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The final seminar

The final three-day seminar finalizing the international InEdu programme is now over. Thanks to the courtesy of the British Council, our partners from Austria, UK, and Ireland and our team could work right in the beautiful heart of Krakow’s Old Town – at the Grey House which is British Council headquarters located at the Main Market Square. During the seminar we focused on polishing the final version of the educational set. All teachers’ comments and suggestions will be a great help in preparing class scenarios, educational material and the Kamishibai theatre. The meeting provided a good occasion for us to meet the teachers who agreed to test the initial educational set. We could listen to their opinions and find out more about how the testing process was done in each country as well as to exchange observations and conclusions.

During the seminar we also participated in a workshop “What is a rock made of?” run by Marta Wróbel, a PhD student at the Department of Mineralogy, Petrography and Geochemistry, Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environmental Protection, AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. Our partners could then feel like the Children’s University students and see how the Question and Experiment Method works. The participants also visited interactive exhibitions at the Jagiellonian University Museum Collegium Maius, exchanged and shared their teaching experiences.

We are now finalizing the project by preparing the ultimate version of the educational set which will soon be distributed among participating teachers from Poland, Austria, Ireland and UK.

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