Renewed IBSE pedagogy in STEM education: Amgen Foundation’s newest project published by European Schoolnet

"Teacher training and IBSE Practice in Europe, A European Schoolnet overview"

 

Having an adequate stock of researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs is the premise of a high-quality education system; after all, professional careers start at school level. This enables young Europeans to develop key competences - which include maths, science and technology – pointing up STEM's key role that teachers and teacher training have for the future of Science and Technology in Europe. 

"Teacher training and IBSE Practice in Europe, A European Schoolnet overview" has been published by European Schoolnet and supported by the Amgen Foundation through the Amgen Teach Project. Throughout the publication, EUN shares how IBSE has proven to be an effective tool in addressing the challenge of improving STEM learning and making STEM jobs more attractive.
 
The publication discusses the application and impact of IBSE approaches and provides selected examples of the most relevant European initiatives in STEM Teacher Training where inquiry-based strategies have been applied.
 

Click here to read it: http://bit.ly/Amgen-EUN-IBSE