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The 3rd International Training Course was held in Salzburg, Austria from the 17th of February to the 20th of February 2014. 30 teachers from 12 different European countries participated in the training course. 

The training course opened with a welcome speech by the Austrian Ministry of Education. Then, the Pri-Sci-Net project coordinator, Prof. Suzanne Gatt, welcomed the participants and shared the vision of the project for inquiry-based learning in primary education. The training course involved a series of workshops and presentations about IBSE contributed by project partners.

Among the training activities, there was a workshop on colours from Muğla (Turkey) and a workshop on change of state, focusing on water and ice from the University of Southampton (UK). There was also a workshop on how to organise a science fair, a workshop on the nature of science and a world café. Some of these training activities took place in the local science museum in Salzburg. 

 

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