CarboEurope educational activity

 

WORKSHOP ON CARBOEUROPE – CARBOOCEANS SCHOOL PROJECTS

Die , France , 20-24 March 2005

 

Aim and Scope

This workshop aims at sharing experience and building new benchmarks about:

Background material >> word file

Programme >> word file

Monday: benchmarks for school projects

Plenary

Discussion in parallel groups

What are the roles of teachers and scientists?
What are the main needs and expectations of teachers?
What are the main needs and expectations of scientists?
Results of Group 2

Tuesday: Existing experiences for regional educational programmes

Existing experiences for regional educational programmes

Phil Smith: Teacher-scientist network (TSN), Norwich
Julie Jordan: Science Learning Centre Yorkshire and the Humber
Marilyn Brodie: Researchers in Residence
Michael Schallies: Science education: a personal perspective

Joachim Dengg: Nat-Working Marine Research
Antonio Raschi: Interactions with students and public at IBIMET
Marc Eyer: “NCCR climate” ( National Competition Center for Research – climate)

Upcoming initiatives for regional educational programmes

Claudia Hillinger: Robert-Bosch Foundation initiative with Max-Planck-Society about teacher training on earth system science
Jutta Neumann: PIK project about evaluation of interactions between students and climate impact lecturers
Max Hilhorst: Klimateam

Wednesday: Towards regional teacher-scientist partnerships in Europe 1

Synthesis of prevsious days and goals for Wednesday >> synthesis (pdf-file), goals (word-file)

Group work

Group 1: Call for school projects
Group 2: Draft workplan for local schemes of teacher-scientist partnerships

Brainstorming for proposal

Brain storm
Proposal preparation

Thursday: Towards regional teacher-scientist partnerships in Europe 2

Workplan and further actions

1. Input to finalise materials
2. Booklet for teachers: information & perhaps input
3. Name of project (CarboSchools?)
4. Communication / promotion strategy within CE/CO
5. Homework
>> word file

Draft result documents

Ste Croix Declaration
Curriculum topics

 

 


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