Deutsches Museum (http://www.deutsches-museum.de/) has extensive experience in providing professional development for science teachers. As a long-established training facility, the Kerschensteiner Kolleg of Deutsches Museum has 35 years of experience in the training of teachers in science and technology, and trains approximately 500 teachers per year.
Through this initiative, secondary life science teachers visit the Deutsches Museum for two days to attend lectures and engage in hands-on learning opportunities through laboratory workshops.
Access the national page of the initiative on the Deutsches Museum website.
For participating to a training session at the Deutsches Museum or if you have any question concerning the programme in Germany, please contact:
phone number: +49.(0)89.2179.545
|Founded 1903 by Oskar von Miller, the Deutsches Museum is today one of the biggest museums devoted to technology and natural sciences in the world with 73.000 square meters of exhibition space, 52 departments and about 1.4 million visitors per year. The unique collection of exhibits on display is supplemented by interactive experiments and multi-media systems. A large library and extended archives as well as a research institute for the history of technology and sciences and the Kerschensteiner Kolleg for the advanced training of teachers and students also belong to the Deutsches Museum. The museum is permanently looking for innovative ways to communicate science and technology to its visitors.|