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As the end of the project nears, the partners are working hard to bring together three years of work of endlessly promoting inquiry-based learning in science across Europe.

The work of the partners and teachers, will be celebrated in the second international conference which is to be held in Malta 16-18th July 2014 at the Old University Building in Valletta. During these days, we will have two keynotes from the partnership, as well as a number of young researchers who have researched inquiry-based learning in science at primary level.

Teachers receiving the Certificate of Excellence in IBSE will also have the opportunity to share their experience with other teachers. There is no better way to convince  teachers that one can do inquiry in science with young children than other teachers themselves. More information on the conference is available on the project website www.prisci.net 

The partnership is also happy to announce that the 45 IBSE activities for children of ages 3-5 years (15 activities), 6-8 years (15 activities) and 9-11 years (15 activities). These activities have been professionally designed and have been uploaded on the project platform (http://social.prisci.net). You are invited to log in, to download the activities, and to comment on them. We invite you to make the most use of these activities and to share them as much as possible with other teachers.

 

Suzanne Gatt

Pri-Sci-Net Project Coorinator 

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