The Nobel Prize Teacher Summit is an international event for teachers held by Nobel Prize Museum. The initiative builds on the ability of the Nobel Prize to inspire people to seek out knowledge and to ask questions.
What can teachers do to counter climate change and rising inequality? How can science, equality and education be the driving force for a sustainable future? Registration now open!
Teachers travelling from abroad to attend a Nobel Prize Teacher Summit can often take part in a four-day extended programme with school visits, workshops and a customized tour of the city of the current event.
Who can attend the summit and what is the purpose of the event? Get your questions straight in this FAQ.
Climate change affects us all, and the way we address climate change in the educational system will have a major impact on future generations. How to teach about climate change in a constructive way?
A world without ignorance and racism starts in school, therefore we choose this year's theme to be Teach, Love and Understanding.
The first Nobel Prize Teacher Summit gathered 350 teachers from 15 countries in Stockholm. Discussions focused on the role of science in school, teacher development and the unifying force of humanism.