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MASE in partnership with the Malta Council for Science and Technology, is organizing a series of sessions to discuss the past, current and future of science education in Malta. The first session is to be held at the MCST Building, Villa Bighi, Kalkara on Wednesday the 25th May at 6pm.

 

During this first session, Mr. Charles Sammut will share his vast experience in science education with those present, touching on best practices and sharing his view on the current situation of science education in Malta.

 

After this sharing of experience, a presentation by the team from St Ignatius College, Handaq who has won the MASE Distinguished, Science Teaching Award will follow.

 

The programme for the evening is as follows:

6.00 pm - Introduction

6.10 pm - Sharing of experience and best practices by Mr. Charles Sammut.

6.45 pm - Presentation by the team who won the MASE Distinguished science teaching award.

7.15 pm - Presentation of prizes by LEVO, MASE and LUFTHANSA

7.30 pm - Refreshments (Wine and nibbles)

 

Here is some information on the guest speaker for this first session:

Mr. C. Sammut was trained at St Michael’s College of Education – a full-time residential course in 1968-70 with Science as one of his special fields of study. Then, he taught Science and Physics at various schools including Technical School Naxxar; Liceo Vassalli tal-Handaq; Rabat boys secondary school and St Theresa Junior Lyceum for girls, where he served as Teacher and later on as Subject Coordinator. He spent a total of 34 years of teaching, 22 of which at St Theresa Junior Lyceum. Following that, he was promoted to Education Officer (non-state schools), a post which he occupied for 6 years, before he retired in 2010. He was awarded a Diploma in Education (Administration and Management) with distinction in 1999 following a two year course at the UOM and also had some experience abroad. He has been attached for 15 days at Daventry William Parker School in Northamptonshire UK and for a week at Alva Academy in Clackmannanshire, Scotland in 1996.

 

Attendance to the first session is strictly by registration and is free of charge. Kindly send an email to MASE to register on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  by not later than Monday 23rd May.

 

 
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