ESA Education develops several different activities to support the integration of the space topic in the classroom, at primary and secondary levels.
For teachers, ESA provides regular teacher training workshops at their facilities in ESTEC, the Netherlands, and in the e-Technology Lab, ESEC - Galaxia, in Belgium. The workshops are open to teachers from all ESA Member and Associate States.
|Date||Teacher training||Level||Application status||Deadline to submit applications|
|15–16 April 2019||ESA robotics and automation teacher workshops||Primary||Closed||11 March 2019|
|30–31 May 2019||ESA robotics and automation teacher workshops||Primary||Closed||21 March 2019|
|5–7 June 2019||ESA robotics and automation teacher workshops||Secondary||Closed||29 March 2019|
|13–14 June 2019||ESA robotics and automation teacher workshops||Primary||Closed||15 April 2019|
|19–21 June 2019||ESA robotics and automation teacher workshops||Secondary||Closed||15 April 2019|
|9–12 July 2019||ESA summer teacher workshop||Primary and Secondary||Closed||1 March 2019|
|3–6 October 2019||ESA autumn teacher workshop||Primary and Secondary||Closed||1 March 2019|
ESA also provides support for teachers at national level through the ESERO network. A key objective of ESA's ESERO project is to provide teacher training courses based on space-related resources adapted to the national curricula. This is achieved either by introducing ESA material to existing courses or by developing and delivering original courses including hands-on experiments. Such endeavours are performed in collaboration with appropriate national partners. When possible, the courses are officially accredited Continual Professional Development (CPD) courses.
For more information about teacher training courses and other activities in your country visit the webpage of your national ESERO.
Last update: 25 April 2019