Reference for the story-telling approach Listen Froese Klassen, C. (2013). "Stories" Created for Science Teaching: A Critical Analysis. In P. Heering, S. Klassen, & D.Metz, (Eds.).Flensburg Studies on the History and Philosophy of Science in Science Education, Vol. 2.Flensburg: Flensburg University Press (in press). Hadzigeorgiou, Y [...] through Stories and Informal Learning Environments. In P. Heering, S. Klassen, & D. Metz, (Eds.). Flensburg Studies on the History and Philosophy of Science in Science Education, Vol. 2 . Flensburg: Flensburg
We are thrilled to present you in our final celebration countdown box a message to EUS on the future of the EU and 'Europe after the pandemic' from Prof. Dr. Ulrike Guérot. Prof. Guérot has been a regular guest with the M.A. European Studies here at Europa-Universität Flensburg throughout the past FIFTEEN years! ULRIKE GUÉROT 'Europe after the pandemic' Your browser does not seem to support the video tag. You can download the video file in the h.264 format using this URL: We are now
Study visit to Brussels From May 21 till May 25 2018, EUS students had an excellent opportunity to explore European Union not only in theory, but also in practice. For three days students visited different institutions and committees in Brussels, as well as had a chance to examine this vibrant city. M.A. European Studies (EUS): Study visit to Brussels YouTube direct link
Study visit to Brussels From May 20 to 2019, EUS students had the opportunity to go to Brussels and visit the EU institutions and NATO. Through visits to the Commission, Parliament, Council, Ombudsman and the German Representation in NATO, our students could further their knowledge and see how European politics and policy-making work in practice.
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Mendeleev and the Periodic System Listen It was July 12, 1849 in Tobolsk, Siberia. Excitedly, the fifteen-year-old Dmitri Mendeleev clutched his high-school graduation certificate. As he studied the document together with his proud mother, Maria, he no-ticed a discrepancy: it read, "Age: 16 years old." His mother nodded, knowingly: "Yes, the regulations do not allow anyone to graduate before age 16, so, rather than holding you back, they changed it—it was my suggestion." Dmitri smiled, "It will allow me to enter university earlier, as well." Dmitri