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Title: My classroom - most energy efficient, The role of inquiry in science education
Authors: Dimitrova, Tanja
Keywords: inquiry
scientific inquiry
science education
pilot experiment
Issue Date: 15-Dec-2013
Abstract: “My classroom – energy effective” is a working project under the pilot experiment “Energy effectiveness” – in the frame of the weSPOT 7FP European project. The main target of WeSPOT is to establish a connecting between our everyday life and education in natural sciences using the informational and communication technologies. The experiment “My classroom – energy effective” works with Sofia University’s participation. It included teachers and students in First Private Mathematical School in Sofia. The students who took part are in 6-th grade (13 years old) and the teachers are in Human and Nature and Informational Technology. We have been working on an international project – weSPOT, whose purpose is to create new technologies for Inquiry Based Science Education (IBSE).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10867/137
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