Svein Sjøberg, Professor in Science Education, Norway, addresses the concept of inquiry-based learning in this Scientix interview, recorded at the Scientix Conference in Brussels, Belgium, 4-6 May 2018.
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The latest edition of the Scientix Newsletters features video interviews with key stakeholders in science education.
In CREATIONS, a project funded by the European Union, 16 partners from 10 countries develop creative approaches based on art for an engaging science classroom.
The Cell EXPLORERS programme is a science education and outreach programme developing a sustainable way of engaging the public in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) activities for Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).
A number of new resources, toolkits and other useful information for schools have been uploaded to the website of the European Code Week 2018 to help educators and students get started and plan their coding activities before the campaign is officially kicked-off on 6 October 2018. Those materials are suitable both for complete beginners and for more advanced coders.
For the past twelve years, Science in School has brought teachers useful tips and knowledge that can easily be applied directly in any lesson and learning process. The latest edition of this interesting quarterly journal features a front-page article on the subject of evolution, explaining how birds evolved from dinosaurs.