Traditionally, the education of science was limited to unilateral transmission of knowledge discovered by scientists, leaving aside the practice of science outside of the classrooms and losing all the benefits that it can bring to pupils. These courses will teach the practical methodological tools and materials for teaching science based on the Inquiry Based Learning and Experiential Learning methodologies.
In the digital age, information is just a click away. We can find the answers to a lot of questions and learn about virtually any subject; the era of the democratization of knowledge. But, how can we tell apart reliable information from falsehood?
In this course, the participants will learn active and participatory methodologies for training critical thinking, analytical strength and the skill to discern reliable information.
Children are especially vulnerable to tricks and false news in the age of information overload. That is why training in critical thinking at a young age is so important, so we can educate thoughtful and aware citizens that are more difficult to be mislead.
In this course you will learn how to adapt active and participatory methodologies for training critical thinking in early childhood.
According to a recent UNESCO publication, Cracking the code: girls’ and women’s education in STEM, only 35% of all students enrolled in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and STEM-related fields are female. Today, only 28% of all of the world’s researchers are women.
This course teaches small actions that teachers can implement in the classroom to motivate girls to study science without harming boys.
Customized courses on STEM topics can be designed for groups of at least 6-8 participants.
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