The Fibonacci Project First European Conference

Raising aware­ness about Inquiry Based Science and Math­e­matics Educa­tion in Europe

21 - 22 September 2010, Bayreuth, Germany

The Inter­na­tional Confer­ence Bayreuth 2010 is seen as the starting confer­ence of the Fibonacci Project.

In accordance with the main objectives of the project, it will address the following issues:

  • Raising a broad awareness around the project objectives, involving in particular the scientific community.
  • Arousing interest among entities seeking to gain experience into inquiry-based science and mathematics education.
  • Emphasizing the role of learning environments.
  • Bridging the gap between IBSME theory and practice.
  • Organizing networks of cooperation for inquiry-based mathematics and science education.

Target audience: educationalists, researchers, scientists, policy makers and stakeholders.


Detailed information at the conference website