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Apprentissage des mathématiques et des sciences

2013/14 rapports des groupes:

Content-based approach and competence acquisition in teaching mathematics and scientific subjects (Group 85, Italy, 21-25 October 2013).

Bulgarian school experience of forming key competences in mathematics and science (Group 224, Bulgaria, 10-14 March 2014).

Sciences et TIC pour une école du futur (Group 225, Iralie, 24-28 mars 2014).

Creativity increase in science teaching and learning (Group 226, Poland, 07-10 April 2014).

Developing an experimental approach to science in primary schools (Group 227, France, 19-23 May 2014).


2012/13 rapports des groupes:

Teaching science in primary and secondary education (Group 85, Austria, 04-08 February 2012).

Development of key competences in mathematics and science (Group 224, Bulgaria, 11-15 March 2012).

Cross-curricular application of mathematics for 4-to-16 year-olds in England (Group 225, United Kingdom, 11-15 March 2013).

Outdoor science: using the natural world for teaching science (Group 226, United Kingdom, 18-22 March 2013).


2011/12 rapports des groupes:

Quality and cohesion in teaching science: collaboration across general education levels (Group 104, Denmark, 26-30 September 2011).

Innovation and creative approaches-Precondition for qualitative education (Group 105, Latvia, 03-07 October 2011).

New approaches to competence-based teaching and learning science (Group 106, Germany, 10-14 October 2011).

Bulgarian school experience of forming key competencies in mathematics and science (Group 227, Bulgaria, 19-22 March 2012).


2010/11 rapports des groupes:

Development of key competences in mathematics and science (Group 169, Bulgaria, 14-17 March 2011).

Une approche de l´attractivité des mathématiques et des sciences naturelles (Groupe 170, Italie, 10-13 Mai 2011).

Scientific and humanistic culture in astronomy (Group 171, France, 23-27 May 2011). 


2008/09 rapports des groupes:

Encouraging enjoyment of science education (Group 452, United Kingdom, 8-11 September 2008).

Physics and biomechanics for secondary school teachers - new trends.

Bridging the gap between research and science education (Group 454, Austria, 20-24 October 2008).

Laboratory sciences, a rapidly developing field (Group 455, Denmark, 21-24 October 2008).

Environmental education at school, university and in vocational training (Group 456, Italy, 24-26 November 2008).

In Darwin’s footsteps: effective biodiversity education through the outdoor classroom (Group 457, United Kingdom, 26-30 January 2009).