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Bulgarian Scenarios

#1: “Dream” and Reality

Promote the variety of existing opportunities to combine "dreams" (online tools, virtual reality, augmented reality and others) and "reality" (real places for educational visits) and how both of them can enrich the learning process, increasing students’ performance on the STEM disciplines.

Outline of Scenario #1 (in Burgarian) 

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL URL: http://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/5442916239540224

CODE: XJIN7

 

#2: Measure three times, cut once

The scenario goals is to familiarize teachers with non-traditianal methods and tools for fomative and summative assessment ot project work under the IBL framework in a team. 

Outline of Scenario #2 (in Burgarian) 

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL URL: http://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/5120748410634240

CODE: QMI0V

 

#3: Neither sees nor hears, but succeeds

The scenaro main goal is identification of the methods by which special educational needs (SEN) learners can be effectively involved in the trainings applying the IBL approach. 

Outline of Scenario #3 (in Burgarian) 

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL URL: http://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/5695616495648768

CODE: L0RWI

 

#4: Open air lessons – myth or not…

Teaching science, there is necessity of building common picture of the nature. It is natural this picture to be created in the nature. Open-air lessons by themselves are challenging for students and for teacher. The scenario is designed to support teachers to face these challenges.

Outline of Scenario #4 (in Burgarian) 

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL URL: http://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/4815860141129728

CODE: 6PPY7

 

#5: Detectives in the classroom

The scientific method is fundamental to the development of modern sciences. That is why the teaching sciences should be inextricably linked to the application of the Inquiry-based learning method. That would lead to the development of curiosity and research skills in the students.

Outline of Scenario #5  (in Burgarian) 

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL URL: http://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/5639227601584128

CODE: WXREE

 

#6: The challenges in the new ICT curriculum for 8-th grade

The scenario is dedicated to familiarize trainees with the new challenges in the new ICT curriculum for the 8. grade and to prepare them for teaching under its framework

Outline of Scenario #6  (in Burgarian) 

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL URL: http://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/5145710492123136

CODE: HNUGF

 

#7: Supporting gender-neutral approaches to STEM at home

Secondary teachers’ training should include elements that help parents in avoiding gender bias with their younger children as well as trying to balance previously established bias for the ones in secondary school. For this there is a need to raise awareness of teachers and parents of bias and to offer methodology to find solutions for balancing in their daily practice in a way that is based on true parental engagement.

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL: https://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/5695918821081088

CODE: B8KSB

#8: Overcoming personal bad experiences of parents for STEM success of their children

Traditionally STEM subjects are considered difficult and in public discourse it is considered natural that a student struggles with STEM subject, while arts subjects are considered differently. This is based on anecdotal, experiential parental approaches, mostly based on their own schooling experiences. The use of innovative teaching methodology and technology can help counterbalance this on two preliminary conditions: teachers’ awareness of this phenomenon and tools to change parental mindsets and attitudes.

Access to the digital scenario:

DojoIBL: https://dojo-ibl.appspot.com/#/inquiry/6205799084851200

CODE: THYQF

 

 

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