by Diana Radmann, & Franz Rauch (Alpen-Adria-Unversität Klagenfurt, Austria)
The PARRISE project was shared with 400 participants at the IMST-Conference which took place between the 23th – 25th September 2014 at the Alpen-Adria-Unversität Klagenfurt.
IMST stands for “Innovations Make Schools Top”. The aims of IMST are to establish a culture of IBL-based innovation and thus to strengthen the teaching of mathematics, information technology, natural sciences, technology, and related subjects (MINT) in Austrian schools.
Some information’s about the IMST-Conference, which is divided in three parts:
The first day of the Conference is dedicated to the didactics of specific subjects (biology chemistry, maths, German..) and the interdisciplinary exchange
The second day is a symposium under the motto “The school as living and as learning environment”
During the start-up-day, school projects from the 2013-2014 school, which were supported by IMST, are presented.
Contact Franz Rauch, head of the PARRISE team at Alpen-Adria-Unversität Klagenfurt