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SCENE aims to train and support head teachers and subject teachers in European secondary and vocational schools in Problem-Based Learning (PBL) pedagogy, using innovative ICT-based solutions.
Dare to Think Impossible is an outreach programme – focused on students ages 15 to 19 and secondary school teachers - of the research project PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, a pan-European network of supercomputers.
The project (2013-2016) introduces inquiry based learning (IBS) into science and mathematics classroom using magic tricks, myths and mysteries.
The project aims to promote inquiry-based science education (IBSE) by designing professional development programme for teacher trainers on the use of IBSE and research-based learning.
ASSIST-ME is research project, investigating formative and summative assessment methods to support and improve inquiry-based approaches in European science, technology and mathematics education.
Marischool organises hands-on workshops for secondary school students on chemistry and biology related to research in marine sciences and oceanography.
Go-Lab (2012 -2016) Go-Lab (2012-2016) creates an infrastructure (the Go-Lab Portal) to provide access to online laboratories run by research centres and universities worldwide.
GEOschools (2011-2013) aimed to provide advice, teaching aids, instruments and other support for teaching geoscience in secondary schools.
NetS-EU (2010-2013) aims to collect, elaborate, diffuse and exploit ways of applying non-formal methods and the inquiry-based learning approach to science education at school.
TALETE (2011-2013) intends to develop innovative pedagogical tools (serious games and machinima) for learning and teaching maths in two environments: e-learning and 3D world.
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