance required.

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