Final European Conference of the SUSTAIN project - Berlin - 10/11 October 2016

              

Supporting Science Teaching Advancement through Inquiry

 

SUSTAIN Second European Conference Berlin, Germany
10 & 11 October 2016

BBAW

The SUSTAIN project, Supporting Science Teaching Advancement Through Inquiry, aims at supporting the implementation at school of a more relevant and effective approach of the education for sustainable development (ESD) thanks to the specific contribution of inquiry-based science education (IBSE).

During almost three years, SUSTAIN has produced pedagogical contents, tools and teachers’ professional development activities that foster among children the scientific understanding of issues and challenges linked to sustainable development, and thus reinforce their future ability to act as informed and responsible citizens.

The Final European Conference of the SUSTAIN project is organized by the Freie Universität Berlin.        


Its main goal is to present the results of the work carried out by the network, in particular the handbooks produced by the 3 topic groups (Food, Energy & Everyday objects), and highlight the contribution of the network to the development of ESD through IBSE.

Target audience: educational experts, teachers, educators, education policy makers and other stakeholders actively involved in ESD and IBSE at school.

Registration deadline: September 30, 2016

Please find all further information and the registration link here: http://www.bcp.fu-berlin.de/natlab/lehrkraefte/sustain/index.html

For more information, please contact Ulrike Jeggle (after 15th August): ulrike.jeggle@fu-berlin.de

 

Presentations:

 


Speaker: David Jasmin
Fondation La main à la pâte, coordination of the SUSTAIN project

 

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Inka Bormann, Division of General Education, Freie Universität Berlin

 

Speaker : Justin Dillon - Professor of Science and Environmental Education & Head of Graduate School of Education at University of Bristol

 

Speaker: Dr. Ingo Eilks, Professor for Teaching Methods of Chemistry, Universität Bremen

 

 

 

With the support of the Lifelong Learning programme of the European Union

 

 

The European Commission support for the production of this conference does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the organisers and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

 

Project partners