Are you interested in the IBSE approach in science education?

Several studies have shown that Inquiry Based Science Education is effective both in primary and secondary schools, as it increases student interest and performances​ and motivates teachers.

During the last years several IBSE project were activated all over Europe. From 2011 to 2013, MUSE took part to the INQUIRE European Project and it acquired and strengthened IBSE skill and experience though a dialogue with several European educational realities. Subsequently, MUSE also attended national courses and meetings to keep up-to-date on the subject.

MUSE stays committed to IBSE dissemination by offering a new course edition for primary and secondary school teachers: "IBSE in science education". The course covers 21 hours and will take place on August 22nd to 24th at Muse, Trento.

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