New publication by Mary Oliver and colleagues

Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) in science education has received much funding, promotion and policy support from the EU. But how do teachers view IBL? And what are their experiences of engaging in IBL? A recent publication by LSRI member Mary Oliver addresses these questions. The article, titled ‘Highly Recommended and Poorly Used: English and Spanish Science Teachers’ Views of Inquiry-based Learning (IBL) and its Enactment’, was a collaborative piece with colleagues from the University of Jaen, Spain, and the University of Nottingham, UK. Follow the link to find out about how science teachers in England and Spain view and enact Inquiry Based Learning. ...
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Journal Publication Success

Congratulations to Johnathan Halls on the publication of his first journal publication written in collaboration with his PhD supervisors Shaaron Ainsworth and Mary Oliver. If you would like to know more about the factors that influence young children's teleological reasoning read more about this here - https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09500693.2018.1451008...
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