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in society
EUROPEAN
COMMISSION
Research &
Innovation
The Scientix Conference
6-8 May 2011 - Brussels, Belgium
Programme
Science
in society
EUROPEAN
COMMISSION
Research &
Innovation
The Scientix Conference
6-8 May 2011
Brussels, Belgium
Programme
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Table of Contents
PROGRAMME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
KEYNOTE SPEAKER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
EU PROJECTS FOR TEACHERS (STANDS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
1. Proles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
2. Hands-On-Universe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
3. S-TEAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
4. INQUIRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
5. SCeTGo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
6. Primas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
7. STENCIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
8. SEEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
9. Photonics Explorer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
10. Fibonacci . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
11. EUNAWE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
12. Science on Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
13. Dynalearn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
14. Spice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
15. Carboschools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
16. Pollen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
17. eBug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
18. ESTABLISH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
19. CoReect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
20. Sis.Net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
21. PATHWAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
22. Eurydice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
23. GAPP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
24. Helena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
25. Materials Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
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PARALLEL SESSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Session 1: Science education research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
1.0 Ready to start a research career in Science Education? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
1.1 KidsINNscience: transferability of innovative approaches in science education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
1.2 ActiMath: improving students level in Maths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
1.3 Edutainment: cartoons can help kids to learn science! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
1.4 The Junior Thesis as a way to reduce the gap between secondary and tertiary education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Session 2: Science education thinking outside the box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
2.0 AthenaWeb, Your science video channel! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
2.1 The Science Fair: A Model of music and lyrics as mediums of creative and artistic science
communication and education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
2.2 SiS Catalyst: Children as Change Agents for Science and Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
2.3 Click here for ACTION: About implementing clickers in the science classroom -
experiences and devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
2.4 Ignition*: encouraging young pupils to regard STEM as creative subjects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Session 3: EU projects for researchers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.0 EU initiatives to support the research profession . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.1 Scientic Summer Campus: promoting interaction between young people and real actors
of science and technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.2 The SECURE project: recommendations on how to raise interest in MST at an early age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.3 Systemic innovations in science education via in-service teacher education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.4 Science Created by You - putting science in the hands of the learner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Session 4: School collaboration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4.0 eTwinning: The community for schools in Europe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4.1 Involving students in Maths eTwinning projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4.1 Round table: Schools of the Future . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Session 5: Science & Industry and Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
5.0 Learning by Doing collaboration between schools and industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
5.1 Little Scientists Programme: fostering innovative science teaching methods in Colombia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
5.2 The Cincia Viva Science Internships Programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
5.3 Science & Technology in Egypt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
5.4 A Unied Platform for Engineering Education in Embedded Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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Session 6: Teachers associations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
6.0 Teachers Networks for renewing science education: two Hungarian approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
6.1 Activities, successes and experiences of the Roland Etvs Physical Society (Hungary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
6.2 Round table: Teacher participation in European projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Session 7: Portals and resources I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
7.0 Repositories of resources: LRE, Scientix and KlasCement as examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
7.1 Authoring, sharing and annotating digital learning resources on Inquiry-Based Science Education . . . . . 45
7.2 The Irrika platform: a formula to free young people from Doraemons cosmic powers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
7.3 Open Science Resources: towards the development of a shared digital repository for formal
and informal science education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
7.4 Science in School: highlighting the best in science teaching and research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Session 8: Tools, experiments and initiatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
8.0 CERN@school: when students get into real physics research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
8.1 Pupils do their own precise time measurements with AUDACITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
8.2 The Young Academy on Wheels: top young Dutch scientists reach out to schools with a focus
on the essence of science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
8.3 Greenlight for Girls: Using robots and real-life role models to inspire girls to tackle STEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
8.4 Galileo and the practice of archery: exemplifying the basis of classical physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Session 9: Science, museums and amusement parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
9.0 Science Festivals: dialogue person to person . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
9.1 A comparison of UK science museums and visitor attractions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
9.2 COASTER: Collaboration on Amusement Science and Technology Education Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
9.3 Technopolis: a glimpse of the workshop Energy for the Future. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
9.4 Use of archeological museum in science education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Session 10: Portals and resources II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
10.0 Space education: The nal frontier? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
10.1 Class Zero Emission: from puzzle to interactive workshop centre and online tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
10.2 I want to live forever... education and scientic research combined . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
10.3 Inquiry-to-Insight: delivering digital education tools on climate change issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
10.4 I-CLEEN: Enhancing an inquiry-based approach to Earth system sciences in Italian classrooms . . . . . . . 48
POSTERS SESSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
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PROGRAMME
16:00 - 18:00 Registration
18:15 - 19:00
19:00 - 20:00 Exhibition and posters session
20:00 Opening dinner
Conference opening (Translated from English into French and German) ROOM : Ballroom
Welcome address
Robert-Jan Smits, Director-General of Directorate-General for Research and Innovation,
European Commission, BE
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
Moderated by Marc Durando, Executive Director, European Schoolnet, BE

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09:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 11:30 COFFEE BREAK / Posters and exhibitions session
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11:30 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:15 LUNCH / Posters and exhibitions session
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14:15 - 15:45
Parallel sessions
Mini Break
14:55 - 15:00
Plenary session 1 (Translated from English into French and German) ROOM : Ballroom
Introduction to Scientix and the conference
Peter Fabian-Hajek, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission, BE
gueda Gras-Velzquez, European Schoolnet, BE
Keynote speech
Science education: critical for Europes future
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
Plenary session 2 (Translated from English into French and German) ROOM : Ballroom
EU projects for teachers
25 3-minute trailers on what teachers can nd in the exhibition stands
Moderators: Yves Beernaert & Magda Kirsch
1. Proles
2. Hands-On-Universe
3. S-TEAM
4. INQUIRE
5. SCeTGo
6. Primas
7. STENCIL
8. SEEP
9. Photonics Explorer
10. Fibonacci
11. EUNAWE
12. Science on Stage
13. Dynalearn
14. SPICE
15. Carboschools
16. Pollen
17. eBug
18. Establilsh
19. CoReect
20. Sis.Net
21. Pathway
22. Eurydice
23. GAPP
24. Helena
25. Materials Science
1. Science education research
Moderator: Jaume Ametller, UK
1.0 Ready to start a research career in Science Education?
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Mariam Benjdia, BE
1.1 KidsINNscience: transferability of innovative approaches in science education
Nadia Prauhart, AT
1.2 ActiMath: improving students level in Maths
Tim Neijens, BE
1.3 Edutainment: cartoons can help kids to learn science!
Sai Pathmanathan, UK
1.4 The Junior Thesis as a way to reduce the gap between secondary and tertiary education
Anne-Lotte Masson, NL

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Mini Break
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Mini Break
14:50 - 15:10
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*
16:15 - 17:45
Parallel sessions
Mini Break
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Mini Break
16:55 - 17:00

Mini Break
16:50 - 17:10
2. Science education - thinking outside the box
Moderator: Nora Milotay (DG EAC), BE
2.0 AthenaWeb, Your science video channel!
**
Kathleen Van Damme, BE
2.1 The Science Fair: A model of music and lyrics as mediums of creative and artistic
science communication and education
Oded Ben-Horin, NO
2.2 SiS Catalyst: Children as Change Agents for Science and Society
Tricia Jenkins, UK
2.3 Click here for ACTION: About implementing clickers in the science classroom
experiences and devices
Annemie Vermeyen, BE
2.4 Ignition
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: encouraging young pupils to regard STEM as creative subjects
Rick Hall, UK
Mini workshops I
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini workshops II
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
3. EU projects for researchers
Moderator: Kitty Fehringer (DG RTD), BE
3.0 EU Initiatives to support the research profession
**
Peter van der Hijden, BE
3.1 Scientic Summer Campus: promoting interaction between young people and real
actors of science and technology
Ana Mara Correas Galn, ES
3.2 The SECURE project: recommendations on how to raise interest in MST at an early age
Wim Peeters, BE
3.3 Systemic innovations of science education via in-service teacher education
Volker Ulm, DE
3.4 Science Created by You putting science in the hands of the learner
Wouter van Joolingen, NL
4. School collaboration
Moderator: Eugenio Rivire (DG EAC), BE
4.0 eTwinning: The community for schools in Europe
**
Anne Gilleran, BE
4.1 Involving students in Maths eTwinning projects
Irina Vasilescu, RO
4.2 Round table: Schools of the Future
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR - Sergey Lowjagin, RU - Stephen Harris, AU - Manfred Lohr, AT
Mini workshops III
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini workshops IV
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms

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ROOM : Klimt
ROOM : Vision
ROOM : Klimt
ROOM : Ballroom
*** 3 x 10 mini workshops of 10+2 minutes. Each participant can take part in one mini workshops session only (I, II, III or IV) and choose 3 different
topics. Signing up for mini workshops is required during registration on Friday evening or Saturday morning and places will be allocated
according to a rst-come rst-served basis.
10
17:45 - 18:30 Posters and exhibitions session
18:45 - 19:30 Brisk tour of Brussels city centre highlights
20:00 - 20:30 Concert: The Science Fair Jazz Music with science lyrics
20:30 - 22:30 Dinner with entertainment (Science Quiz)

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Mini Break
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Mini Break
10:10 - 10:15
11:00 - 11:30 COFFEE BREAK / Posters and exhibitions session
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5. Science & Industry and Schools
Moderator: Mara-Teresa Cuartero Lausn (DG RTD), BE
5.0 Learning by Doing collaboration between schools and industry
**
Timo Sorsa, FI
5.1 Little Scientists Programme: fostering innovative science teaching methods in Colombia
Margarita Gmez, CO
5.2 The Cincia Viva Science Internships Programme
Carlos Catalo Alves, PT
5.3 Science & Technology in Egypt
Ola Laurence, EG
5.4 A Unied Platform for Engineering Education in Embedded Systems
Mihajlo Katona, RS
6. Teachers associations
Moderator: Peter Fabian-Hajek (DG RTD), BE
6.0 Teachers Networks for renewing science education: two Hungarian approaches
**
Monika Reti, HU
6.1 Activities, successes and experiences of the Roland Etvs Physical Society
Csaba Sksd, HU
6.2 Round table: Teacher participation in European projects
Magorzata Zajczkowska, PL - Lidia Minza, RO - Thomas Roche, IE - Isabel Fonseca, PT -
Mateja Grai, SI
7. Portals and resources I
Moderator: Monica Menapace (DG RTD), BE
7.0 Repositories of resources : LRE, Scientix and KlasCement as examples
**
Pascal Craeye, BE
7.1 Authoring, sharing and annotating digital learning resources on Inquiry-Based
Science Education
Mart Laanpere, EE
7.2 The Irrika platform: a formula to free young people from Doraemons cosmic powers
Lorea Arakistain & Eneritz Muguruza, ES
7.3 Open Science Resources: Towards the development of a Shared Digital Repository
for Formal and Informal Science Education
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR
7.4 Science in School: highlighting the best in science teaching and research
Marlene Rau, DE

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Parallel sessions
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Mini Break
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Mini Break
12:10 - 12:15
13:00 - 14:15 LUNCH
14:15 - 16:00
8. Tools, experiments and initiatives
Moderator: Cristina Gabellieri (DG RTD), BE
8.0 CERN@school: when students get into real physics research
**
Becky Parker, UK
8.1 Pupils do their own precise time measurements with AUDACITY
Vclav Piska, CZ
8.2 The Young Academy on Wheels: top young Dutch scientists reach out to schools with a
focus on the essence of science
Alex Verkade, NL
8.3 Greenlight for Girls: Using robots and real-life role models to inspire girls to tackle STEM
Cheryl D. Miller, BE
8.4 Galileo and the practice of archery: exemplifying the basis of classical physics
Philippe Leonard, BE
9 Science, museums and amusement parks
Moderator: Antonio Gomes da Costa, BE
9.0 Science Festivals: dialogue person to person
**
Peter Rebernik, AT
9.1 A comparison of UK science museums and visitor attractions
Michael Cassidy, UK
9.2 COASTER Collaboration on Amusement Science and Technology Education Resources
Ann-Marie Pendrill, SE
9.3 Technopolis: a glimpse of the workshop Energy for the Future
Patricia Verheyden, BE
9.4 Use of archaeological museum in science education
Ela Koksal, TR
10. Portals and resources II
Moderator: Terje Tuisk, EE
10.0 Space education: the nal frontier?
**
Ellen Geerts, BE
10.1 Class Zero Emission: from puzzle to interactive workshop centre and online tools
Sandra Vanhove, BE
10.2 I want to live forevereducation and scientic research combined
Yuri Matteman, NL
10.3 Inquiry-to-Insight: delivering digital education tools on climate change issues
Graldine Fauville, SE
10.4 I-CLEEN: Enhancing an inquiry-based approach to Earth system sciences in
Italian classrooms
Matteo Cattadori, IT
Closing plenary ROOM : Ballroom
Closing speeches: conclusions
Scientix science experts panel, EU
Marc Durando, Executive Director, European Schoolnet, BE
Final remarks and next steps
Gilles Laroche, Head of Unit, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation,
European Commission, BE

