Teacher training on Inquiry-Based Science Education - 2012
In the context of the Pathway project, FutureLearning is organising a series of courses and workshops dedicated on inquiry-based science education (IBSE). All events consist of a mixture between methodological sessions, practical exercises, discussions and reflections.
- July 9-13, 2012, Course for primary school teachers "Innovating science in the classroom:learning by inquiry", Rosa Sensat Summer School 2012, Barcelona
- July 9 -13, 2012, Course "Innovating the methodology: Teaching Experimental Sciences through inquiry (IBSE)", CEFIRE, Valencia
- July 2-5, 2012 Course "Teaching science by inquiry at the ESO", Col.legi Licenciats Summer School 2012, Barcelona
- May 25, 2012, Workshop "Innovating the methodology: teaching experimental sciences through inquiry", XVI Days of the Curie, AEFiQ, Pinos (Alicante)
- March 21 - April 25, 2012, Course "Innovating the methodology: science teaching based on experimental investigation", ICE, Barcelona
Wikis as tools for learning and socio-cultural development - Barcelona, January 23, 2012
Within the WikiSkills European project, partners organize a series of conferences in the different project countries, aside the partners internal working sessions. Each national event intends to inform about the existence of this great opportunity to empower wiki-culture.
These events act as forums among scientists, educational practitioners, wikipedians and profesionals linked to Web 2.0, to share good practices around the use of wiki environments in educational settings. The aim of the events is to promote the use of wiki as a powerful tool in the current educational society, as well as to develop and consolidate a sustainable community of practice.
Games and Creativity in Education and Training - Rome, November 17-18, 2011
GACET’11 was a refereed scientific conference acting as a forum for scientists, teachers / trainers, and practitioners to present their latest research, results, ideas and developments on games and learning. The focus was on the use of educational games in creative teaching methodologies. The conference was organized by two projects funded by the European Commission (Lifelong Learning Programme), ProActive — Fostering Teachers’ Creativity through Game-Based Learning, and T3 — Teaching Teach Technology.