The European Network of Science Communication Teachers (ENSCOT) was established in early 2000, with the support of European Union funding. In this early developmental phase, ENSCOT comprises six active centres (or in EU terminology, six nodes), covering five Member States of the EU.   Such a make-up  allows  us  to  draw  on  a  wide  range  of  experience  and  materials  relating  to  the  teaching  of science communication and to the issues surrounding the public understanding of science.

Our aim is to provide a unique European dimension to the issues we cover, tailoring our approach to respond  to  what  we  perceive  as  an  increasing  interest  throughout  the  EU  in  teaching  science communication.
 

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The European Network of Science Communication Teachers (ENSCOT)

Steve Miller   University College, University of London

Melanie Smallman   University College, University of London

Jon Turney   University College, University of London

Chris Stokes   University College, University of London

Baudouin Jurdant   Universite Denis Diderot – Paris 7

Elsa Poupardin – Universite Denis Diderot – Paris 7

The European Network of Science Communication Teachers (ENSCOT) was established in early 2000, with the support of European Union funding. In this early developmental phase, ENSCOT comprises six active centres (or in EU terminology, six nodes), covering five Member States of the EU.   Such a make-up  allows  us  to  draw  on  a  wide  range  of  experience  and  materials  relating  to  the  teaching  of science communication and to the issues surrounding the public understanding of science.

Our aim is to provide a unique European dimension to the issues we cover, tailoring our approach to respond  to  what  we  perceive  as  an  increasing  interest  throughout  the  EU  in  teaching  science communication.
 

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