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09:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 11:30 PAUSE CAF / Session afches et expositions
*
11:30 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:15 DJEUNER / Session afches et expositions
*
14:15 - 15:45
sessions parallles
Mini pause
14:55 - 15:00
Session plnire 1 (Traduite de langlais vers le franais et lallemand) SALLE : Ballroom
Introduction ddie Scientix et la confrence
Peter Fabian-Hajek, Direction Gnrale de la Recherche et de lInnovation, Commission Europenne, BE
gueda Gras-Velzquez, European Schoolnet, BE
Discours principal
Enseignement scientique : une priorit pour lavenir de lEurope
Sir John Holman, Universit de York, UK
Session plnire 2 (Traduite de langlais vers le franais et lallemand) SALLE : Ballroom
Projets de lUE pour les enseignants
25 aperus de 3 minutes sur ce que les professeurs peuvent trouver dans laire dexpositions
Modrateurs : Yves Beernaert & Magda Kirsch
1. Proles
2. Hands-On-Universe
3. S-TEAM
4. INQUIRE
5. SCeTGo
6. Primas
7. STENCIL
8. SEEP
9. Photonics Explorer
10. Fibonacci
11. EUNAWE
12. Science on Stage
13. Dynalearn
14. SPICE
15. Carboschools
16. Pollen
17. eBug
18. Establilsh
19. CoReect
20. Sis.Net
21. Pathway
22. Eurydice
23. GAPP
24. Helena
25. Materials Science
1. Recherches sur lenseignement scientique
Modrateur : Jaume Ametller, UK
1.0 Prt devenir chercheur en enseignement scientique ?
**
Mariam Benjdia, BE
1.1 KidsINNscience : transfrabilit des approches novatrices dans lenseignement
scientique
Nadia Prauhart, AT
1.2 ActiMath : amlioration du niveau des lves en mathmatiques
Tim Neijens, BE
1.3 Activits ludoducatives : les dessins anims peuvent aider les enfants tudier
les sciences!
Sai Pathmanathan, UK
1.4 Le mmoire de premier cycle pour rduire lcart entre lenseignement secondaire
et lenseignement suprieur
Anne-Lotte Masson, NL
SALLE : Ballroom
* La liste des afches est prsente dans le programme dtaill de la confrence. Les afches se trouvent dans les salles Arabesque, Mosaic et
Stoclet (rez-de-chausse). Les salles dexposition se trouvent au premier tage.
** Discours liminaire (20+5 minutes).
16:00 - 18:00 Inscription
18:15 - 19:00
19:00 - 20:00 Session afches et expositions
20:00 Rception ddie aux rseaux et dner douverture
Ouverture de la confrence (Traduite de langlais vers le franais et lallemand) SALLE : Ballroom
Message de bienvenue
Robert-Jan Smits, Directeur-Gnral de la Direction Gnrale de la Recherche et de lInnovation,
Commission Europenne, BE
Sir John Holman, Universit de York, UK
Modr par Marc Durando, Directeur Excutif, European Schoolnet, BE
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Mini pause
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Mini pause
16:50 - 17:10
2. Enseignement scientique : innovation hors cadre
Modratrice : Nora Milotay (DG EAC), BE
2.0 AthenaWeb, Votre chane vido sur les sciences!
**
Kathleen Van Damme, BE
2.1 La Foire aux sciences: la musique et les paroles, modles de communication
et denseignement scientiques cratifs et artistiques
Oded Ben-Horin, NO
2.2 SiS Catalyst : les enfants, agents de changement de la science et de la socit
Tricia Jenkins, UK
2.3 Cliquez ici pour AGIR : mise en place de techniques actives en cours de sciences,
expriences et matriel
Annemie Vermeyen, BE
2.4 Ignition
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cratives
Rick Hall, UK
Mini-ateliers I
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini-ateliers II
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
3. Projets de lUE pour les chercheurs
Modratrice : Kitty Fehringer (DG RTD), BE
3.0 Initiatives de lUE pour soutenir les chercheurs
**
Peter van der Hijden, BE
3.1 Campus scientique dt : promotion de linteraction entre les jeunes et les vrais
acteurs des sciences et des technologies
Ana Mara Correas Galn, ES
3.2 Projet SECURE : recommandations pour susciter lintrt des plus jeunes vis--vis
des mathmatiques, sciences et technologies
Wim Peeters, BE
3.3 Innovations systmiques de lenseignement scientique par le biais de la formation
des enseignants
Volker Ulm, DE
3.4 Science Created by You putting science in the hands of the learner
Wouter van Joolingen, NL
4. Coopration scolaire
Modrateur : Eugenio Rivire (DG EAC), BE
4.0 eTwinning : la communaut pour les coles dEurope
**
Anne Gilleran, BE
4.1 Implication des lves dans les projets mathmatiques
Irina Vasilescu, RO
4.2 Table ronde : Ecoles du futur
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR - Sergey Lowjagin, RU - Stephen Harris, AU - Manfred Lohr, AT
Mini-ateliers III
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini-ateliers IV
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Salles
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SALLE : Vision
SALLE : Klimt
SALLE : Vision
SALLE : Klimt
SALLE : Ballroom
*** 3 x 10 mini-ateliers de 12 minutes. Chaque participant peut assister une seule session de mini-ateliers uniquement (I, II, III ou IV) et choisir
3 thmes diffrents. Linscription aux mini-ateliers est requise au moment de linscription larrive la confrence (le vendredi soir ou le
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20:30 - 22:30 Dner avec animations (quiz scientique)
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Mini pause
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Mini pause
10:10 - 10:15
11:00 - 11:30 PAUSE CAF / Session afches et expositions
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5. Les sciences et lindustrie dans le milieu scolaire
Modrateur : Mara-Teresa Cuartero Lausn (DG RTD), BE
5.0 Apprendre en pratiquant- collaboration entre coles et lindustrie
**
Timo Sorsa, FI
5.1 Programme Little Scientists : mise en avant des mthodes denseignement
scientique novatrice en Colombie
Margarita Gmez, CO
5.2 Programme de stages scientiques Ciencia Viva
Carlos Catalo Alves, PT
5.3 Science et technologie en Egypte
Ola Laurence, EG
5.4 Une plate-forme unie pour lenseignement de lingnierie dans les systmes
intgrs
Mihajlo Katona, RS
6. Associations denseignants
Modrateur : Peter Fabian-Hajek (DG RTD), BE
6.0 Rseaux denseignants pour le renouvellement de lenseignement scientique :
deux approches hongroises
**
Monika Reti, HU
6.1 Activits, russites et expriences de Roland Etvs Physical Society
Csaba Sksd, HU
6.2 Table ronde : Avis denseignants sur la participation des projets de lUE
Magorzata Zajczkowska, PL - Lidia Minza, RO - Thomas Roche, IE - Isabel Fonseca, PT -
Mateja Grai, SI
7. Portals and resources I
Modratrice : Monica Menapace (DG RTD), BE
7.0 Systmes auteur, partage et annotation de ressources denseignement numrique
concernant lenseignement scientique bas sur le questionnement
**
Pascal Craeye, BE
7.1 Systmes auteur, partage et annotation de ressources denseignement numrique
concernant lenseignement scientique bas sur le questionnement
Mart Laanpere, EE
7.2 Plate-forme Irrika : une formule pour librer les jeunes des pouvoirs cosmiques
de Doraemon
Lorea Arakistain & Eneritz Muguruza, ES
7.3 Open Science Resources : vers le dveloppement dun rfrentiel numrique
partag pour lenseignement scientique formel et informel
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR
7.4 Science in School : le meilleur de lenseignement scientique et de la recherche
Marlene Rau, DE

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Stoclet (rez-de-chausse). Les salles dexposition se trouvent au premier tage.
** Discours liminaire (20+5 minutes).
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sessions parallles
Mini pause
12:10 - 12:15

Mini pause
12:10 - 12:15

Mini pause
12:10 - 12:15
13:00 - 14:15 DJEUNER
14:15 - 16:00
8. Outils et expriences
Modratrice : Cristina Gabellieri (DG RTD), BE
8.0 CERN@school : quand les lves abordent la recherche physique relle
**
Becky Parker, UK
8.1 Les lves ralisent des mesures de temps prcises avec AUDACITY
Vclav Piska, CZ
8.2 Young Academy on Wheels: les meilleurs jeunes scientiques nerlandais expliquent
lessence de la science aux coles
Alex Verkade, NL
8.3 Greenlight for Girls
Cheryl D. Miller, BE
8.4 Galile et la pratique du tir larc : illustration des fondements de la physique classique
Philippe Leonard, BE
9 Sciences, muses et parcs de loisirs
Modrateur : Antonio Gomes da Costa, BE
9.0 Festivals des Sciences : dialogue seul seul
**
Peter Rebernik, AT
9.1 Comparaison entre les muses scientiques et les attractions touristiques
britanniques
Michael Cassidy, UK
9.2 COASTER- Collaboration sur les sciences de lamusement et les ressources
ducationnelles en technologie
Ann-Marie Pendrill, SE
9.3 Technopolis : prsentation de latelier Lnergie est notre avenir
Patricia Verheyden, BE
9.4 Utilisation du muse archologique dans lenseignement scientique
Ela Koksal, TR
10. Portails et ressources II
Modrateur : Terje Tuisk, EE
10.0 Enseignement spatial : lultime frontire ?
**
Ellen Geerts, BE
10.1 Classe Zro mission : dun puzzle un centre dateliers interactifs et des outils
en ligne
Sandra Vanhove, BE
10.2 En qute dternit association entre enseignement et recherche scientique
Yuri Matteman, NL
10.3 Inquiry-to-Insight : outils numrique denseignement sur le changement
climatique
Graldine Fauville, SE
10.4 I-CLEEN : amlioration dune approche base sur le questionnement concernant
les sciences de la Terre dans les classes italiennes
Matteo Cattadori, IT
Session plnire de clture SALLE : Ballroom
Discours de clture : conclusions
Scientix science experts panel, EU
Marc Durando, Directeur Excutif, European Schoolnet, BE
Remarques nales
Gilles Laroche, Chef dunit, Direction Gnrale de la Recherche et de lInnovation,
Commission Europenne, BE

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16.00 - 18.00 Registrierung
18.15 - 19.00
19.00 - 20.00 Poster- und Ausstellungssession
20.00 Abendtreffen
Konferenzerffnung
(gedolmetscht vom Englischen ins Franzsische und Deutsche)
Wilkommensansprache
Robert-Jan Smits, Generaldirektor der GeneraldirektionForschung und Innovation,
Europische Kommission, BE
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
Moderiert von Marc Durando, geschftsfhrender Direktor, European Schoolnet, BE

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11.00 - 11.30 KAFFEEPAUSE / Poster- und Ausstellungssession
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11.30 - 13.00
13.00 - 14.15 MITTAGESSEN / Poster- und Ausstellungssession
*
14.15 - 15.45
Parallele Sessions in
einzelnen Gruppen
Mini pause
14.55 - 15.00
Plenarveranstaltung 1
(gedolmetscht vom Englischen ins Franzsische und Deutsche)
Einfhrung in das Scientix Projekt und in die Konferenz
Peter Fabian-Hajek, GeneraldirektionForschung und Innovation, Europische Kommission, BE
gueda Gras-Velzquez, European Schoolnet, BE
Plenarvortrag
Naturwissenschaftliche Erziehung : von entscheidender Bedeutung fr die Zukunft Europas
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
Plenarveranstaltung 2
(gedolmetscht vom Englischen ins Franzsische und Deutsche)
EU Projekte fr LehrerInnen
25 3-mintige Prsentationen um jeden der Stnde vorzustellen
Moderation: Yves Beernaert & Magda Kirsch
1. Proles
2. Hands-On-Universe
3. S-TEAM
4. INQUIRE
5. SCeTGo
6. Primas
7. STENCIL
8. SEEP
9. Photonics Explorer
10. Fibonacci
11. EUNAWE
12. Science on Stage
13. Dynalearn
14. SPICE
15. Carboschools
16. Pollen
17. eBug
18. Establilsh
19. CoReect
20. Sis.Net
21. Pathway
22. Eurydice
23. GAPP
24. Helena
25. Materials Science
1. Wissenschaftspdagogische Forschung
Moderator: Jaume Ametller, UK
1.0 Bereit fr eine wissenschaftspdagogische Forscherlaufbahn?
**
Mariam Benjdia, BE
1.1 Das Forschungsprojekt KidsINNscience: bertragbarkeit innovativer Anstze in
der naturwissenschaftlichen Erziehung
Nadia Prauhart, AT
1.2 Das Projekt ActiMath: Verbesserung des Leistungsniveaus der Lernenden in Mathematik
Tim Neijens, BE
1.3 Das Projekt zum unterhaltsamen Lernen Edutainment: Cartoons knnen den
Kindern helfen, wissenschaftliche Fcher zu lernen!
Sai Pathmanathan, UK
1.4 Die wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeit fr die Sekundarstufe 2 Junior Thesis kann die
Kluft zwischen tertirer und sekundrer Bildunsstufe berbrcken helfen
Anne-Lotte Masson, NL

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* Die Liste der Poster kann in der ausfhrlichen Programmbeschreibung der Konferenz eingesehen werden. Poster knnen in den Rumen Arabesque,
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14.55 - 15.00

Mini pause
14.50 - 15.10
15.45 - 16.15 KAFFEEPAUSE / Poster- und Ausstellungssession
*
16.15 - 17.45
Parallele Sessions in
einzelnen Gruppen
Mini pause
16.55 - 17.00


