Date: 11-15 September 2023
Venue: ESAC, Madrid, Spain – Hybrid format

The European Space Agency and the Galileo Teacher Training Program join hands again to bring cutting-edge training opportunities to all interested teachers.

In this course, dedicated to the theme The Unlimited Universe, we will present the greatest discoveries and advances in space sciences accomplished in 2022 and highlight the upcoming launches of space satellites in 2023.

The program will combine lectures given by experts with practical workshops to learn how to design student projects using scientific data obtained by world-class missions.

The sessions will be distributed into five modules:

  • Learning about ESA
  • Moons,
  • Searching for Life
  • The Unlimited Universe
  • Citizen Science for Education

The main goal of the course is to showcase Astrophysics and Space Sciences as an educational tool to engage and motivate the students as well as promote critical thinking and problem-solving abilities. The approach will be multidisciplinary, interactive and will foster discussion among the participants.

Who can apply?

The course is open to teachers of all grade levels and subject domains willing to dive into a real STEAM experience (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths). We believe that learning improves when students are embedded in interdisciplinary experiences and in environments that seamlessly integrate horizontal (across subject domains) and vertical (across different grade levels) articulation.

Participation in the course can be funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme.

Information about Fees & Funding will be announced soon.


Registration will be open soon!


Onsite:  European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), European Space Agency (ESA)
Camino Bajo del Castillo s/n
28692 Villanueva de la Cañada, Madrid, Spain



Faulkes Telescope Project
NSO – National Schools’ Observatory

In partnership with the European School Innovation Academy (ESIA).


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