Eugenides Foundation

The Eugenides Foundation The Eugenides Foundation is an independent, non-profit foundation, which was established in 1956 More »

The Deutsches Museum Bonn

The Deutsches Museum Bonn The Deutsches Museum Bonn is an offshoot of the world-famous Deutsches More »

KGSD – KGS Donatusschule – CITY OF BONN

Donatusschule The Donatusschule is a primary school in Bonn with 225 pupils. We teach kids More »

Gränsskolan School – Haparanda Kommun

Gränsskolan School – Haparanda Kommun Haparanda is as far east as you can go in More »

SCIOX- Science Oxford

Science Oxford Science Oxford is based in Oxford in the UK and has been working More »

CNAM – Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers – Musée des arts et métiers

The Musée des Arts et Métiers         Established in 1794, under the More »


Experimentarium Experimentarium is a science communication centre with the main objective to promote the interest More »

Techmania Science Center

Techmania Science Center (originally The Regional Technical museum) was established by The ŠKODA HOLDING joint-stock More »

NEMO – National Centre for Science and Technology Foundation

Science Centre NEMO NEMO is the largest science centre in the Netherlands; an educational attraction More »

Teknikens Hus

  Science and technology in real world applications is a cornerstone in the approach of More »

Fondazione Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci

The National Museum of Science and Technology “Leonardo da Vinci” The National Museum of Science More »

Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem

The Bloomfield Science Museum The Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem is a leading informal cultural and educational More »


ICASE – International Council of Associations for Science Education

International Council of Associations for Science Education

ICASE, as an International, non-profit making, non-Governmental organisation (linking associations, centres, societies and institutes around the world), promotes Science and Technology Education (and its sub-divisions) at the primary and secondary levels. The ICASE aim is to promote excellence in science and technology education for all children and youth throughout the world; provide a means of communication among individual science teacher organisations; and foster cooperative efforts to improve science education. While its mission is to coordinate, enact and disseminate research, collaboration and resources to enhance the impact of science and technology education, its vision is that by providing leadership in global excellence, the world can progress with both efficiency and relevant, meaningfully acquired, science and technology education thus raising every student’s experiences and outcomes.


Dr Jack Holbrook
Past President, ICASE
Visiting Professor in Science Education , University of Tartu, Estonia
International Education Consultant for Curriculum, Assessment, Teacher Education