Mini pause
16.55 - 17.00

Mini pause
16.50 - 17.10
2. Naturwissenschaftliche Erziehung: auerhalb der
eingetretenen Pfade
Moderatorin: Nora Milotay (DG EAC), BE
2.0 AthenaWeb, Dein Link zu Naturwissenschaftlichen Videos!
**
Kathleen Van Damme, BE
2.1 Die Wissenschaftsausstellung The Science Fair: Beispiele von Musik und Liedtexten
als kreatives und knstlerisches Medium zur Kommunikation und Erziehung im
Wissenschaftsbereich
Oded Ben-Horin, NO
2.2 Das Projekt SiS Catalyst ChilDr.en zur Untersttzung der Vernderungsprozesse
in Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft
Tricia Jenkins, UK
2.3 Das Projekt Click here for ACTION: Zur Implementierung von Clickers im
naturwissenschaftlichen Unterricht Erfahrungen und Gerte
Annemie Vermeyen, BE
2.4 Das Projekt Ignition
*
: Kinder anregen, Mathematik, Naturwissenschaften,
Technologie und Technik als kreative Fcher anzusehen
Rick Hall, UK
Mini workshops I
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini workshops II
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
3. EU Projeke fr ForscherInnen
Moderatorin: Kitty Fehringer (DG RTD), BE
3.0 EU Initiativen zur Untersttzung der forschenden Berufe
**
Peter van der Hijden, BE
3.1 Wissenschaftlicher Sommercampus: Frderung der Interaktion zwischen
Jugendlichen und realen Akteuren im Bereich Wissenschaft und Technik
Ana Mara Correas Galn, ES
3.2 Das Projekt SECURE: Empfehlungen, wie man das Interesse der Lernenden an
Mathematik, Wissenschaft und Technologie ab dem frhen Kindesalter wecken kann
Wim Peeters, BE
3.3 Lehrerfortbildung als Mittel fr systemische Innovationen in der naturwissenschaftlichen Erziehung
Volker Ulm, DE
3.4 Wissenschaft selbst gemacht Die Lernenden nehmen Naturwissenschaft
in die eigenen Hnde
Wouter van Joolingen, NL
4. Zusammenarbeit mit den Schulen
Moderator: Eugenio Rivire (DG EAC), BE
4.0 eTwinning: Die Gemeinschaft fr Schulen in Europa
**
Anne Gilleran, BE
4.1 Die Einbeziehung von Lernenden in eTwinning Projekte fr das Fach Mathematik
Irina Vasilescu, RO
4.2 Runder Tisch: Die Schulen der Zukunft
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR - Sergey Lowjagin, RU - Stephen Harris, AU - Manfred Lohr, AT
Mini workshops III
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini workshops IV
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms

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RAUM : Vision
RAUM : Klimt
RAUM : Ballroom
*** 3 x 10 Mini-Workshops von 12 minuten Lnge. Jede TeilnehmerIn kann nur an einer einzigen Mini-Workshop Session teilnehmen (I, II, III oder IV)
und 3 verschiedene Themen auswhlen. Anmeldung fr die Mini-Workshops ist bei Registration fr die Konferenz am Freitag Abend oder Samstag
Frh. Teilnahmepltze sind limitiert und werden nach dem wer zuerst kommt, mahlt zuerst Prinzip verteilt.
18
17.45 - 18.30 Poster- und Ausstellungssession
20.00 - 20.30 Konzert : Die Science Fair Jazz Musik mit Texten zu
naturwissenschaftlichen Themen
20.30 - 22.30 Abendessen mit Unterhaltung (Wissenschaftsquiz)
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Mini pause
10.10 - 10.15

Mini pause
10.10 - 10.15
11.00 - 11.30 KAFFEEPAUSE / Poster- und Ausstellungssession
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5. Wissenschaft, Industrie & Schulen
Moderatorin: Mara-Teresa Cuartero Lausn (DG RTD), BE
5.0 Learning by Doing- Zusammenarbeit zwischen Schulen und Industrien
**
Timo Sorsa, FI
5.1 Programm fr kleine WissenschaftlerInnen: Die Frderung von innovativen Methoden
naturwissenschaftlichen Lehrens in Kolumbien
Margarita Gmez, CO
5.2 Das Programm fr naturwissenschaftliche Praktika: Ciencia Viva Science
Internships Programme
Carlos Catalo Alves, PT
5.3 Naturwissenschaften und Technologie in gypten
Ola Laurence, EG
5.4 Eine einheitliche Plattform fr den Technikunterricht zum Thema eingebettete Systeme
Mihajlo Katona, RS
6. Lehrerkooperationen
Moderator: Peter Fabian-Hajek (DG RTD), BE
6.0 Lehrernetzwerke zur Erneuerung der naturwissenschaftlichen Erziehung: zwei
Anstze aus Ungarn
**
Monika Reti, HU
6.1 Aktivitten, Erfolg und Erfahrungen der Roland Etvs Physical Society
Csaba Sksd, HU
6.2 Runder Tisch: Die Erfahrungen der LehrerInnen bei der Teilnahme an EU Projekten
Magorzata Zajczkowska, PL - Lidia Minza, RO - Thomas Roche, IE - Isabel Fonseca, PT -
Mateja Grai, SI
7. Portale und Ressourcen I
Moderator: Monica Menapace (DG RTD), BE
7.0 Datenbanken fr Ressourcen: LRE, Scientix und KlasCement als Beispiele
**
Pascal Craeye, BE
7.1 Authoring, Verbreitung und Annotierung digitaler Lernressourcen in der explorativen
naturwissenschaftlichen Erziehung
Mart Laanpere, EE
7.2 Die Irrika Plattform: eine Formel, um die Jugendlichen von der kosmischen Macht
Doraemons zu befreien
Lorea Arakistain & Eneritz Muguruza, ES
7.3 Offene naturwissenschaftliche Ressourcen: Zur Entwicklung von gemeinsamen digitalen
Datenbanken fr die formelle und informelle naturwissenschaftliche Erziehung
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR
7.4 Naturwissenschaft in den Schulen:Die besten Leistungen der naturwissenschaftlichen
Erziehung und Forschung hervorheben
Marlene Rau, DE

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Mosaic, Stoclet (im Erdgeschoss) aufgefunden werden. Die Ausstellungssessionen nden in den Ausstellungsrumen im ersten Stock statt.
** Plenarvortrag (20+5 Minuten).
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Parallele Sessions in
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Mini pause
12.10 - 12.15

Mini pause
12.10 - 12.15


Mini pause
12.10 - 12.15
13.00 - 14.15 MITTAGESSEN
14.15 - 16.00
8. Tools und Experimente
Moderatorin: Cristina Gabellieri (DG RTD), BE
8.0 Das Projekt der europischen Organisation fr Kernforschung CERN@school:
Wenn Lernende sich an realer physikalischer Forschung beteiligen
**
Becky Parker, UK
8.1 SchlerInnen fhren Ihre eigenen przisen Zeitmessungen anhand der Open
Source Anwendung AUDACITY vor
Vclav Piska, CZ
8.2 Das Projekt Young Academy on Wheels: Fhrende niederlndische
WissenschaftlerInnen gehen in die Schule, um den Lernenden die wesentliche
Bedeutung der Naturwissenschaften zu vermitteln
Alex Verkade, NL
8.3 Greenlight for Girls
Cheryl D. Miller, BE
8.4 Galileo und die Kunst des Bogenschieens: Eine Veranschaulischung der Grundlagen
der klassischen Physik
Philippe Leonard, BE
9. Wissenschaft, Museen und Vergngungsparks
Moderator: Antonio Gomes da Costa, BE
9.0 Naturwissenschafts Festival: Dialog von Person zu Person
**
Peter Rebernik, AT
9.1 Eine Gegenberstellung von britischen Museen und Besucherattraktionen
Michael Cassidy, UK
9.2 Das Projekt COASTER- Das Zusammenwirken von Unterhaltungsforschung und
pdagogischen Ressourcen zur technologischen Erziehung
Ann-Marie Pendrill, SE
9.3 Technopolis: ein Einblick in den Workshop Energy for the Future
Patricia Verheyden, BE
9.4 Das Nutzen archologischer Museen in der naturwissenschaftlichen Erziehung
Ela Koksal, TR
10. Portale und Ressourcen II
Moderator: Terje Tuisk, EE
10.0 Weltraumerziehung: Die endgltige Grenze?
**
Ellen Geerts, BE
10.1 Das Projekt zum Klimawandel und zur Emmissionsreduzierung in der Schule und
zuhause Class Zero Emission: vom Puzzle-Spiel zum interaktiven Workshop-
Center und zu Online-Tools
Sandra Vanhove, BE
10.2 Ich mchte ewig leben Das Zusammenspiel von naturwissenschaftlicher
Erziehung unf Forschung
Yuri Matteman, NL
10.3 Das E-Learning Projekt Inquiry-to-Insight: ein Angebot an digitalen
pdagogischen Tools zur Problematik des Klimawandels
Graldine Fauville, SE
10.4 Das Projekt I-CLEEN- Zur Weiterentwicklung des explorativen Ansatzes in
den Erdsystemwissenschaften fr den Klassenunterricht in Italien
Matteo Cattadori, IT
Abschlieende Plenarveranstaltung RAUM : Ballroom
Abschlussreden: Fazit
Scientix science experts panel, EU
Marc Durando, geschftsfhrender Direktor, European Schoolnet, BE
Schlussbemerkungen
Gilles Laroche, Referatsleiter, GeneraldirektionForschung und Innovation, Europische Kommission, BE

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11.00 - 11.30 PRZERWA NA KAW/ Plakaty i wystawa
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11.30 - 13.00
13.00 - 14.15 LUNCH / Plakaty i wystawa
*
14:15 - 15:45
Podzia:
Sesje rwnolege
Mini przerwa
14.55 - 15.00
Sesja plenarna 1 (Tumaczenie z angielskiego na francuski i niemiecki) SALA : Ballroom
Wprowadzenie do Scientix i konferencji
Peter Fabian-Hajek, Dyrekcja Generalna ds. Bada Naukowych i Innowacji, Komisja Europejska, BE
gueda Gras-Velzquez, European Schoolnet, BE
Przemwienie inauguracyjne
Nauczanie przedmiotw cisych: krytyczne dla przyszoci Europy
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
Sesja plenarna 2 (Tumaczenie z angielskiego na francuski i niemiecki) SALA : Ballroom
Projekty UE dla nauczycieli
25 3-minutowych zwiastunw tego co nauczyciele mog znale na stoiskach
Moderatorzy: Yves Beernaert & Magda Kirsch
1. Proles
2. Hands-On-Universe
3. S-TEAM
4. INQUIRE
5. SCeTGo
6. Primas
7. STENCIL
8. SEEP
9. Photonics Explorer
10. Fibonacci
11. EUNAWE
12. Science on Stage
13. Dynalearn
14. SPICE
15. Carboschools
16. Pollen
17. eBug
18. Establilsh
19. CoReect
20. Sis.Net
21. Pathway
22. Eurydice
23. GAPP
24. Helena
25. Materials Science
1. Badania nad nauczaniem przedmiotw cisych
Moderator: Jaume Ametller, UK
1.0 Czy moesz zacz karier w Nauczaniu Przedmiotw cisych
**
Mariam Benjdia, BE
1.1 KidsINNscience: przenoszalno innowacyjnych metodyk przedmiotw cisych
Nadia Prauhart, AT
1.2 ActiMath: poprawa wynikw w matematyce
Tim Neijens, BE
1.3 Edutainment: lmy rysunkowe mog pomc dzieciom w przyswajaniu
przedmiotw cisych
Sai Pathmanathan, UK
1.4 Rozprawa maturalna jako sposb wypenienia luki pomidzy edukacj drugiego
i trzeciego stopnia
Anne-Lotte Masson, NL

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Stoiska znajduj si w salach wystawniczych (pitro 1).
** Przemwienie inauguracyjne (20+5 minut).
16.00 - 18.00 Rejestracja
18:15 - 19:00
19.00 - 20.00 Plakaty i wystawa
20.00 Kolacja powitalna
Otwarcie Konferencji (Tumaczenie z angielskiego na francuski i niemiecki) SALA : Ballroom
Powitanie
Robert-Jan Smits, Dyrektor Generalny Dyrekcji Generalnej ds. Bada Naukowych i Innowacji,
Komisja Europejska, BE
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
Prowadzi Marc Durando, Executive Director, European Schoolnet, BE

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Mini przerwa
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*
16.15 - 17.45
Podzia:
Sesje rwnolege
Mini przerwa
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Mini przerwa
16.55 - 17.00

Mini przerwa
16.50 - 17.10
2. Nauczanie przedmiotw cisych: mylenie poza
ograniczeniami
Moderator: Nora Milotay (DG EAC), BE
2.0 AthenaWeb, , Twj naukowy kana wideo!
**
Kathleen Van Damme, BE
2.1 The Science Fair: Muzyka i Sowa jako medium kreatywnej komunikacji
artystycznej i edukacji przedmiotw cisych
Oded Ben-Horin, NO
2.2 SiS Catalyst: Dzieci jako Motor Zmiany w Nauce i Spoeczestwie
Tricia Jenkins, UK
2.3 Przycisk DZIAANIA: O wdroeniu klikw w szkole - dowiadczenia i urzdzenia
Annemie Vermeyen, BE
2.4 Ignition
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: zachcanie modziey do postrzegania przedmiotw cisych jako kreatywnych
Rick Hall, UK
Mini warsztaty I
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini warsztaty II
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
3. Projekty UE dla naukowcw
Moderator: Kitty Fehringer (DG RTD), BE
3.0 Inicjatywy UE we wsparciu zawodw naukowych
**
Peter van der Hijden, BE
3.1 Letni Kampus Naukowy: spotkania modziey z osobami odgrywajcymi istotne
role w nauce i technologii
Ana Mara Correas Galn, ES
3.2 Projekt SECURE: wskazwki jak podnie zainteresowanie przedmiotami cisymi
w najmodszym wieku
Wim Peeters, BE
3.3 Systemowe Innowacje w Nauczaniu Przedmiotw cisych poprzez Ksztacenie
Nauczycieli w pracy
Volker Ulm, DE
3.4 Nauka tworzona przez ciebie-Wkadamy nauk do rk ucznia
Wouter van Joolingen, NL
4. Wsppraca midzyszkolna
Moderator: Eugenio Rivire (DG EAC), BE
4.0 eTwinning: Spoeczno szk europejskich
**
Anne Gilleran, BE
4.1 Angaowanie uczniw w projekty eTwinning dotyczce Matematyki
Irina Vasilescu, RO
4.2 Okrgy st: Szkoy przyszoci
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR - Sergey Lowjagin, RU - Stephen Harris, AU - Manfred Lohr, AT
Mini warsztaty III
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini warsztaty IV
***
1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms

