Resources

In this section you will find a host of resources for teaching IBSE. We’ve searched through many books, education packs and websites to find resources relevant for teaching in botanic gardens and other informal education settings. For each one we’ve prepared a short review and a link to the relevant website. We have also developed resources especially for the INQUIRE project. These are available to everyone participating in an INQUIRE course. To sign up for an INQUIRE course click here.

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  |   INQUIRE evaluation report

30/07/14  |  INQUIRE evaluation report

INQUIRE Course Feedback Reports

The INQUIRE Feedback Reports are available now. Illustrated with quotes from course attendees, the reports were drawn from interviews, questionnaires and evaluation sheets and bring out the strengths and shortfalls of the INQUIRE courses. They also shed light on how participants have changed their practices and the potential of Inquiry-Based Science Education to enhance learning.

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  |   INQUIRE report

27/06/14  |  INQUIRE report

INQUIRE Quality Management Report

This report summarises the qualitative evaluation of the INQUIRE courses, carried out by Partner’s Kings College London.

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  |   Conference proceedings

19/03/14  |  Conference proceedings

Conference Proceedings - Raising Standards through Inquiry: Professional Development in the Natural Environment.

The INQUIRE Conference was held at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in July of last year. The Conference Proceedings contain papers, posters and workshops which summarise, explain and discuss many aspects of the project.

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