Large Scale Experimentation Scenarios to Mainstream eLearning in Science, Methematics and Technology in Primary and Secondary Schools

The Inspiring Science Education innovation building methodology will include evaluation metrics and benchmarking activities, on the design and deployment of innovative Science learning practice and school organization change, by using the proposed eLearning tools and resources, while it will be coupled with an evaluation framework, evaluating progress on learning achievements, based on the PISA 2012 Framework for the assessment of the problem solving competence of the students, teacher professional development and school organization change, which will accompany and support the running of the pilots. This approach will offer the basis for the validation of the introduction of technology‐supported educational innovation in European schools, so that piloting and field testing results can be collated and analyzed systematically and then disseminated widely, thus ensuring real impact and widespread uptake. The impact of this large scale intervention will be assessed with a view to analyze enabling and inhibiting adoption factors while the usability of the selected educational tools and resources for Special Education purposes will be tested.

Principal Investigators
Tiemann, Rüdiger Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Details) (Didactics and Training/Learning research Chemistry)

Financer
Europäische Union (EU)

Duration of Project
Start date: 04/2013
End date: 07/2016

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