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SALA: Vision
SALA: Klimt
SALA: Ballroom
*** 12 minutowe warsztaty 3 x 10 Kady z uczestnikw moe wzi udzia w jednej sesji mini-warsztatw i wybra 3 rne tematy. Zapisanie si
na mini-warsztaty jest wymagane podczas rejestracji na konferencj w pitek wieczorem lub w sobot rano; miejsca zostan przydzielone w
kolejnoci zapisw.
SALA: Vision
SALA: Klimt
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17.45 - 18.30 Plakaty i wystawa
20.00 - 20.30 Koncert: Jarmark Naukowy - Jazz z naukowym tekstem
20.30 - 22.30 Kolacja z rozrywk (Quiz Naukowy)
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Mini przerwa
10.10 - 10.15

Mini przerwa
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11.00 - 11.30 PRZERWA NA KAW / Plakaty i wystawa
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5. Nauka i przemys a Szkoa
Moderator: Mara-Teresa Cuartero Lausn (DG RTD), BE
5.0 Nauka przez praktyk - wsppraca midzy szkoami i przmysem
**
Timo Sorsa, FI
5.1 Program Mali Naukowcy pielgnacja metodyki nowatorskiego nauczania przedmiotw
cisych w Kolumbii
Margarita Gmez, CO
5.2 Stae naukowe Ciencia Viva Science
Carlos Catalo Alves, PT
5.3 Nauka i Technologia w Egipcie
Ola Laurence, EG
5.4 Jednolita Platforma dla nauczania technologii w Systemach Zanurzonych
Mihajlo Katona, RS
6. Stowarzyszenia nauczycieli
Moderator: Peter Fabian-Hajek (DG RTD), BE
6.0 Sieci Nauczycielskie dla odnowienia nauczania przedmiotw cisych dwa
przykady z Wgier
**
Monika Reti, HU
6.1 Dziaania, sukcesy i dowiadczenia Towarzystwa Fizycznego im Roland Etvs
Csaba Sksd, HU
6.2 Okrgy st: Impresje nauczycieli z uczestnictwa w projektach UE
Magorzata Zajczkowska, PL - Lidia Minza, RO - Thomas Roche, IE - Isabel Fonseca, PT -
Mateja Grai, SI
7. Portal i zasoby I
Moderator: Monica Menapace (DG RTD), BE
7.0 Repozytoria zasobw: LRE, Scientix and KlasCement jako przykady
**
Pascal Craeye, BE
7.1 Tworzenie, Udostpnianie i Komentowanie Cyfrowych Pomocy Dydaktycznych
w Nauczaniu Przedmiotw cisych przez Dociekanie
Mart Laanpere, EE
7.2 Platforma Irrika: sposb na uwolnienie modziey od si kosmicznych Doraemona
Lorea Arakistain & Eneritz Muguruza, ES
7.3 Open Science Resources: budowa Wsplnego Repozytorium Cyfrowego dla
formalnej i nieformalnej edukacji w przedmiotach cisych
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR
7.4 Przedmioty cise najlepsze osignicia w nauczaniu przedmiotw cisych i badaniach
Marlene Rau, DE
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** Przemwienie inauguracyjne (20+5 minut).
SALA : Ballroom
SALA: Vision
SALA: Klimt
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Podzia:
Sesje rwnolege
Mini przerwa
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Mini przerwa
12.10 - 12.15

Mini przerwa
12.10 - 12.15
13.00 - 14.15 LUNCH
14.15 - 16.00
8. Narzdzia i eksperymenty
Moderator: Cristina Gabellieri (DG RTD), BE
8.0 CERN@school: uczniowie bior udzia prawdziwych badaniach w zyce
**
Becky Parker, UK
8.1 Uczniowie i ich wasne dokadne pomiary czasu z AUDACITY
Vclav Piska, CZ
8.2 Akademia Modziey na Koach: czoowi modzi naukowcy Holandii sigaj do szk
pokazujc istot nauki
Alex Verkade, NL
8.3 Greenlight for Girls
Cheryl D. Miller, BE
8.4 Galileusz a Trening ucznikw Przedstawienie podstaw Fizyki Klasycznej
Philippe Leonard, BE
9 Muzea naukowe i parki rozrywki
Moderator: Antonio Gomes da Costa, BE
9.0 Festiwale nauki : dialog interpersonalny
**
Peter Rebernik, AT
9.1 Porwnanie brytyjskich muzew nauki i atrakcje dla zwiedzajcych
Michael Cassidy, UK
9.2 COASTER - Wsppraca w Nauce dla Zabawy i Pomocach Dydaktycznych
Ann-Marie Pendrill, SE
9.3 Technopolis: spojrzenie na warsztaty Energia dla Przyszoci
Patricia Verheyden, BE
9.4 Wykorzystanie muzeum archeologicznego w nauczaniu przedmiotw cisych
Ela Koksal, TR
10. Portale i zasoby II
Moderator: Terje Tuisk, EE
10.0 Edukacja o kosmosie: Ostatnia granica?
**
Ellen Geerts, BE
10.1 Emisja zero: od zagadki do interaktywnych warsztatw i narzdzi online
Sandra Vanhove, BE
10.2 Chc y wiecznie... edukacja i badania naukowe
Yuri Matteman, NL
10.3 Inquiry-to-Insight: cyfrowe pomoce dydaktyczne na temat zmian klimatycznych
Graldine Fauville, SE
10.4 I-CLEEN: Nauczanie przez dociekanie - Nauki o Ziemi w szkoach we Woszech
Matteo Cattadori, IT
Zamykajaca sesja plenarna SALA : Ballroom
Zamknicie wystpienia: podsumowania
Scientix science experts panel, EU
Marc Durando, Executive Director, European Schoolnet, BE
Uwagi kocowe
Gilles Laroche, Kierownik Dziau, Dyrekcja Generalna ds. Bada Naukowych i Innowacji,
Komisja Europejska, BE

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18:15 - 19:00
19:00 - 20:00 Psters y exposiciones
20:00 Reunin informativa
Conferencia inaugural (Traducida del ingls al francs y al alemn) SALA : Ballroom
Discurso de bienvenida
Robert-Jan Smits, Director General del Direccin General de Investigacin e Innovacin,
Comisin Europea, BE
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
Moderado por Marc Durando, Director Ejecutivo, European Schoolnet, BE

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*
14:15 - 15:45
Sesiones paralelas
Mini pausa
14:55 - 15:00
Sesin plenaria 1 (Traducida del ingls al francs y al alemn) SALA : Ballroom
Presentacin de Scientix y de las jornadas
Peter Fabian-Hajek, Direccin General de Investigacin e Innovacin, Comisin Europea, BE
gueda Gras-Velzquez, European Schoolnet, BE
Discurso de apertura
La enseanza de las ciencias: vital para el futuro de Europa
Sir John Holman, University of York, GB
Sesin plenaria 2 (Traducida del ingls al francs y al alemn) SALA : Ballroom
Proyectos de la UE para docentes
25 trailers de 3 minutos sobre lo que los profesores pueden encontrar en los stands de exposicins
Moderadores: Yves Beernaert y Magda Kirsch
1. Proles
2. Hands-On-Universe
3. S-TEAM
4. INQUIRE
5. SCeTGo
6. Primas
7. STENCIL
8. SEEP
9. Photonics Explorer
10. Fibonacci
11. EUNAWE
12. Science on Stage
13. Dynalearn
14. SPICE
15. Carboschools
16. Pollen
17. eBug
18. Establilsh
19. CoReect
20. Sis.Net
21. Pathway
22. Eurydice
23. GAPP
24. Helena
25. Materials Science
1. Investigacin en la enseanza de las ciencias
Moderador: Jaume Ametller, GB
1.0 Listo para empezar una trayectoria profesional investigadora en la enseanza
de las ciencias?
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Mariam Benjdia, BE
1.1 KidsINNscience: transferencia de enfoques innovadores en la enseanza de las ciencias
Nadia Prauhart, AT
1.2 ActiMath: mejorar el nivel de los estudiantes de matemticas
Tim Neijens, BE
1.3 Edutainment: Los dibujos animados ayudan a los nios a aprender ciencias!
Sai Pathmanathan, GB
1.4 La tesina como puente entre la enseanza secundaria y la superior
Anne-Lotte Masson, NL

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Mini pausa
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16:55 - 17:00

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2. La enseanza de las ciencias: pensamiento creativo
Moderadora: Nora Milotay (DG EAC), BE
2.0 AthenaWeb, Su canal de video de ciencias!
**
Kathleen Van Damme, BE
2.1 Feria de la ciencia: Un modelo de msica y canciones como soporte para la
comunicacin y la enseanza creativa y artstica de las ciencias
Oded Ben-Horin, NO
2.2 SiS Catalyst: los nios como agentes de cambio para la ciencia y la sociedad
Tricia Jenkins, UK
2.3 Haz clic aqu para la ACCIN: Internautas en el aula de ciencias, experiencias
y dispositivos
Annemie Vermeyen, BE
2.4 Ignition
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: fomentar una visin de las STEM como asignaturas creativas
Rick Hall, UK
Minitalleres I
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Minitalleres II
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
3. Proyectos de la UE para investigadores
Moderadora: Kitty Fehringer (DG RTD), BE
3.0 Iniciativas de la UE para apoyar la profesin del investigador
**
Peter van der Hijden, BE
3.1 Campus cientco de verano: fomentar la interaccin entre jvenes y
protagonistas reales de la ciencia y la tecnologa
Ana Mara Correas Galn, ES
3.2 El proyecto SECURE: recomendaciones para despertar el inters por las MCT
desde edades tempranas
Wim Peeters, BE
3.3 Systemic innovations of science education via in-service teacher education
Volker Ulm, DE
3.4 Science Created by You putting science in the hands of the learner
Wouter van Joolingen, NL
4. Colaboracin entre centros
Moderador: Eugenio Rivire (DG EAC), BE
4.0 eTwinning: La comunidad para los centros educativos europeos
**
Anne Gilleran, BE
4.1 Participacin de los estudiantes en los proyectos eTwinning de matemticas
Irina Vasilescu, RO
4.2 Round table: Schools of the Future
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR - Sergey Lowjagin, RU - Stephen Harris, AU - Manfred Lohr, AT
Minitalleres III
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Minitalleres III
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
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registro para los mini-talleres se requiere en el momento de la inscripcin para la conferencia, en la noche del viernes o sbado por la maana y
los lugares se asignarn de acuerdo con el orden de llegada.
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5. Ciencia, industria y escuela
Moderadora: Mara-Teresa Cuartero Lausn (DG RTD), BE
5.0 Aprender haciendo - colaboracin entre las escuelas y la industria
**
Timo Sorsa, FI
5.1 Programa Pequeos Cientcos: fomento de los mtodos innovadores de enseanza
de las ciencias en Colombia
Margarita Gmez, CO
5.2 El programa de prcticas cientcas Ciencia Viva
Carlos Catalo Alves, PT
5.3 Ciencias y Tecnologa en Egipto
Ola Laurence, EG
5.4 Programa Pequeos Cientcos: fomento de los mtodos innovadores de enseanza
de las ciencias en Colombia
Mihajlo Katona, RS
6. Asociaciones de docentes
Moderador: Peter Fabian-Hajek (DG RTD), BE
6.0 Redes de docentes para la renovacin de la enseanza de las ciencias:
dos enfoques desde Hungra
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Monika Reti, HU
6.1 Actividades, xitos y experiencias de la Roland Etvs Physical Society
Csaba Sksd, HU
6.2 Mesa redonda: Impresiones de docentes participantes en proyectos de la UE
Magorzata Zajczkowska, PL - Lidia Minza, RO - Thomas Roche, IE - Isabel Fonseca, PT -
Mateja Grai, SI
7. Portales y recursos I
Moderadora: Monica Menapace (DG RTD), BE
7.0 Repositorios de recursos: LRE, Scientix y KlasCement como ejemplos
**
Pascal Craeye, BE
7.1 Crear, compartir y explicar recursos pedaggicos digitales para la enseanza
de las ciencias basadas en la investigacin
Mart Laanpere, EE
7.2 Plataforma Irrika: una frmula para liberar a los jvenes de los poderes csmicos
de Doraemon
Lorea Arakistain & Eneritz Muguruza, ES
7.3 Recursos Cientcos Abiertos: hacia el desarrollo de un repositorio digital
compartido para la enseanza formal e informal de las ciencias
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR
7.4 Las ciencias en la escuela: lo mejor en la enseanza de las ciencias y en la investigacin
Marlene Rau, DE

