Case Studies

  • Radek Matuška, Czech Republic

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  • Sandra Prokop, Austria

    " I started using a different way to approach problem-solving. Instead of explaining concepts, I help the students spend more time discussing each lesson and reach a conclusion with step-by-step instructions.

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  • Özlem Ortak Kilinç, Turkey

    "This semester my students really liked the teaching new methods. They felt they were taking part of their learning process."

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  • Carles Sanchiz, Spain

    "After an experiment, I try to motivate the students to think about what has happened and why, trying to build an reliable explanation of the phenomenon."

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  • Angela Colli, Italy

    "After the training Amgen Teach in Milan I developed a project named "Feel good" to apply IBSE methodology to environmental education. We started with an interactive meeting in which students were invited to ask questions and to reflect on the relationship between diet and environment."

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  • Petr Distler, Czech Republic

    "In my opinion, my students appreciated mainly the practical tasks – hands-on activities. I applied new ones during my classes, providing them with more practical examples connected to the curriculum."

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  • Róisín Uí Choinn, Ireland

    "I show an Amoeba under a microscope and the students argue is it a plant, fungus, animal or other."

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  • Alexandra Khelil-Schmidl, Austria

    "It is very important in teaching sciences, that students are able to establish hypothesis"

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  • Esperanza Moreno Guirado, Spain

    "If you want to work with your students about what might be the advantages and disadvantages of vaccination, you can use Role Playing."

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  • İsmail Dönmez, Turkey

    "Teachers are indispensable elements of education. Science education will be more meaningful if teachers improve themselves thanks to 21st century skills."

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