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Wednesday, January 6 • 10:15 - 11:00
Panel Debate: European science education post-Covid19 – impact and actions (additional panellists may be confirmed) LIVE RECORD

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This session is chaired by Hannah Russell ASE CEO. Additional countries have been invited and will be added accordingly.

European Science Associations come together to debate the impact and actions upon science education that have been experienced in 2020. The panel will discuss how science education has adapted to the global pandemic from a European perspective and, after introductions, each country representative will make an opening statement as to how their country has managed the impact of the pandemic and adapted.
Common strands/differences will be identified and prompt questions for debate. The audience will be encouraged to share their views via the Zoom CHAT function. It is hoped that the shared experiences may help everyone identify any novel or different ways in which people have adapted, that can be taken forward into 2021.


Christel Balck

Lecturer in Physics and Technology and Researcher in didactics of Natural Sciences and STEM, Odisee University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
I have a Masters degree in Physics from the Universitu of Antwerpen.I am a lecturer (and teacher trainer)  in Physics and Technology (level: professional bachelor of secondary school education) and Researcher in didactics of natural sciences and STEM (both at ODISEE University college... Read More →

Marie-Thérèse Lehoucq

UdPPC (French Science Assocation)

Alfio Carlo Russo

AIF (Italian Science Assocation)

Jan Jaap Wietsma

Representative of Dutch Science Association, NVON (Netherlands)

Wednesday January 6, 2021 10:15 - 11:00 GMT
Room 1
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