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12:10 - 12:15

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Mini pausa
12:10 - 12:15
13:00 - 14:15 ALMUERZO
14:15 - 16:00
8. Herramientas y experimentos
Moderadora: Cristina Gabellieri (DG RTD), BE
8.0 CERN@school: cuando los estudiantes trabajan con investigaciones de fsica de verdad
**
Becky Parker, UK
8.1 Los alumnos hacen mediciones de tiempo con AUDACITY
Vclav Piska, CZ
8.2 La Joven Academia sobre ruedas: los mejores cientcos jvenes de los Pases Bajos
visitan los centros educativos haciendo nfasis en la esencia de la ciencia
Alex Verkade, NL
8.3 Greenlight for Girls
Cheryl D. Miller, BE
8.4 Galileo y el tiro con arco: ejemplos de conceptos bsicos de la fsica clsica
Philippe Leonard, BE
9 Ciencia, museos y parques de atracciones
Moderator: Antonio Gomes da Costa, BE
9.0 Festivales de Ciencia: dilogo cara a cara
**
Peter Rebernik, AT
9.1 Comparacin de los museos de ciencias de GB y las atracciones para
los visitantes Michael
Michael Cassidy, UK
9.2 COASTER: colaboracin en la ciencia del entretenimiento y los recursos
educativos tecnolgicos
Ann-Marie Pendrill, SE
9.3 Technopolis: un vistazo al taller Energa para el futuro
Patricia Verheyden, BE
9.4 Uso de los museos de arqueologa para la enseanza de las ciencias
Ela Koksal, TR
10. Portales y recursos II
Moderator: Terje Tuisk, EE
10.0 Enseanza del espacio: La ltima frontera?
**
Ellen Geerts, BE
10.1 Clase con cero emisiones: rompecabezas, centro de talleres interactivos
y herramientas en lnea
Sandra Vanhove, BE
10.2 Quiero vivir eternamente... combinar enseanza e investigacin cientca
Yuri Matteman, NL
10.3 Inquiry-to-Insight: herramientas pedaggicas digitales sobre el cambio climtico
Graldine Fauville, SE
10.4 I-CLEEN: mejora del enfoque basado en la investigacin para las ciencias
de la Tierra en las aulas italianas
Matteo Cattadori, IT
Sesin plenaria de clausura SALA : Ballroom
Discursos de clausura: Conclusiones
Scientix science experts panel, EU
Marc Durando, Director Ejecutivo, European Schoolnet, BE
Observaciones nales y prximos pasos
Gilles Laroche, Jefe dUnidad, Direccin General de Investigacin e Innovacin, Comisin Europea, BE

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18.15 - 19.00
19.00 - 20.00 Sessione poster e esposizioni
20.00 Cena di Benvenuto
Apertura del Convegno (Traduzione dallinglese in francese e tedesco) SALA : Ballroom
Saluto di benvenuto
Robert-Jan Smits, Director General della Direzione Generale della Ricerca e dellinnovazione,
Commissione Europea, BE
Sir John Holman, University of York, UK
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Sessioni parallele
Mini pausa
14.55 - 15.00
Sessione plenaria 1 (Traduzione dallinglese in francese e tedesco) SALA : Ballroom
Introduzione a Scientix e al convegno
Peter Fabian-Hajek, Direzione Generale della Ricerca e dellinnovazione , Commissione Europea, BE
gueda Gras-Velzquez, European Schoolnet, BE
Discorso principale
Leducazione scientica: cruciale per il futuro dellEuropa
Sir John Holman, UK
Sessione plenaria 2 (Traduzione dallinglese in francese e tedesco) SALA : Ballroom
Progetti UE per insegnanti
25 presentazioni di 3 minuti per mostrare agli insegnanti cosa possono trovare negli stand
Moderatori: Yves Beernaert & Magda Kirsch
1. Proles
2. Hands-On-Universe
3. S-TEAM
4. INQUIRE
5. SCeTGo
6. Primas
7. STENCIL
8. SEEP
9. Photonics Explorer
10. Fibonacci
11. EUNAWE
12. Science on Stage
13. Dynalearn
14. SPICE
15. Carboschools
16. Pollen
17. eBug
18. Establilsh
19. CoReect
20. Sis.Net
21. Pathway
22. Eurydice
23. GAPP
24. Helena
25. Materials Science
1. Ricerca sulla didattica delle scienze
Moderatore: Jaume Ametller, UK
1.0 Pronto a iniziare una professione come ricercatore nelleducazione scientica?
**
Mariam Benjdia, EC, BE
1.1 KidsINNscience: trasferibilit di approcci innovativi nelleducazione scientica
Nadia Prauhart, AT
1.2 ActiMath: migliorare il livello degli studenti in matematica
Tim Neijens, BE
1.3 Edutainment: i cartoni aiutano i bambini a imparare le scienze!
Sai Pathmanathan, UK
1.4 La tesi nale della scuola superiore come mezzo per ridurre il divario tra istruzione
secondaria e terziaria
Anne-Lotte Masson, NL

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Mini pausa
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16.50 - 17.10
2. Educazione scientica: pensare fuori dagli schemi
Moderatrice: Nora Milotay (DG EAC), BE
2.0 AthenaWeb, Il tuo canale di video scientici
**
Kathleen Van Damme, BE
2.1 La Fiera della Scienza: un modello di musiche e parole per comunicare la scienza
in modo creativo e artistico
Oded Ben-Horin, NO
2.2 Catalizzatore SiS: i bambini come promotori di cambiamento per la scienza e la societ
Tricia Jenkins, UK
2.3 Clicca qui per AGIRE: luso di clicker nellaula di scienze esperienze e dispositivi
Annemie Vermeyen, BE
2.4 Ignition
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: incoraggiare i giovani alunni a considerare le scienze, la tecnologia,
lingegneria e la matematica come materie creative
Rick Hall, UK
Mini workshop I
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini workshop II
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
3. Progetti UE per ricercatori
Moderatrice: Kitty Fehringer (DG RTD), BE
3.0 Iniziative UE per supportare le professioni nel settore della ricerca
**
Peter van der Hijden, BE
3.1 Campus scientico estivo: promuovere linterazione tra i giovani e i reali
protagonisti della scienza e della tecnologia
Ana Mara Correas Galn, ES
3.2 Il progetto SECURE : raccomandazioni su come suscitare interesse per la matematica,
le scienze e la tecnologia sin dalla prima infanzia
Wim Peeters, BE
3.3 Innovazioni sistemiche nell educazione scientica tramite la formazione in servizio
degli insegnanti
Volker Ulm, DE
3.4 La scienza creata da te Mettere la scienza nelle mani del discente
Wouter van Joolingen, NL
4. Collaborazione tra scuole
Moderatore: Eugenio Rivire (DG EAC), BE
4.0 eTwinning: La comunit delle scuole europee
**
Anne Gilleran, BE
4.1 Coinvolgere gli studenti nei progetti eTwinning riguardanti la matematica
Irina Vasilescu, RO
4.2 Tavola rotonda: Scuole del Futuro
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR - Sergey Lowjagin, RU - Stephen Harris, AU - Manfred Lohr, AT
Mini workshop III
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
6. Moodle - 7. Twitter - 8. Basic HTML - 9. Scientic posters - 10. Google forms
Mini workshop IV
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1. Geogebra - 2. Blogs - 3. SecondLife - 4. Xperimania - 5. Nanoyou
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argomenti. La registrazione per i mini-w. si effettuer durante la registrazione per la conferenza venerd sera o sabato mattina. I posti saranno assegnati
in base allordine di registrazione (primo arrivato, primo servito).
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20.00 - 20.30 Concerto: La Fiera della Scienza Musica Jazz con testi scientici
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5. Scienza & Industria e Scuole
Moderatrice: Mara-Teresa Cuartero Lausn (DG RTD), BE
5.0 Learning by Doing- collaborazione fra scuole e industri
**
Timo Sorsa, FI
5.1 Programma Piccoli Scienziati: promuovere metodi innovativi per linsegnamento delle
scienze in Colombia
Margarita Gmez, CO
5.2 Il Programma di Stage Scientico Ciencia Viva
Carlos Catalo Alves, PT
5.3 Scienza e Tecnologia in Egitto
Ola Laurence, EG
5.4 Una piattaforma unicata per lo studio dellingegneria in sistemi incorporati
Mihajlo Katona, RS
6. Associazioni di insegnanti
Moderatore: Peter Fabian-Hajek (DG RTD), BE
6.0 Reti di insegnanti per rinnovare leducazione scientica: due approcci ungheresi
**
Monika Reti, HU
6.1 Attivit, successi e esperienze della Roland Etvs Physical Society
Csaba Sksd, HU
6.2 Tavola rotonda: Impressioni degli insegnanti sulla partecipazione ai progetti UE
Magorzata Zajczkowska, PL - Lidia Minza, RO - Thomas Roche, IE - Isabel Fonseca, PT -
Mateja Grai, SI
7. Portali e Risorse I
Moderatrice: Monica Menapace (DG RTD), BE
7.0 Archivi di risorse : LRE, Scientix e KlasCement come esempi
**
Pascal Craeye, BE
7.1 Creare, condividere e annotare risorse didattiche digitali sulleducazione scientica
basata sullindagine
Mart Laanpere, EE
7.2 La piattaforme Irrika: una formula per liberare i giovani dai poteri cosmici di Doraemon
Lorea Arakistain, ES - Eneritz Muguruza, ES
7.3 Risorse scientiche aperte: verso lo sviluppo di un archivio digitale condiviso per
leducazione scientica formale e informale
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR
7.4 Le scienze a scuola: evidenziare il meglio dellinsegnamento e della ricerca in
campo scientico
Marlene Rau, DE

