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Public Engagement in Science

24/11/14  |  London, UK

INQUIRE Practitioner Manual now available

This manual aims to critically examine the concepts and use of action research and reflective practice in enhancing professional practice using IBSE in both formal and informal settings.

30/01/14  |  London

New lesson to teach young people about fruits and their origins from the University of Oslo.

During this lesson, children will get to grips with fruits and vegetables and where they come from, through a range of activities from discussions to planting their own mini glasshouse.

05/12/13  |  London

An INQUIRE role play lesson on what it means to be a landscape architect: ‘A competition: Who can find the best tree for our avenue?’

During this lesson young people compete over a contract to plant an avenue of trees. This, not only, teaches them about plant science, but hones research skills, develops skills in working alone and collaborating and requires that they think about how best to present their findings.

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What is the biggest barrier to implementing IBSE in your practice?

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