INQUIRE EDUCATORS TRAINING DAY 23 October 2012

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SUE HUNT s.hunt@kew.org | 22/08/12 | LONDON

The training day will introduce IBSE and the move to deepen the onsite learning experience and engagement through less ‘sage and stage.’ It will discuss the relevance of the course to botanic gardens and other LOtC sites and provide ‘taster’ activities that reflect good IBSE practice and showcase the power of this learning approach.

Training Day Schedule 23 October 2012, Wakehurst Place

 09.45

 

Registration, Tea & Coffee

 

 

 

09.55

 

Welcome, housekeeping

 

 

 

10.00

 

Session 1 – Introduction to Inquiry Based Science Education (IBSE)

Why deliver using IBSE?

The importance of a good IBSE Question.

 

 

 

11.00

 

 

 

Session 2 True engagement and learning using IBSE

 A hands-on, in the garden session

Cartoon concepts outdoors

Garden ‘Challenges trails and hunts.’

Design your own Garden IBSE activity.

 

13.00

 

14.00

 

15:00

 

Lunch

 

Session 3 – Own Garden activity reflection

 

Session 4 – Running an Inquire course at your site

Introduction to the European Inquire CPD course.

Developing your own CPD programme - Is there an easy formula?

 

15.30

 

15:50

 

16:15

 

Tea and Coffee

 

Session 4You are a genius session

 

Close

 

To book onto the course go to http://www.bgen.org.uk/index.php/training 

To explore the opportunity to run this CPD course at your own site contact Gail Bromley, g.bromley@kew.org or Sue Hunt, s.hunt@kew.org 

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