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12.10 - 12.15

Mini pausa
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Mini pausa
12.10 - 12.15
13.00 - 14.15 PRANZO
14.15 - 16.00
8. Strumenti e esperimenti
Moderatrice: Cristina Gabellieri (DG RTD), BE
8.0 CERN@school: quando gli studenti sono coinvolti in vere ricerche di sica
**
Becky Parker, UK
8.1 Gli alunni fanno le proprie precise misurazioni del tempo con AUDACITY
Vclav Piska, CZ
8.2 La Giovane Accademia su Ruote: giovani eminenti scienziati olandesi contattano le
scuole per spiegare lessenza della scienza
Alex Verkade, NL
8.3 Greenlight for Girls
Cheryl D. Miller, BE
8.4 Galileo e la pratica del tiro con larco: esemplicare la base della sica classica
Philippe Leonard, BE
9. Scienza, musei e parchi di divertimento
Moderatore: Antonio Gomes da Costa, BE
9.0 Festival di Scienze : Dialogo da persona a persona
**
Peter Rebernik, AT
9.1 Un confronto tra i musei della scienza e le attrazioni per visitatori nel Regno Unito
Michael Cassidy, UK
9.2 COASTER Collaborazione per divertenti risorse per leducazione scientica e tecnologica
Ann-Marie Pendrill, SE
9.3 Technopolis: uno sguardo al workshop Energia per il Futuro
Patricia Verheyden, BE
9.4 Uso del museo archeologico nell educazione scientica
Ela Koksal, TR
10. Portali e risorse II
Moderatrice: Terje Tuisk, EE
10.0 Educazione alla Scienza dello Spazio: lultima frontiera
**
Ellen Geerts, BE
10.1 Emissioni Classe Zero: dal puzzle al centro di workshop interattivo e agli strumenti online
Sandra Vanhove, BE
10.2 Voglio vivere per sempre istruzione e ricerca scientica unite
Yuri Matteman, NL
10.3 Inquiry-to-Insight: fornire strumenti didattici digitali sui cambiamenti climatici
Graldine Fauville, SE
10.4 I-CLEEN: Promuovere lapproccio basato sullindagine alle Scienze del Sistema
Terra nelle classi italiane
Matteo Cattadori, IT
Plenaria di chiusura SALA : Ballroom
Discorsi di chiusura: conclusioni
Scientix science experts panel, EU
Marc Durando, Executive Director, European Schoolnet, BE
Chiusura dei lavori
Gilles Laroche, Capo dUnit, Direzione Generale della Ricerca e dellinnovazione,
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KEYNOTE SPEAKER
SCIENCE EDUCATION: CRITICAL FOR EUROPES FUTURE
Sir John Holman, UK
Science is critical to Europes economic and cultural future, and science is underpinned
by education. I will identify some of the key challenges in the quest for a science
education system that meets the needs of both the future scientist and the future
citizen, and I will propose some priorities for the future, looking particularly at teachers,
technology and the curriculum.
Sir John Holman is a Professor in the Chemistry Department, University of York,
UK. He was Director of the National Science Learning Centre from 2004 to 2010, and
advisor to the British government as National STEM Director. He has wide experience as
an educational researcher, curriculum developer and school principal. He was knighted
in 2010, for services to education.
EU PROJECTS FOR TEACHERS
1. PROFILES
Coordinator: Freie Universitt Berlin (FUB), DE
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Claus Bolte, DE
PROFILES (Professional Reection-Oriented Focus on Inquiry-based Learning and Education through Science) promotes
inquiry-based science education (IBSE) by helping science teachers to develop more effective ways of teaching students,
with the support of various science education actors. The project is based on teacher partnerships aiming to implement
existing, exemplary context-led, IBSE-focused science teaching materials. Long-term teacher training courses based
on challenges relevant for the participants will improve their skills in developing creative scientic problem-solving and
socio-scientic related learning environments. A further aim is the dissemination of approaches, reactions from different
actors and insights from accompanying evaluation, with strong use of the Internet and other media
2. HANDS-ON-UNIVERSE
Coordinator: Universit Pierre et Marie Curie, FR
Funding scheme: LLP (DG EAC)
Presenter: Roger Ferlet, FR
The EU-HOU project is a collaboration of hundreds of teachers and scientists from 14 countries with the purpose
of creating a way for students to get excited by science, primarily through the use of astronomy. Astronomy
is one of the most popular subjects for students of all ages, and the chance to use real astronomical data to
investigate volcanoes and craters on Mars or the moons of Jupiter, to discover a new planet outside our solar
system, or to weigh a galaxy, can engage our students in the wonders of scientic discovery, and arouse the
natural scientist inside all young and old people alike.
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3. S-TEAM
Coordinator: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NO
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Peter Grey, NO
The S-TEAM: Science-Teacher Education Advanced Methods project was created to change the way science is
taught in schools across Europe and beyond. It focuses on teacher education and teachers professional development
activities, and aims to make it easier for teachers to use inquiry-based or investigative methods when teaching
science. S-TEAM draws upon a wide range of existing knowledge about how to teach science effectively. This
knowledge is shared between teachers, schools, national systems and researchers, and new materials and methods
are developed collaboratively.
4. INQUIRE
Coordinator: Universitt Innsbruck, Institute of Botany (LFU), AT
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Suzanne Kapelari, AT
INQUIRE will be developing and offering a one-year practically based IBSE teacher training course that will reach out
to hundreds of teachers, and in turn thousands of children, in 11 European countries. The course is run through 14
Botanic Gardens and Natural History Museums some of Europes most inspirational cultural and learning institutions.
These places act as catalysts, training and supporting teachers and educators to develop their prociency in IBSE
and become reective practitioners.
5. SCETGO
Coordinator: Heureka Science Centre, FI
Funding scheme: LLP (DG EAC)
Presenter: Angelos Lazoudis, GR
SCeTGo is an innovative project that relies on mixed reality (MR) and brings to a schools classroom learning experiences
similar to those gained by visiting intriguing exhibits in science centers. In particular, SCeTGo has developed a series
of ve miniature exhibits that illustrate various physical phenomena linked to secondary school curricula: sound wave
propagation, rigid body (double cone) motion on an inclined plane, wing dynamics, wave-particle duality and gas
particle velocity distribution. Furthermore, each miniature exhibit is supported by advanced educational materials
(including pedagogically designed lesson plans, tutorials and MR software guides).
6. PRIMAS
Coordinator: University of Education, Freiburg Institute for Mathematics Education, DE
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Katja Maass, DE
The PRIMAS project seeks to support teachers in developing pedagogies to use inquiry-based teaching strategies in
maths and the science subjects, and thus to give students rst-hand experience of scientic inquiry and the exciting
world of science. To achieve these goals, PRIMAS provides teaching materials, teacher training and other supporting
actions for teachers. Additionally, the project provides support to a wider group of stakeholders and networks by
organising information meetings and events also for parents, students and politicians.
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8. SEEP
Coordinator: Universit degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi - Telematica, IT
Funding scheme: LLP (DG EAC)
Presenter: Sergio Bianchi, IT
SEEP (Science Education European Platform), a Comenius Network Project, is a network of teachers, teacher trainers
and policy makers who are working together to better inform European students about science trends, studying
science options and professional possibilities. The network activities include online discussion forums, research, and
training workshops. The main output is the SEEP Science Teaching Resources (S.T.A.R.), the networks publishing and
broadcasting platform whose contents are generated through the networks research and video production activities.
9. PHOTONICS EXPLORER
Coordinator: VUB, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, BE
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Amrita Prasad, BE
EXPEKT is an EU funded project supporting the development of the Photonics Explorer- a Photonics kit for European
secondary schools. This kit aims to equip secondary school teachers and students with class sets of experimental
equipment for hands-on experiments, provided within a complete didactic framework. The Photonics Explorer will be
distributed free of charge in conjunction with teacher training courses. The rst prototypes will be completed in July 2011,
translated into seven languages and then be tested for four months at schools, in seven European countries.
10. FIBONACCI
Coordinator: Ecole Normale Suprieure, FR
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Patricia Corieri, BE
Based on two previous projects, Pollen and Sinus-Transfer, mentioned in the Rocard report Science Education
NOW! (2007) as reference projects for Europe, the Fibonacci project aims at a wide dissemination of IBSME in Europe
from 12 Reference Centres to 25 Twin Centres, in ways that t with national or local specicities. The dissemination
process is done through the tutoring of the Twin Centres, considered as Reference Centres in progress, by institutions
with high recognition in science and mathematics education. It will enable a blueprint to be dened for a transfer
methodology valid for further Reference Centres in Europe.
7. STENCIL
Coordinator: Amiti srl, IT
Funding scheme: LLP (DG EAC)
Presenter: Francesca Magre, IT
STENCIL a European Comenius Network including 21 members from 9 European countries offers science teachers,
schools, school principals, policymakers and other practitioners of science education a platform the STENCIL web
portal to encourage joint reection and European co-operation. The projects main objectives are to identify and
promote innovative practices in science teaching, by publishing an Annual Report and to disseminate materials and
outcomes from previous EU funded projects, and from isolated science education initiatives, through the STENCIL
web portal and its national communities, as well as through international conferences and national events.
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11. EUNAWE
Coordinator: European Universe Awareness, Leiden University, NL
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Pedro Russo, NL
The EUNAWE programme uses the beauty and grandeur of the Universe to encourage young children, particularly
those from an underprivileged background, to have an interest in science and technology and foster their sense of
global citizenship from the earliest age. EUNAWE is already active in 40 countries and comprises a global network
of almost 500 astronomers, teachers and other educators. The programme has recently received an EU grant in
order to be implemented in ve European countries and in South Africa, including the organization of teacher training
courses and the development of hands-on material for children.
12. SCIENCE ON STAGE
Coordinator: Science on Stage Germany, DE
Funding scheme: FP6 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Stefanie Schlunk, DE
Science on Stage Europe (SonSEu) is a European initiative designed to encourage teachers from across Europe
to share best practice in science teaching. The initiative consists of a network of 27 National Steering Committees
(NSCs) which are groups of highly motivated pedagogues and educational experts acting as the interface to reach the
national science teachers. The NSCs are responsible to organise national activities; they promote the overall project
and select excellent projects to represent their country at the European Science on Stage festivals.
13. DYNALEARN
Coordinator: University of Amsterdam, NL
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Bert Bredeweg, NL
The DynaLearn project develops an individualised and engaging cognitive tool for learners in secondary and higher
education (undergraduate) to acquire conceptual knowledge. Specically, diagrammatic representations are used to help
learners to articulate, analyse and communicate their ideas. These representations are models and can be simulated,
which stimulates reective thought on the part of learners, because it confronts them with the logical consequences of their
ideas and insights as expressed in the models. Moreover, within the learning environment a set of embodied conversational
agents (with different competencies) are situated and available for learners to further analyse and improve their models.
This interaction is steered using knowledge technology that generates feedback based on a growing repository of models
(partly made by experts). The development of the workbench is tuned to t key topics from environmental science
curricula, and evaluated and further improved in the context of existing curricula using case studies.
14. SPICE
Coordinator: European Schoolnet, BE
Funding scheme: LLP (DG EAC)
Presenter: Barbora Grenerov, CZ
The primary objective of the SPICE project is to collect, analyse, validate and share innovative pedagogical practices,
particularly those using inquiry-based learning, whilst enhancing pupils interest in the sciences. SPICE involves
teachers and experts from 16 participating countries who selected 24 good practices (GPs) to be transposed and
tried out in schools in other countries. Results of the trials will be shared at a summer school organised in the Czech
Republic on 26-29 August 2011.The good practice criteria will allow new projects to have guidelines to ensure their
innovation and quality.
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15. CARBOSCHOOLS
Coordinator: Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Frderung der Wissenschaften E.V., DE
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Martin Goedhart, NL
In the EU project Carboschools nine climate research institutes in seven countries developed student activities in
collaboration with secondary schools. In these activities - including sampling, measuring, modeling and data-analysis
- students are involved in authentic scientic research. The project aims at inuencing students opinions on science
and school science and their ideas on climate change and the environment. In an extensive evaluation study we
measured students opinions on the projects and their attitude changes with a special focus on gender.
16. POLLEN
Coordinator: cole Normale Suprieure, FR and P.A.U. Education, ES
Funding scheme: FP6 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Claudia Alsina, ES
The Pollen project is above all a community approach to promote science education in Europe. This presentation will
highlight the results of the assessment of the school-community collaboration developed during the implementation
of the project (2006-2009): the nature of the collaboration, how communities respond to the needs of schools, and
how school activities reect community priorities.
17. EBUG
Coordinator: Health Protection Agency, UK
Funding scheme: DG-SANCO, HPA
Presenter: Donna Lecky, UK
Comprising a consortium of 18 EU partner countries, e-Bug has developed and disseminated a school antibiotic and
hygiene education resource across Europe. The research period indicated that school curricula in all partner countries
cover basic human health, microbes and hygiene, but few cover antibiotic resistance. On the project website
www.e-Bug.eu, teachers can download free lesson packs that make teaching about micro-organisms, antibiotics
and hygiene fun and easy. Students can nd games, revision guides, fascinating facts, microbe of the week, home
science activities and much more. e-Bug is available in all EU languages.
18. ESTABLISH
Coordinator: Dublin City University, IE
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Eilish McLoughlin, IE
The aim of ESTABLISH is to facilitate and implement inquiry-based science education (IBSE) drawing together over
60 partners from across 11 European countries and involving the stakeholders that make change possible (teachers
and teacher educators, students and parents, policy makers and the scientic industrial community).The outcomes
of this project will be materials and models for teacher education, at both pre- and in-service levels, and a large team
of teachers across Europe whom are skilled and condent in their use of IBSE.
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19. COREFLECT
Coordinator: Cyprus University of Technology, CY
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Eleni A. Kyza, CY
CoReect is a three year (2008-2011) research programme bringing together eight diverse and multi-disciplinary
teams from seven European states. The consortium seeks to promote evidence-based practice in science teaching
and learning, by collaborating to iteratively design, enact, critique and research project- and problem-based innovative
inquiry learning environments. These socio-scientic environments, which are hosted on the STOCHASMOS web-
based teaching and learning platform, combine data-rich scientic rigour with the exibility and easy modiability that
is needed for widespread adoption and use. Each web-based learning environment is available in English and one
other European language and can be adapted by teachers using the STOCHASMOS authoring environment.
20. SIS.NET
Coordinator: DG RTD
Funding scheme: DG RTD
Presenter: Aalheiur Jnsdttir, IS
EUROSiS is the pan-European Network of the Science in Society National Contact Points. Its main objectives are to
provide information about the FP7 SiS Programme to European stakeholders, to provide support and assistance to
the European SiS community, to promote the participation of stakeholders in SiS actions and to raise awareness of
the funding opportunities offered by the SiS programme.
21. PATHWAY
