TEMI teams up with CERN education
The team from Sheffield Hallam University have, for the second year running, delivered a workshop to over 45 teachers at the CERN International Teacher’s Programme, recently held in Geneva on 19th July. A bespoke TEMI activity entitled the Mysterious Atom has been refined through piloting with more teachers over the last 12 months. This well established international science teacher event has enabled further dissemination of the project, the TEMI philosophy and methodology to a European and International audience. This partnership work directly links the Teaching the TEMI Way concept to a world leading scientific centre of excellence and supports the personal and professional development of presenters concerning CERN and developments in particle physics. The TEMI materials are now published on the CERN document server.