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Inspiring Sciende Education - Introduction - Linq Conference 2015 - Sally Reynolds

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Our mission in the Inspiring Science Education team is to provide digital resources and opportunities for teachers to help them make science education more attractive and relevant to students’ lives. Through the Inspiring Science Education website and the activities organised by the partners, teachers can help students make their own scientific discoveries, witness and understand natural and scientific phenomena and access the latest, interactive tools and digital resources from within their classrooms.
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Inspiring Sciende Education - Introduction - Linq Conference 2015 - Sally Reynolds

  1. 1. The Inspiring Science project has received funding from the European Union’s ICT Policy Support Programme as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme. This publication reflects only the author’s views and the European Union is not liable for any use that might be made of information contained therein. Introduction LINQ Conference, Brussels 12 May 2015
  2. 2. Mission • Providing digital resources and opportunities for teachers helping them to make science education more attractive and relevant to students’ lives. • Helping students to make their own scientific discoveries through access to the latest, interactive tools and digital resources from within their classrooms. 2
  3. 3. Partners 3 30 partners in 15 countries including many experts in the field of Science Education
  4. 4. Key outcomes Strong support network for teachers 4 Access to worldwide online, interactive tools and digital resources for more exciting, fun and relevant science teaching Teacher and student platform taking science teaching into the realms of extra-curricular learning eTools and digital resources for students to collaborate with each other across Europe Student involvement in scientific research activities
  5. 5. Showcases…….. 5
  6. 6. …..with full support 6
  7. 7. Community 7 The Inspiring Science Education project aims to popularise science subjects in schools across Europe using information and communication technologies Take advantage of the Inspiring Science Education Project opportunities, outcomes and activities www.inspiringscience.eu/participate
  8. 8. Invitation to teachers Opportunity to enter competitions and win awards, participate in summer and winter schools 8 Join a lively ISE community, consisting of thousands of teachers, learners and researchers Participate in educational sessions and practical workshops on popular science, technology and maths subjects Receive expert support to implement information and communication technologies in classroom practice Have unique opportunities to collaborate directly with scientists and research centres Cooperate with other schools and colleagues from project partner countries
  9. 9. Getting involved 9
  10. 10. Getting involved 10
  11. 11. Today’s agenda Before coffee • Presentation and Demonstration of the Inspiring Science Education Portal and the opportunities it offers to teachers and students to collaborate, create and innovate in the science classroom by Lamprini Kolovou, INTRASOFT, Greece • How are science teachers using ISE in different parts of Europe? • Romania - Radu Jugureanu & Monica Florea, Siveco, Romania • Greece - Eugenia Kypriotis, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece • Belgium - Mathy Vanbuel, ATiT, Belgium • Croatia – Maja Quien & Ivana Mišetić, CARNET, Croatia (remote) 11
  12. 12. Today’s agenda After coffee • Round table discussions and demonstration sessions led by the ISE team to try out and discuss the demonstrators, resources and tools offered by ISE • The Eratosthenes Experiment – a collaborative cross-border project involving teachers all over EuropeEugenia Kypriotis, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Research and Development Department, Greece • Closing plenary discussion session to highlight feedback about the use of the portal and how its use can contribute to innovation in science teaching in Europe 12
  13. 13. More Information 13 Website Social media Contact www.inspiringscience.eu www.twitter.com/InspiringScienc www.linkedin.com/groups/Inspiring-Science-Education www.facebook.com/InspiringScienceEducation www.youtube.com/channel/InspiringScienceEducation Sally Reynolds@atit.be

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