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Science Goes to School

Teaching Materials for the Science Curriculum

The Ernst Schering Foundation wants to help school students gain a better understanding of nature, make them see connections, and foster their skills and competences. Drawing on its experience in science education, the Foundation uses new methods to introduce young adults to current research topics and strengthen their interest in the natural sciences. Through developing and making available materials for the science curriculum, the Ernst Schering Foundation aims to promote exciting science classes, which teach children and youth the key facts and at the same time inspire them to ask questions and develop their own solutions and approaches.

In cooperation with competent partners from science and pedagogy, the Ernst Schering Foundation has so far published teaching materials on three thematic areas:

“Understanding Stem Cells: A conference for the classroom” published in May 2017, grade 10 and up, in cooperation with the German Stem Cell Network

“Water – The Many Faces of a Substance,” published in 2009, for grades 5 and 6, in cooperation with the Institute of Chemistry Education at the University of Duisburg-Essen

“My Body and I on a Trip Around the World,” published in 2006, for grades 5 and 6, in cooperation with the Institute of Chemistry Education at the University of Duisburg-Essen


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