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02/10/14  |  INQUIRE report

INQUIRE Final Publishable Report

This Final Publishable Report provides some general notions about the development of the INQUIRE Project. Coordinated by University of Innsbruck and supported by BGCI and King’s College London, it involved 17 partners (botanic gardens, museums and universities) in 11 countries. It was aimed at reinvigorating inquiry-based science education (IBSE) in formal and non-formal contexts through the development of teacher training courses. 

Designed to reflect how students actually learn, IBSE it is seen as key to developing their scientific literacy, enhancing their understanding of scientific concepts and heightening their appreciation of how science works. The content of the courses was focused on biodiversity loss and climate change which are recognised to be the major global issues of the 21st Century. 


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