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Title: Pri-Sci-Net - an FP7 EU funded project promoting inquiry-based learning in science at primary level of education
Other Titles: Enhancing inquiry-based science education and teachers’ continuous professional development in Europe : insights and reflections on the PROFILES project and other projects funded by the European Commission
Authors: Gatt, Suzanne
Scheersoi, Annette
Koursis, Demetris
Keywords: Inquiry-based learning -- Malta
Science -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Malta
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Freie Universität Berlin
Citation: Gatt, S., Scheersoi, A., & Koursis, D. (2014). Pri-Sci-Net - an FP7 EU funded project promoting inquiry-based learning in science at primary level of education. In C. Bolte, & F. Rauch (Eds.), Enhancing Inquiry-based science education and teachers’ continuous professional development in Europe: insights and reflections on the PROFILES project and other projects funded by the European Commission (pp. 294-302). Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin.
Abstract: This paper presents the work done by FP7 project Pri-Sci-Net and which aims to promote the uptake of inquiry-based learning approaches at primary level across Europe with children aged 3–11 years. The main project outcomes include developing a shared understanding of inquiry-based learning when relating to young children, helping teachers develop the required pedagogical skills, and to convince them to share their experience and resources with other teachers. The paper share the project partners’ vision for inquiry-based learning, pedagogical material produced in inquiry-based learning and which teachers can use when teaching, the initiatives taken at national and international level to train teachers.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar//handle/123456789/20831
ISBN: 9783981668315
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