Preparing Teachers for Open Schooling in science education
Dates: 12th and 13th June 2019

Attend a one-day workshop (either the 12th or 13th June) which aims to introduce primary and second level teachers to the knowledge, skills and resources needed to support the adoption of the open schooling approach to science education as part of the European H2020 project, Open Schools for Open Societies (OSOS). Url: https://www.openschools.eu/

This project aims to support teachers and schools across 10 European countries to adopt Open Schooling approaches by:
a) Developing a model that promotes such a culture through the co-creation of inspiring projects.
b) Providing support for teacher and school leaders, such as, staff development, redesigning time, and developing partnerships with relevant organizations (local industries, research organizations, parents associations and policy makers), and
c) Suggesting a range of possible inquiry activities from small-scale activities through to setting up an “open school within a school”.

Course Fee: €nil (including tea/coffee, teacher resources and supplementary materials).

For more information please contact the Irish OSOS Project Officer: Dr. Theresa Tallon by email at osos@dcu.ie

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Organisers of Open Schooling approach to inquiry learning in Science
Venue: NG22 Marconi Building, School of Physical Sciences, Dublin City University, Glasnevin, Dublin 9.
Facilitated by: Dr. Eilish McLoughlin, Dr. James Lovatt And Dr. Theresa Tallon
This course is hosted by DCU Centre for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning (CASTeL), DCU School of Physical Sciences, DCU Schools of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies. The OSOS project has been funded with support from the European Commission under the Grant Agreement Number 741572.
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