Coordinator: Z-MNU (Centre for Maths & Science Education), University of Bayreuth, DE
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Franz Bogner, DE
Pathway brings together experts in the eld of science education research and teacher communities, scientists
and researchers involved in pioneering scientic research, policy makers and curriculum developers to promote the
effective and widespread use of inquiry and problem based science teaching techniques in primary and secondary
schools in Europe and beyond. The project team aims to facilitate the development of communities of practitioners
of inquiry that will specically enable the teacher community to learn from one another.
22. EURYDICE
Coordinator: EACEA
Funding scheme:
Presenter: Bernadette Forsthuber, BE
This study deals with one of the priority areas of the Education and Training 2020 process of the EC and is linked
to a 2020 EU benchmark on basic skills. The study will deal with national strategies and policies regarding science
teaching and learning at primary and secondary levels. It will include background material of international survey
data (PISA and TIMSS), as well as a review of the research literature linked to the topics covered. These include,
more specically, the measures taken to improve motivation, raise positive attitudes towards science (among girls
in particular) and improve attainment in science subjects. The curricular organisation and its content, the learning
objectives and pupil assessment processes will be examined as well as the education of teachers in the eld.
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23. GAPP
Coordinator: Fondazione IDIS Citt della Scienza, IT
Funding scheme: FP6 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Flora Di Martino, IT
The GAPP project has acted by establishing an integrated process of qualitative research and developing new practices
in science communication and education. The project used innovative participatory methods, among which in-depth
interviews, focus groups and open space technology workshops and proposed a range of pilot activities linking the
research activities with concrete actions involving scientists, engineers and professionals with S&T backgrounds from
the public and private sectors who participated in different phases of the project.
24. HELENA
Coordinator: Lyi studij centras, Centre for Gender Studies, LT
Funding scheme: FP7 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Anne-Sophie Godfroy, FR
Participation in engineering occupations is a key issue for European economic and technical development. Some
studies indicate that the lack of interdisciplinary subjects in E&T curricula is acting as a deterrent to potential E&T
students, both male and female. The aim of the HELENA project is to question or conrm this statement and to provide
indications about how to launch such measures and monitor the results obtained. The study is grounded on empirical
research about traditional E&T curricula in Europe and will compare them with selected pilot degree courses, which
have successfully integrated societal impacts in their engineering and technology (E&T) degree courses all over Europe.
25. MATERIALS SCIENCE
Coordinator: University of Cyprus, CY
Funding scheme: FP6 (DG RTD)
Presenter: Costas Constantinou, CY
The project includes the development of a mechanism for focusing the combined collaborative efforts of experienced
science education researchers and science teachers in using established principles and knowledge in order to solve
teaching-learning problems in specic domains such as Materials Science. An international expert group has guided
the process of developing and validating innovative modules of research-based teaching-learning materials that can
be implemented independently of the systemic, cultural, organizational and language barriers which generally impede
transfer of educational programmes from one educational system to another.
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1.0 READY TO START A RESEARCH CAREER IN SCIENCE EDUCATION?
*
Mariam Benjdia, BE
European Commission is keen to present two EU programmes aiming at education and
training of young researchers: Marie Curie Action Initial Training Networks (ITN) and Erasmus
Mundus. Both programmes offer funding opportunities to mobile young people who are
at the very beginning of their research career and wish to undertake a PhD. The Marie
Curie ITN projects offer rst-class research training combining geographical mobility with
an interdisciplinary and intersectoral approach. Erasmus Mundus projects insist on wide
geographical mobility, excellence of training programme and the award of joint masters and
doctorate degrees.
1.1 KIDSINNSCIENCE: TRANSFERABILITY OF INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN SCIENCE EDUCATION
Nadia Prauhart, AT
KidsINNscience - Innovation in Science Education Turning Kids on to Science is a research project involving ten
partners in Europe and Latin America. It aims to identify and promote innovative approaches for teaching and learning
science, adapt and test them for implementation in mainstream schools and develop innovation strategies for science
and technology (S&T) education in all participating countries.
1.2 ACTIMATH: IMPROVING STUDENTS LEVEL IN MATHS
Tim Neijens, Annemie Vermeyen, Katrien Dhaeseleer, BE
The ActiMath project (University College KAHO Sint-Lieven, University K.U.Leuven) aims to close the gap in mathematics
between secondary education and higher education. Many starting college students fail their mathematics courses
because their foundation in mathematics is (too) weak. ActiMaths goal is to make an interactive and adaptable
remedial course for the student, usable for different teachers and bachelors/masters courses.
1.3 EDUTAINMENT: CARTOONS CAN HELP KIDS TO LEARN SCIENCE!
Sai Pathmanathan, UK
Creativity is increasingly needed in the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
In this study, recall of scientic information was assessed following the viewing of an entertainment cartoon (Finding
Nemo) and a live-action documentary (Deep Jungle) by 7-8 year olds (n=24) and 10-11 year olds (n=30), using pre-
and post-viewing questionnaires and interviews. Results suggest that entertainment media can have an important
role in developing young peoples scientic literacy and social learning.
1.4 THE JUNIOR THESIS AS A WAY TO REDUCE THE GAP BETWEEN SECONDARY AND TERTIARY
EDUCATION
Anne-Lotte Masson, NL
Around fteen years ago, the Dutch secondary school curriculum saw the introduction of the junior thesis, a project-
based assignment to test whether students have acquired the appropriate skills for higher education, based on their
chosen curriculum. This research aims to investigate how junior theses can promote student-scientist interaction
and bridge the gap between secondary and tertiary education while focusing on research done on a junior thesis
competition (Imagine...) as an example of best practice.
PARALLEL SESSIONS
SESSION 1: SCIENCE EDUCATION RESEARCH
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2.0 ATHENAWEB, YOUR SCIENCE VIDEO CHANNEL!
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Kathleen Van Damme, BE
AthenaWeb is a video portal and audiovisual workstation. Think of it as the YouTube for science
audiovisual professionals. It is a typical input-output system. Input comes from contributors
and partners who provide AthenaWeb with the news and lms, and other content to drive the
market place and events. The public can access 1,250 veried and accurate science lms in
full, in their native language produced by trusted sources (such as public TV stations, labs,
specialized producers organisations,) who do not wish to make a prot on the lm and are
in accordance with the rights and arrangements of the lm. Thanks to the support of DG RTD,
AthenaWeb services and online catalogue are completely free for viewers and contributors.
2.1 THE SCIENCE FAIR: A MODEL OF MUSIC AND LYRICS AS MEDIUMS OF CREATIVE AND ARTISTIC
SCIENCE COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION
Oded Ben-Horin, NO
The Science Fair (TSF) is a music ensemble which focuses on science communication and innovative concepts of
science education. Based on a collaboration with the Census of Marine Lifes MAR-ECO project (www.mar-eco.no),
TSF has worked with science organizations in the elds of genetics, consciousness, neuroscience and others, and
is currently in the process of developing a repertory for children and planning to produce school concert tours based
on the curriculum being taught.
2.2 SIS CATALYST: CHILDREN AS CHANGE AGENTS FOR SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
Tricia Jenkins, UK
SiS Catalyst: Children as Change Agents is a four year FP7 project funded by the European Commission. Its aim
is the mainstreaming of Science in Society activities through practical and easy delivery guidelines and support,
linked to a Pan-European Benchmarking and Mutual Agreement Process. The project builds on the EUCU.NET,
The European Childrens Universities Network with a specic focus on raising learning aspirations for young people,
particularly those currently unlikely to progress to higher education.
2.3 CLICK HERE FOR ACTION: ABOUT IMPLEMENTING CLICKERS IN THE SCIENCE CLASSROOM -
EXPERIENCES AND DEVICES
Annemie Vermeyen, Katrien Dhaeseleer, Lieselot Dendooven, Broos Fonck, BE
Clickers (student response systems) are in Europe a rather new technology which is used to promote (inter)active
learning for secondary and high school students. Several methods used to implement clickers in science lessons will
be presented, along with ndings and opinions of both teachers and students. This form of peer instruction, whether
or not combined with demo-experiments, appears to be a didactic method suitable for teaching both scientic
knowledge and attitudes.
2.4 IGNITION*: ENCOURAGING YOUNG PUPILS TO REGARD STEM AS CREATIVE SUBJECTS
Rick Hall, UK
Ignition* is a three year programme of creative approaches to the learning and teaching of STEM subjects involving
teachers, students, parents, artists, scientists, inventors, designers, engineers, lm-makers, writers and journalists.
Examples of programmes piloted in East Midlands region, UK, will be presented: Cosmos uses theatre to explore the
science of the universe; Little Egg is a lm animation made by children about evolution and bio-diversity; and Lab_13
is a space in a school managed by students where their experiments are driven by curiosity and imagination under
the guidance of an Inventor in Residence.
SESSION 2: SCIENCE EDUCATION THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX
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3.0 EU INITIATIVES TO SUPPORT THE RESEARCH PROFESSION
*
Peter van der Hijden, BE
The speaker will introduce recent EU initiatives as regards the training and career of researchers against the background
of the Europe 2020 Strategy, the Innovation Union and the completion of the European Research Area. He will refer
in particular to the envisaged Principles on Innovative Doctoral Training, the idea of setting up a European Framework
for Research Careers and preparations for a Pan-European Pension Fund for Researchers.
3.1 SCIENTIFIC SUMMER CAMPUS: PROMOTING INTERACTION BETWEEN YOUNG PEOPLE AND REAL
ACTORS OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Ana Mara Correas Galn & Roco Castrillo Cancela, ES
In 2010, the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology and the Spanish Ministry of Education launched the
Scientic Summer Campus programme, addressing 300 Secondary School students (aged 15 - 17), who spent
14 days in laboratories and research departments of 11 Spanish universities, bringing together researchers, teachers
and students. This year, 1200 students and 20 Universities will participate in the initiative.
3.2 THE SECURE PROJECT: RECOMMENDATIONS ON HOW TO RAISE INTEREST IN MST AT AN
EARLY AGE
Wim Peeters, BE
The partners of the Science Education Curriculum Research project believe that raising the interest of the 5 - 13 age
group, especially girls, might result in a more favourable bias towards MST. A number of recommendations to policy
makers will be based on a rigorous research programme that will scrutinise and compare existing MST curricula as
they are intended by the authorities, implemented by the teachers and perceived by the learners. This will be done in
10 partner countries, and for the 4, 8, 11 and 13 years-old learners.
3.3 SYSTEMIC INNOVATIONS OF SCIENCE EDUCATION VIA IN-SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION
Volker Ulm, DE
Activities aiming at innovations in science education in Europe should take the complexity of this system into account.
Initiatives should aim at incremental-evolutionary processes on the meta-level of beliefs and attitudes of all persons
involved, especially by reaching teachers notions and beliefs regarding teaching and learning processes. A pattern
realized by the EU funded project InnoMathEd for in-service teacher education activities constitutes a promising
approach to bridge the well-known gap between current pedagogical theories and common practice in school.
3.4 SCIENCE CREATED BY YOU - PUTTING SCIENCE IN THE HANDS OF THE LEARNER
Wouter van Joolingen, NL
The philosophy behind the Science Created by You (SCY) FP7 project is that learning science is a process of
creating knowledge by learners. SCY offers 12-18 year-old learners a set of tools to engage in scientic endeavours.
The products of learners work, called Emerging Learning Objects, can be stored in a repository and shared with
fellow learners. SCY has created its basic toolset as well as three missions that are currently evaluated in schools.
SESSION 3: EU PROJECTS FOR RESEARCHERS
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4.0 ETWINNING: THE COMMUNITY FOR SCHOOLS IN EUROPE
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Anne Gilleran, BE
eTwinning promotes school collaboration in Europe through the use of ICT by providing
support, tools and services to make it easy for schools to form short or long term partnerships
in any subject area. Launched in 2005 as the main action of the European Commissions
eLearning Programme, eTwinning has been rmly integrated in the LLP since 2007.
The eTwinning Portal, which now involves nearly 50,000 members and over 4,000 projects
between two or more schools across Europe, provides online tools for teachers to nd
partners, set up projects, share ideas, exchange best practices and start working together
immediately, using various customised tools.
4.1 INVOLVING STUDENTS IN MATHS ETWINNING PROJECTS
Irina Vasilescu, RO
The presentation is focused on a few ways to enhance the degree of students involvement in projects as well as on
specic examples of activities from several eTwinning Maths projects. Due to the specic features of Maths projects
and to the reputedly arid nature of the subject, they should have an incentive aspect, which can be achieved though
the types of activities that are planned, the degree of collaboration and the tools that are used. Mathematics can thus
become a vehicle for learning about the partners and for the mutual understanding of our cultural environment.
4.2 ROUND TABLE: SCHOOLS OF THE FUTURE
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR - Sergey Lowjagin, RU - Stephen Harris, AU - Manfred Lohr, AT
This round table will focus on how innovative schools are addressing science education and plans for the future.
It will discuss the integration of advanced technological tools in schools as well as possible connections between
schools and research institutions, informal centers and everyday life. Speakers will present cases from Greece,
Russia, Australia and Austria where research units have been developed inside schools. In particular, they will explain
what approaches can be used to integrate educational research in the school environment and their impact on the
organisation itself: Schools would be transformed in learning centers where teachers, students and parents could
work and contribute collaboratively.
SESSION 4: SCHOOL COLLABORATION
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5.0 LEARNING BY DOING COLLABORATION BETWEEN SCHOOLS AND INDUSTRY
*
Timo Sorsa, FI
Collaboration between Pivl School of Mathematics and Nokia Toijala Center showcases an
example of collaboration between a high school and industry. The work assignments are small-
scale R&D projects which are selected and planned so that the students can strongly inuence the
topics they work on and how the selected topics are approached. The majority of the students
work on software design but they can also select projects related to, e.g., graphical design,
sound design, electronics and new media. A long internship already at high school age helps to
develop a better match between the skills and competence of students and the industry needs.
5.1 LITTLE SCIENTISTS PROGRAMME: FOSTERING INNOVATIVE SCIENCE TEACHING METHODS IN
COLOMBIA
Margarita Gmez, CO
Pequeos Cientcos is an initiative of several institutions in Colombia (including universities and the private productive
sector) that for more than 10 years have been focusing on training in-service teachers in elementary schools, in
order to develop innovative teaching practices that promote scientic ideas, skills and attitudes, and inquiry-based
teaching. What has become a landmark project in Latin America also has the ambition to address the problem of the
quality of science education, from engineering to citizenship skills.
5.2 THE CINCIA VIVA SCIENCE INTERNSHIPS PROGRAMME
Carlos Catalo Alves, PT
A Cincia Viva national summer Science Internships Programme for secondary school students in Portugal is the
case study of a PhD dissertation at the University of Cambridge, UK. Over the last 14 years, 8,947 students worked
alongside scientists within the framework of a cooperation programme with research centres in both industry
and public institutions. It was found that the input of the scientic community in private and public R&D provides
opportunities for young students to have rst-hand contact with the culture and practices of science.
5.3 SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY IN EGYPT
Ola Laurence, EG
