International Press Conference

On Thursday, 13 of June 2013, the kidsINNscience presented and discussed the results of the 4-years collaborative research project. Some highlights of the field trials were presented in a small exhibition. Find the slides of the press conferences here. Photos are coming soon.
The presentation booklet is available in the download area.

Press release

Engaging learners in science is a pressing concern worldwide. The experts of kidsINNscience (funded by the European Commission, FP7) pointed out that being part of a network empowers and motivates teachers and learners. 186 teachers from 98 schools in 10 countries embedded innovative practices into their regular science & technology teaching. 4105 learners from pre-primary to upper secondary actively participated in inquiry based learning. About 30 innovations have been successfully exchanged among the partner countries.

The inclusion of two Latin American Countries and their ideas on Innovative Practices enriched the eight European Countries in the collaborative project – an example was the Mexican “Science in Family” adapted and carried out in Austria, England and Slovenia, particularly with respect to Gender and Cultural Diversity. To keep on innovating there is a repertoire of 80 innovative practices for all school levels and strategies that can give support for successful, exciting science & technology teaching and learning.
On the website you find the public reports, the collection of innovative practices and other information.


Credits of photos in the booklet

Press review

Interview with Marilar Aleixandre (USC), Ana Ilse Benavides (CINVESTAV) and Nadia Prauhart (AIE) on Radio Nacional de España (RNE; January 2013 (from minute 15 on)

more press information coming soon

updated: 14.6.2013
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