Tuesday, 16 February 2016
Sunday, 22 November 2015
The partners of Intact met for two days in the beautiful baroque city of Ludwigsburg where it all began 3 years ago. During the project meeting, the partners discussed exploitation strategies in order to guarantee the sustainability of INTACT and participated in a very fruitful self-evaluation workshop. A big thank you to all the partners, pilot teachers, contributors to the teaching resources, schools and stakeholders. It has been an incredible journey!
Friday, 2 October 2015
Monday, 20 July 2015
If you are looking for a space where teaching and learning can be interactive for several age levels, you landed in the right place. The INTACT platform allows you to use the existing catalogue or to adapt your own lessons, providing a device-independent opportunity in the classroom or at home.
Register at http://www.intactschools.eu/
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Monday, 15 June 2015
Steffen Schaal (University of Education Ludwigsburg) presented the INTACT platform at the "Annual Mentors' Day" of the Science Education Department at the University of Cambridge on Monday 15th of June 2015. Intense debate with the mentors of the Cambridge PGCE programme showed that the INTACT project did a good job. We are looking forward to having the INTACT platform also used by our colleagues at Cambridge.
Tuesday, 24 March 2015
Presentation of the INTACT project and platform at the International Conference “New perspectives in Science Education” in Florence, Italy, 20th March 2015.
Maria José Rodrigues along with her assistant Nuno Vales, presented the INTACT Project and our new platform in Florence, Italy on 21st March. During their presentation, based on "Sciences Education: Mobile resources for holistic learners", they focused on the importance of sciences in education and consequently in the INTACT project. At the same time, they demonstrated how the platform works and the feedback from the audience was quite positive. Several teachers from different countries declared interest in using our platform in order to break with the traditional teaching methods.