Scientific committee

The scientific coordination receives advice and orientation from a scientific committee made up of prestigious European experts.

The members of the scientifc committee

  • Justin Dillon (UK)
  • Harrie Eijkelhof (NETH)
  • Wynne Harlen (UK)

The two scientific coordinators David Jasmin and Peter Baptist are also members of this committee.

Short curriculum vitae of the members

Prof. Dr. Peter Baptist

Research activities:
Optimization Theory, Elementary Geometry, History of Mathematics, Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, Development of Dynamic Worksheets and Learning Environments, Dynamic Mathematics GEONExT.

Dr. Justin Dillon

Dr. Wynne Harlen

Dr. Wynne Harlen has held several high ranking positions in scientific education and research in the UK, including Sidney Jones Professor of Scientific education at the University of Liverpool and Director of the Scottish Council for Research in Education. She has an honorary position as Visiting Professor at the University of Bristol, England, although working from her home in Scotland. She acts as consultant to several primary/elementary school science projects in various countries and is currently committed to the IAP Scientific education Programme on the development of inquiry-based scientific education. She is the author of 28 books and of many journal articles and reports on scientific education, evaluation and student assessment.

Dr. David Jasmin

David Jasmin, a Phd in physics, has been working in science Education and Science popularization since 1995. He is a research Engineer in La main a la pate since 1997 and Head of this programme since 2005. He is the author and the editor of various books on primary science education. He is the scientific coordinator of the POLLEN Project.