Reference centre

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European coordination

1, rue Maurice Arnoux
92120 Montrouge

Contact person

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David Jasmin
Fibonacci European coordinator

1, rue Maurice Arnoux
92120 Montrouge, France

Phone: +33 (0) 1 58 07 65 95

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National website containing information about Fibonacci

More information can be found in this PDF document: depliant_lamap_angl_light.pdf

Activities with the Fibonacci project

  • Management of the project.
  • Supervision of the scientific quality of the project (scientific coordination shared with University of Bayreuth).
  • Organisation of the project and functioning of the work flow and collaboration arrangements,
  • follow up of each RC and TC, including visits of each of them.
  • co-organisation of the seminars and conferences.

He is assisted for the European coordination of the project by Janick Rajoharison, Anne Lejeune and Raynald Belay.

Other related projects

  • a national team of about 20 persons, advocating for dissemination, empowering and public awareness of inquiry-based science education (IBSE) through conferences and seminars, expertise and recommendations, evaluation and assessment, training and publications...;
  • a large network of resource persons and associated trainers in France and abroad, all main actors and practitioners of science and technology education;
  • a decisive involvement of the scientific community, particularly through teachers coaching;
  • a continuous elaboration and dissemination of free pedagogical and scientific resources;
  • online library of free learning units and scientific documents with more than 300 activities for the classroom covering all scientific topics;
  • collaborative and interdisciplinary projects linking dozens of classes: On the steps of Eratosthenes; European discoveries; Living with the sun; Calendars, mirrors of the sky and cultures... See for instance (in English):
  • methodological guidelines and multimedia documents on teaching, training and sciences;
  • learning units, scientific publications and science kits edited with private publishers;
  • an itinerary exhibition: Teaching sciences at school: what an amazing story! (1830-2005).