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15/02/13  |  Bremen, Germany

INQUIRE for Teacher Students

At the University Bremen 21 teacher students and active teachers, botanists and science educator work together in a Community of Inquiry using the University-intern Biological Garden as a sparkling environment. Teacher students and teachers build five school teams working in developing special IBSE courses for pupils aged 10 to 13. Three guidelines frame the planning process: How do we promote the reflection on biodiversity loss and climate change? How do we promote IBSE learning? What do our pupils learn? The final meeting and certification of the course will be at March, 1st 2013 at the Institute of Biology Education.

24/01/13  |  London

INQUIRE conference

Join us for the INQUIRE conference: 'Raising standards through inquiry: Professional development in the Natural Environment' which will be held at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London, 9-10 July 2013. The conference is open to any practitioner or researcher who is interested in science education.

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Ik voel hier wel voor. Ik ben die dagen vrij en denk dat mijn Engels voldoende is om mijn mannetje te kunnen/durven staan. Wel is het misschien beter dat een jonger iemand dan ikzelf verslag zou uitbrengen over onze inspanningen en ervaringen tijdens de cursus. Ik houd me dus ter beschikking, maar dat is dan ook voorlopig alles.

by majobas | 01/02/13 09:03:02

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24/01/13  |  Alcalá de Henares, Spain

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