As Pri-Sci-Net enters its thrid year of activitries, it has achieved a lot of things. Last year has seen the organisation of two international courses. The first course was organised in January in Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic on doing inquiry –based learning with students in the Junior years. The second international training course was organised in Heraklion, Crete in July an focused on inquiry-based learning in the early years. In both cases, about 30 teachers attended as Pri-Sci-Net supported the participation of a number of teachers from the project partner countries.
Paedagogische Hochschule (University of Education Salzburg)
Pri-Sci-Net is offering financial support to primary teachers and teacher educators the possibility to attend the project’s third International Training Course in Salzburg, Austria on informal and non-formal learning in IBSE.
Pri-Sci-Net has last year recognised a number of teachers for their commitment and work in inquiry with young children. Teachers from all over Europe could apply for this certificate and following an evaluation process, a number of teachers qualified for this recognition. It was a pleasure to present this certificate to those teachers who could attend the International conference in Cyprus.
PRI-SCI-NET is inviting primary school teachers, teacher-trainers and student teachers to submit their application for financial support to attend the First PRI-SCI-NET International Conference in from the 2nd to the 7th of September 2013. This conference is being held in conjunction with the ESERA conference enabling delegates to also attend sessions and workshops organised by ESERA.
CALL EXTENDED TILL 20TH MAY
1st Jul 2013 – 5th July 2013
Pri-Sci-Net is offering financial support to primary teachers and teacher educators the possibility to participate in the project’s second International Training Course to be held in Crete in July 2013. This training course is aimed mainly at those who can share and multiply the knowledge and skills learnt with respect to doing inquiry-based learning with young children in the early years between the ages of 3 and 7 years.
The PRI-SCI-NET project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement no. 266647.
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