Science education in Egypt varies from traditional to modern approaches, the rst building a strong theoretical
tradition, and the second where new programmes and systems with more emphasis on research and experiments
are being introduced. The primary goal of the new generation science programmes is to reect the national interest of
having a scientically literate population and to face the current challenges of a critical shortage of trained teachers,
as well as a lack of materials and facilities. The goals of the educational reform include teachers empowerment by
improving their science teaching skills, applying innovative tools to deliver scientic knowledge to students using more
appealing methods, implementing informal education programmes, enhancing the presence of women in science at
all levels, and planning initiatives to engage academic researchers with the industrial community on specic themes.
5.4 A UNIFIED PLATFORM FOR ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
Mihajlo Katona, RS
Embedded systems are the invisible electronics and software that bring intelligence to objects, processes and devices.
In engineering education, a unied platform is required to cover a complete process of embedded systems learning,
considering modular approaches for unifying relevant embedded system technologies. The proposed platform (E2LP)
facilitates a novel development of a universal approach for learning process management in the area of ICT, thus
challenging the education of engineers in embedded systems design.
SESSION 5: SCIENCE & INDUSTRY AND SCHOOLS
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6.0 TEACHERS NETWORKS FOR RENEWING SCIENCE EDUCATION: TWO HUNGARIAN APPROACHES
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Monika Reti, HU
In Hungary, according to recent research ndings, teachers feel an intense need for feed-
back and support accompanied with willingness to share experiences and good practices.
The Hungarian Research Teachers Association is a unique initiative, which has launched
a training course for science teachers aiming to support inquiry-based approaches and
easy-to-prepare hands-ons. Together with two other public networks (Hungarian Research
Students and Biology Teachers Associations) they have started an R&D project identifying
inuential factors in MST teacher career choices as well as success factors from traditionally
popular and successful areas.
6.1 ACTIVITIES, SUCCESSES AND EXPERIENCES OF THE ROLAND ETVS PHYSICAL SOCIETY
(HUNGARY)
Csaba Sksd, HU
The Etvs Society was funded by the famous Hungarian physicist Roland Etvs, more than 100 years ago.
Nowadays, the society, which has more than 1200 members (mostly physics teachers and researchers, university
professors, members of the Academy of Sciences etc.) is behind the organisation of teacher training seminars,
countrywide physics competitions, coordination and edition of the Hungarian Scientic Physics Journal, and also the
organisation of the annual Physics Teachers conference.
6.2 ROUND TABLE: TEACHER PARTICIPATION IN EUROPEAN PROJECTS
Magorzata Zajczkowska, PL - Lidia Minza, RO - Thomas Roche, IE - Isabel Fonseca, PT - Mateja Grai, SI
This round table will focus on the benets and difculties for teachers in participating in European projects. Teachers
from different science projects will be invited to share their experience with the audience. Projects will be briey
presented and discussions will be about motivation for participation, what teachers expected and learned from the
projects and how they have organized the collaboration across countries.
SESSION 6: TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONS
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7.0 REPOSITORIES OF RESOURCES: LRE, SCIENTIX AND KLASCEMENT AS EXAMPLES
*
Pascal Craeye, BE
From national repositories to large scale repositories: advantages, uses and experiences.
KlasCement, the LREforschools and Scientix are user-friendly platforms targeted at teachers
and ensuring the regular dissemination and sharing of progress, know-how and best
practices in education in Europe, facilitating the exchange of learning resources and creating
rich communities of teaching and learning. Another particularity of these three portals is that
they give access to the same resources. The presentation will give a glimpse of teachers
uses, ratings, quality criteria, etc.
7.1 AUTHORING, SHARING AND ANNOTATING DIGITAL LEARNING RESOURCES ON INQUIRY-BASED
SCIENCE EDUCATION
Mart Laanpere, EE
S-TEAM is an FP7 Science-in-Society project which aims to disseminate IBSE teaching methods to the widest
possible range of teachers and teacher educators across Europe and associated countries, by providing a large
variety of digital learning resources (lesson videos, worksheets, interactive exercises and simulations, online course
packages, etc.). This presentation focuses on challenges met in this project with regard to authoring, versioning,
storing, promoting and annotating the digital resources produced by project partners.
7.2 THE IRRIKA PLATFORM: A FORMULA TO FREE YOUNG PEOPLE FROM DORAEMONS COSMIC
POWERS
Lorea Arakistain & Eneritz Muguruza, ES
The Irrika team believes young people should be educated to understand the reasons for things, having the criteria
to criticise what they receive, and able to come up with arguments. Above all, they should be encouraged to
be researchers, creators and entrepreneurs. How? With the Elhuyar Foundation formula and the Irrika platform,
information is the rst element in the formula, the second is activities to encourage people to participate, and the third
consists of live activities.
7.3 OPEN SCIENCE RESOURCES: TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SHARED DIGITAL
REPOSITORY FOR FORMAL AND INFORMAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
Sofoklis Sotiriou, GR
In an era where science education inadequacy in formal and informal contexts is becoming an increasingly challenging
issue, the OSR consortium brings together a balanced mix of high quality science museums and science centres,
teachers, educational technologists, metadata experts, user groups and standardization bodies, that all work together
towards a pan-European digital educational content standard.
7.4 SCIENCE IN SCHOOL: HIGHLIGHTING THE BEST IN SCIENCE TEACHING AND RESEARCH
Marlene Rau, DE
Are you looking for ideas for teaching modern science? Keen on innovative teaching activities? Like to keep up to date
with cutting-edge science? Searching for information about careers in science? Want to nd out about European events
for teachers? Wouldnt it be useful if there was one place where you could do all of this and even get involved in the
project? There is! Science in School, the free European journal for science teachers offers all this and more. Online
articles are published in many European languages and an English-language print version is distributed across Europe.
SESSION 7: PORTALS AND RESOURCES I
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8.0 CERN@SCHOOL: WHEN STUDENTS GET INTO REAL PHYSICS RESEARCH
*
Becky Parker, UK
CERN@school gives secondary schools across the UK the opportunity to become engaged
in university level physics research. It also provides the chance to have a real piece of
CERN technology which is used in the Large Hadron Collider. The main investigation is
into cosmic rays, using the detectors to gather data about secondary cosmic rays in the
atmosphere. The data gathered will be shared between all of the schools in the project so
that investigations can be carried out collaboratively.
8.1 PUPILS MAKE THEIR OWN PRECISE TIME MEASUREMENTS WITH AUDACITY
Vclav Piska, CZ
AUDACITY is a freeware for music processing. In addition to other interesting features it can measure short periods of
time (up to 0.1 microseconds). It allows you to measure fall time, engine speed, the speed of sound or the speed of
a bullet. All you need is a computer and a microphone. Most of students own this equipment - they can easily enter
home measurements and do their home projects.
8.2 THE YOUNG ACADEMY ON WHEELS: TOP YOUNG DUTCH SCIENTISTS REACH OUT TO SCHOOLS
WITH A FOCUS ON THE ESSENCE OF SCIENCE
Alex Verkade, NL
The Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences offers schools education about the essence of science in 2011 and 2012.
Winning a day-long visit from a bus lled with top young scientists, or downloading a free educational cards and
role-play game its up to the teacher. In both cases, students rst and foremost do not learn facts about science
subjects, but discover the essence of science itself.
8.3 GREENLIGHT FOR GIRLS: USING ROBOTS AND REAL-LIFE ROLE MODELS TO INSPIRE GIRLS
TO TACKLE STEM
Cheryl D. Miller, BE
Giving girls the greenlight to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics studies. Greenlight for Girls is
a new international NGO, based in Brussels, promoting STEM to girls of all ages. Success stories will be presented
on experimenting with and promoting new teaching and learning approaches, including professional-led workshops
in STEM as showcased in the recent Brussels Greenlight for Girls event.
8.4 GALILEO AND THE PRACTICE OF ARCHERY: EXEMPLIFYING THE BASIS OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS
Philippe Leonard, BE
In the early 17
th
century, through enigmas and experiments, Galileo brilliantly explained the composition of motion
and the laws of inertia. An experiment will show that an arrow propelled at a speed of almost 200 km/h through a
horizontal shot falls at the same time it moves forward, in a signicant way and even on a distance of a few meters
only. The superimposition of the vertical fall movement on that of the horizontal shot is particularly emphasized, as
well as the ratios between the falling distances for arrows shot at different speeds.
SESSION 8: TOOLS, EXPERIMENTS AND INITIATIVES
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9.0 SCIENCE FESTIVALS : DIALOGUE PERSON TO PERSON
*
Peter Rebernik, AT
There are many forms of science communication. In science festivals, citizens cannot only ask
their questions, but they can also see the fascination in the eyes of the enthusiastic scientists.
There are many different formats for such events: presentations, science theatre, science
taxi, rent-a-scientist, science parliaments, citizens forums, citizens debates, speed dating
with scientists, criminal science, touch-and-feel-events, science nights, visit-a-scientist etc.
EUSCEA is the association for such science communication events and a possibility to be
engaged in EU funded projects. EUSCEA has 101 member organisations from 37 states.
9.1 A COMPARISON OF UK SCIENCE MUSEUMS AND VISITOR ATTRACTIONS
Michael Cassidy, UK
The talk will contrast the organisational structure and guiding principles of both museums and science visitor attractions;
exploring the learning that binds them. Science museums have a long history and established collections, whilst
science visitor attractions have been developed more recently with a broad remit including education, entertainment
and urban regeneration. Both organisations aim to improve scientic literacy and the education of young people; but
there can be a tension between the aims of education and those additional responsibilities. This talk will explore that
tension using both educational and sociological perspectives.
9.2 COASTER: COLLABORATION ON AMUSEMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
RESOURCES
Ann-Marie Pendrill, SE
What technology is used to keep the riders safe? How does the body respond to the unusual motions - and how do
our different senses contribute to the experience? What forces act on the body - and how can they be calculated and
measured using different tools, from simple toys to advanced ICT applications? Collaboration between schools and
universities in Sweden and Denmark and the Liseberg, Grna Lund and Tivoli Gardens amusement parks enables
teachers and students to access a deeper understanding of the science involved.
9.3 TECHNOPOLIS: A GLIMPSE OF THE WORKSHOP ENERGY FOR THE FUTURE
Patricia Verheyden, BE
The Flemish science centre Technopolis is not only the perfect choice for an exciting and educational school
excursion; it also offers a wide variety of educational materials for teachers. Some educational packages are freely
downloadable; other workshops are given by Technopolis edutainers in the classroom. The workshop Energy for the
Future introduces children of 12-14 years to the fascinating world of renewable energy.
9.4 USE OF THE ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM IN SCIENCE EDUCATION
Ela Koksal, TR
The aim of this study is to exemplify how an archeological museum can be used for the purposes of science education.
A case study with elementary seventh grade students and their teachers will be presented.
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10.0 SPACE EDUCATION: THE FINAL FRONTIER?
*
Ellen Geerts, BE
Space is an excellent subject to make children familiar with science and technology but
research has shown that teachers feel insecure about their knowledge of the subject
and thus avoid communicating about it or do so in a not very exciting or interactive way.
ESERO provides high-quality educational material about space and astronomy for teachers,
organizes teacher training workshops and major events to introduce the theme space and
astronomy to kids and youngsters of various age groups.
10.1 CLASS ZERO EMISSION: FROM PUZZLE TO INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP CENTRE AND ONLINE TOOLS
Sandra Vanhove, BE
Around the model of a giant iceberg, CZE covers four distinct themes: Climate Change, the Polar Regions, Polar Science
& Exploration, Sustainable Energy. Special attention is paid to the zero emission research station Princess Elisabeth
Antarctica. Each of these areas makes use of creative teaching tools (3D puzzles, ash animations, photographs,
lms, science experiments, voting game, etc.). Educational materials (pedagogical materials, experimental booklet,
quizzes) are free for download from www.educapoles.org (NL, FR, EN).
10.2 I WANT TO LIVE FOREVER... EDUCATION AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH COMBINED
Yuri Matteman, NL
The EU Network of Excellence LifeSpan made the study of the link between development and ageing its prime
target of research, which led to develop a complete educational project on ageing. I want to live forever... has been
written for senior secondary school students studying biology. The lessons include scientic concepts and ideas of
the ageing process and are accompanied by several videos, in which scientists from the LifeSpan network talk about
their research.
10.3 INQUIRY-TO-INSIGHT: DELIVERING DIGITAL EDUCATION TOOLS ON CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES
Graldine Fauville, SE
The I2I project has developed digital tools for climate change education that are open-access and free: With the Acid
Ocean virtual lab students become virtual scientists studying the impact of ocean acidication on sea urchin larval
growth; the Carbon Footprint calculator gives students the opportunity to take a critical view of their own energy
consumption; and the Interactive virtual lecture/seminar on ocean acidication gives students the opportunity to
follow a real scientic talk at their own pace, browse the presentation, and leave questions for scientists to answer.
10.4 I-CLEEN: ENHANCING AN INQUIRY-BASED APPROACH TO EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES IN ITALIAN
CLASSROOMS
Matteo Cattadori, IT
I-CLEEN is a free instrument of cooperation for Italian teachers, aimed to support and enhance the practice of inquiry
in education. The main goal of the Inquiring on CLimate & Energy project is to select and publish as OER any resource
able to speed up the delicate and fundamental process of lesson preparation. The core of I-CLEEN is the database of
resources (most of all OER), enriched by a teachers team composing the editorial staff, which fulls criteria and rules
previously established according to international standards.
SESSION 10: PORTALS AND RESOURCES II
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POSTERS SESSION
1. My Astronomical and Physics Classes Tsetsa Hristova
2. Acquisitive Learning Thomas Roche
3. Human Immune System Sonja Arta & Maja Gerden
4. ICT and Easy Magnicent Interactive Experiments Beata Jarosievitz
5. Le Chateliers Principle: Which way is it, left or right? Natalija Bohinc
6. Promotion of Science with Fibonacci and Scientix Mateja Grai
7. Towards New Teaching in Mathematics Dagmar Raab
8. From Raffaello to Nanotechnology Daniela Ambrosi
9. ALIVE- Active Learning in Virtual Environment Maria Henriques & Rita Pauprio
10. Research and Practice in Science Education: Insights from
the traces project
Emilio Balzano, Ciro Minichini,
Francesco Cuomo, Marco Serpico
11. Nano bottom up - top down through Physics curricula Annamaria Lisotti
12. Why the High School Student Became a Wikipedia Editor... Mina Theolatou
13. Deforestation Magdalena Grigoras, Dan Grigoras,
Lucian Males
14. University Regional Research Consortium for Environment
Monitoring and Protection
Ovidiu Toma
15. Collaborative Mathematical Gazette on the Web Juan Jos Moreno-Balczar,
Juan Cuadra-Daz, Fernando Reche-Lorite
16. CrossUniverse Knowledge Sharing Gianni Panconesi
17. Teachers Views on the Effectiveness of Mobile Science
Laboratory
Mustafa Erol, U. Byk, R. ahingz
& M. F. Costa
18. Problematic Division Magorzata Zajczkowska, Ewa Zielinska
& Grazyna Gajlewicz
19. Digital support for Inquiry, Collaboration and Reection on
Socio-Scientic Debates: Project Co-Reect
Eleni Kyza, Georgia Michael
20. PERFORMASCIENZA Project. Drama workshops on the
history of science at school
Francesca Morgese & Viviana Vinci
21. The history of Science goes to School Liborio Dibattista
22. Pocketbike Project Broos Fonck, Tim Verheyden,
Annemie Vermeyen, Dany Verhertbrugge
23. Use of Bioassays in Earth Sciences Learning Maria Jos Martnez-Snchez,
Carmen Prez-Sirvent,
Maria Luz Garca-Lorenzo,
Manuel Hernndez-Crdoba
24. Driven Spinning Top Ioan Grosu
25. Scientix : The Community for Science Education in Europe Elose Grard
26. Let in the Future: Thinking Small to do Big Things Nadia Circu
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