Days 1&2 – Pre-live forum discussion (familiarization) – 13th & 14th Feb
In the dedicated online space participants introduce themselves in a forum.
The expert introduces him/herself, the topic and some related references (either text, web resources or video) teachers need to read. (all this is text or a video or a mixture)
Day 3 - Synchronous Live session (WebEx) – 15th Feb
The expert supported by an EUN moderator, gives a live presentation of 45 – 60 min. on the topic of the DLA, with live discussion afterwards.
20:00-21:00 UCT/GMT - Turkish Time Zone (18:00-19:00 CET - Central European Time)
Day 4 – Forum discussion – 16th Feb
During these days, in the DLA linked community, the expert poses 2- 3 leading questions and/or tasks for the participants to discuss or carry out. A help section is provided for assistance.
Day 5 – Forum discussion – 17th Feb
The session ends with a general discussion where the expert reviews the topic, picks out relevant points from the discussion and invites the participants to share their own experiences and discuss relevant resources.
*Please note that the official language of DLA9 will be Turkish.
- DLA #1: STEM Cells Biology and Planarian Regeneration
- DLA #2: Nanotechnology Around Us
- DLA #3: Watermark: The Anatomy of an Inquiry-Based Science Project
- DLA #4: Exploration of the Respiratory Activity
- DLA #5: Astrobiology and the hunt for life among the stars
- DLA #6: Testing scientific skills: Exploring a protocol to construct exam questions to assess scientific thinking
- DLA #7: Myelin basic protein and how it grew into authentic biology: Empowering students to undertake genuine authentic research
- DLA #8: Mystery Tubes and Tricky Tracks
- DLA #9: Measurement and Assessment in Argument Based Inquiry
- DLA #10: Molecoolar Kitchen
- DLA #11: Mystery Tubes and Tricky Tracks II
- DLA #12: Writing to Learn Activities and Its Use in Inquiry-Based Science Education
- DLA #13: VET-MED