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1 Rolle of the science society in the project (Ruka u testu) La main à la pâte in Serbia Stevan JOKIC, VINCA Institute of Nuclear Sciences, POB Belgrade, Serbia&Montenegro Vision en Astronomie infrarouge organisé en hommage de Pierre Léna, Observatoire de Paris,

2 Pierre Léna and La main à la pâte in Serbia Visit to Belgrade in 2003; Preface of George Charpak (Nobel prizer), Pierre Léna and Yves Quéré for the second edition of La main à la pâte book (ED. Serbian Physical Societi) -2004; Video conference for Serbian teachers in the frame of World Physic Year- 2005

3 French La main à la pâte team in Serbia Yves Quéré and David Jasmin; Fair of books in Belgrade: promotion of Graines de science 2, 3 and "Teaching sciences at school" and Lectures concerning La main à la pâte projects University of Nis and University of Novi Sad; David Wilgenbus participation to the 5th General Conference of the Balkan Union of Physics - BPU5 in Serbia; Renne Luis and Patricia Corrieli - seminnair in Belgrade;

4 What we have did to now The operation "La main à la pâte" has started in 2001; supported by the Serbian Physic Society;Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences; Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Education and Sport Ministry; the Science, Technology and Development Ministry; Euroscience - Serbia and Montenegro section; the Foreign Affairs Ministry - Direction of French and Cultural Cooperation; the Service of Cooperation and Cultural Action of the French Embassy in Belgrade (within the framework of its help program for publications); the Textbooks Publisher as well as a great number of university professors and researchers.. Since 2003, the Serbian Ministry of Education decided to propose an option "La main à la pâte - Discovering the World" (30 hours per year), for primary classes of 1st, 2nd and 3rd level (the equivalent in France of CP, CE1 and CE2 i.e. pupils of 6, 7 and 8 years old). This option allows to children a self- discovery of sciences through the experimental process and is currently followed by about 300 schools (approximately 20% of Serbian 1st level pupils).

5 Ressources for teachers in France Classroom protocols –Insights, french activities, Cd Roms, Videos, Pedagogical kits, Websites.

6 RESSOURCES FOR TEACHERS IN SERBIA - Translation and edition of the books "Graines de sciences 1-3" and ;"Teaching sciences at school; Translation "Graines de sciences 4-6" ; LEurope des decouverts; Découvrir le monde à l école maternelle; Translation and adaptation the Web pages of on serbian languagewww.inrp.fr/lamap

7 Activity of our teachers and children Teachers training; Activity in the primary school; International competition;

8 Teachers training

9 In primary school

10 COMPETITION EG-NAUT

11 PROJECT ERATOSTEN VIDEO LINK:ALEXANDRIA-GRENOBL- ASUAN-BELGRADE,

12 GNOMON

13 La main à la pâte - SOUTH - EAST EUROPE Presentation La main à la pâte project by Stevan Jokić on the 3rd Informal Conference of Ministers of Education of South-East Europe Strengthening the teaching profession as a driving force for development - 24 to 25 April 2004 – Istanbul FIRST SOUTH - EAST EUROPEAN SUMMER SCHOOL FOR HANDS ON PRIMARY SCIENCE EDUCATION JUNE 11-16, 2005, ZLATIBOR, SERBIA and MONTENEGRO

14 French La main à la pâte team and South-East Europe Yves Quére, Cecile de Hosson, Catherin Lecoq; Summer school is jointly organized by : Vinča Insitute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Euroscience-section for Serbia, Serbian Physical Society and Supported by: Serbian Ministry of Education and Sport, French Embassy in Belgrade, InterAcademy Panel(IAP)

15 Proceedings (pdf) Contents SCIENCE EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN IN FRANCE: THE LA MAIN Á LA PÂTE PROGRAMME Yves Quéré Yves Quéré MATHEMATICS AND HANDS ON METHODS Milosav Marjanovic Milosav Marjanovic A POSSIBLE THEORETICAL MOTIVATION FOR INQUIRY BASED SCIENCE LEARNING AND PRIMARY SCIENCE Sven-OlofHolmgren Sven-OlofHolmgren TEACHING SCIENCE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL: SERBIAN EXPERIENCE WITH THE PROJECT RUKA U TESTU (LA MAIN À LA PÂTE) Stevan Jokic Stevan Jokic NATURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR ALL NTA STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN Erik Saner Erik Saner DEFINE COMMON RECOMANDATIONS FOR TEACHERS TRAINING IMPLEMENTATION IN SOUTH- EAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN PRIMARY SCHOOL Cecile de Hosson Cecile de Hosson TRAINING SESSION FOR AN INQUIRY BASED SCIENCE TEACHING IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS CatherineLecoq CatherineLecoq Ton Ellermeijer Ton Ellermeijer Conclusions Conclusions Appendix Contributors Contributors

16 FUTURE We would like to pay attention in 2005/6 to: - Edition of the books: "Graines de sciences 4,5,6", LEurope des découverts, « Découvrire le monde a lécole maternelle » - Organization of « Second South-East European summer school for hands on primary science education », Serbia, 2006; Presentation of our activity on ESOF06, Munchen - Collaboration with national TV Pedagogical cits


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