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SCIENCE-TEACHER EDUCATION ADVANCED METHODS!

Welcome to the S-TEAM website and wiki

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Read more about S-TEAM

This week's

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Some presentations from ECER are available on the events page.

New! Inquiry-based mathematics teaching approach - video now available here! Alex, Ove and Kjersti from NTNU have provided our first product, still at an early stage but very welcome!

* *national workshops information from Doris and Matthias - Lithuania holds first workshop 30 June-1 July 2009.  Report available from national workshops page. The Turkish workshop has also taken place and was highly successful. Scottish workshop was held 23rd September. More workshops in October!

New! page for the international mid-project conference - more urgent than you might think
 Hi-resolution logos available from S-TEAM logos page

For deliverables - click here!

The site is continually being updated, and now features individual photos and institutional pages!

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NEWS

 The mid-project conference took place in Glasgow on 13-15 October. Download the preliminary report.


Download Riel Miller's presentation here, Doris Jorde's presentation here, Eilsih McLoughlin's presentation here and Robin Millar's, here.

You can download the preliminary report on Inquiry based science teaching in the partner countries  here.

For contact details, click here

The project is coordinated by

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the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

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The acting coordinators are Professor Peter van Marion (NTNU) and Professor Doris Jorde (University of Oslo).

Why are we dinosaurs?

Having looked at some teacher blogs recently, it occurred to me that we are way behind with the adoption of Web 2.0 technologies. We need to add all sorts of RSS feeds, social networking tools and so on. But are these really helpful? No-one has noticed (or at least asked about) the lack of these things on the wiki. So do we need them? You tell me!

Peter

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