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There are plenty of people around the world with the courage to try something new and turn ideas for a better future into reality. Here you’ll hear from our project cooperation partners, network members, and participants in addition to experts in fields that motivate us and make a difference in society.

Interview | Education | 4. May 2015
How education can succeed
A lesson is “good” when the students understood the materials, when they are excited, and when they can transfer the lessons to their day-to-day experiences and create a connection to their lives. Educational researcher Manfred Prenzel talks about successful learning.
Hintergrundbericht | Education | 19. January 2015
The man with science in his suitcase
Dieter Arnold instructs teachers around the world the principle of research-based learning. With creative ideas from the Experimento program, he encourages to break up traditional teaching methods, but also to look at the regional characteristics.
Hintergrundbericht | Education | 8. December 2014
Scientific Learning – traditionally and for the future
On a journey to Experimento in South Africa with Nathalie von Siemens: Since 2011 Siemens Stiftung along with many partners is implementing the international STEM education program there. Meanwhile about 270 teachers and more than 20,000 pupils are working with Experimento.
Interview | Education | 7. May 2014
Inquiring young minds – Experimento in Chile
Our teacher training programs in Latin America also reach the remote regions of Chile. Cristina Navarrete, primary school teacher in the Mapuche area, enthusiastically talks about her successes with Experimento in class.
Interview | Education | 27. March 2013
Experience it for yourself!
Experiments are only recently scheduled in the curriculum in South Africa. For the physics teacher Alfridah Bilankulu this meant hard work, because she had to work out the necessary content herself. An Experimento seminar helped her to do experimental lessons.
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