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THE IANAS PROGRAM ON SCIENCE EDUCATION Report of activities Americas 4th to 6 th, May 2009 WASHINGTON José A. Lozano Coordinator IANAS SEP ACADEMIA COLOMBIANA.

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1 THE IANAS PROGRAM ON SCIENCE EDUCATION Report of activities Americas 4th to 6 th, May 2009 WASHINGTON José A. Lozano Coordinator IANAS SEP ACADEMIA COLOMBIANA DE CIENCIAS EXACTAS, FISICAS Y NATURALES

2 PROGRAMAS ECBI Establecidos antes de 2004 Canadá, Estados Unidos, México Colombia, Chile, Argentina y Brasil Panamá, Venezuela, Perú, Bolivia Costa Rica, Rep. Dominicana, Guatemala, Caribe

3 IAP 2008 All the activities have been carried out with the exception of the conference on IBSE High School Teaching convoked by the National Sciences Resources Center in USA. The conference did not take place within the year. The USD$3,000 assigned to this activity were applied to activities in Peru, Dominican Republic and the workshop in Costa Rica

4 Costa Rica: V Focal point meeting of IANAS Science Education Programme-2008, July 10-11, 2008.

5 Venezuela Training the trainers workshop and meeting of IBSE Programs of Latin American Caracas, Venezuela, on July 21-23,2008.

6 Argentina: Latin American Workshop on Scientific Literacy November , 2008

7 Brazil IV National meeting of the Brazilian Science Education Programme, ABC, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil, November, 2008.

8 Guatemala Visit of experts of IBSE

9 Peru Second InterAmerican Course for Trainers of Elementary School Teachers, at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), Lima, Perú, February, 2009.

10 Costa Rica: Workshop for training the trainers, for monitors and/or elementary school teachers, Based Science Education (IBSE) in San José, Costa Rica, February, 2009

11 Dominican Republic Training the trainers workshop The workshop was part of the program to launch the IBSE program La Ciencia en tu Escuela in the Dominican Republic. February 25-26, 2009 There was participation of high government officials, the Academy of Sciences, two universities, and 60 teachers from 10 schools where the program is going to be implemented. Five experts from IBSE projects from Mexico, Chile and Colombia acted as facilitators in the workshops. US$2,000 were authorized for this activity. Money was lent by the Dominican Republic Academy of Science and must be reimbursed with the second installment of the TWAS contract.Money was lent by the Dominican Republic Academy of Science and must be reimbursed with the second installment of the TWAS contract. IAP IANAS SEP …………..…………………………………... US$ 2,000 Additional Support:Additional Support:IANAS OEA – FEMCIDI ……….……… US$ 1,742 Mexican Academy–DomRep Academy Agreement ………. US$ 3,685 Other Local Support ………………………….………….….. US$ 1,798 Total Cost of Activity ………………………………………….. US$Total Cost of Activity ………………………………………….. US$15,225

12 Colombia. Latin-American workshop on IBSE Assessment and program evaluation, 26 and 27 January Bogotá, Colombia Seven foreign participants: Enrique Vazini (Argentine), Rosa Cardoso (Perú), Danielle Grynzpan (Brazil), María Heller (Panamá) Patricia López (Chile), María Alejandra González and Claudia Robles (México). A total of 25 people participated, seven foreign participants from LatinAmerican countries with IBSE projects, two Colombian experts who are working their PH.D. thesis in Standford and Aalborg Universities on evaluation, using data from the Colombian IBSE project and sixteen people from different regions of Colombia. The evaluation efforts and results of Chile, Colombia, Panama, México and Brazil were presented and discussed and information was exchanged. USD $1,500 from IAP–IANAS SEP were authorized for this activity. Money was lent by the Colombian Academy of Sciences and must be reimbursed with the second installment of the TWAS contract.Money was lent by the Colombian Academy of Sciences and must be reimbursed with the second installment of the TWAS contract. USD $1,500 from IAP–IANAS were authorized …………………..…… USD $ 1,500 Additional Support: OEA – FEMCIDI…………………..…… USD $ 5,000 Local support …..……………………… USD $ 6,540 Total cost of activity ……..……………………………………………….USD $13,040

13 Financial Abstract: Contract IAP08/ /001- IANAS ScEd-. Received from TWAS……………….… USD$ 17,470 Total transferred and expended ……… USD$ 17,135 Remaining at Panama Bank ……………USD$ 335 Expenses for 3 activities to be reimbursed USD$6,685 plus USD$ 75 bank charges are equal to USD$ 6,760 As we have USD$335 remaining at Panama Bank, from first installment, TWAS should transfer an amount of USD$ 6,425.oo TWAS should transfer US$6,425.oo to close the contract.

14 IANAS 2009 IAP BUDGETARY PROPOSAL Note: The amounts for the VI Focal Points Meeting 2009 ($10,000) and the IndagaLa Meeting ($5,000) are already fixed. Other amounts are subjected to change and will depend on total budget approved by IAP.

15 IANAS 2009 BUDGETARY PROPOSAL

16 Programa de Educación en Ciencias Propuestas de Actividades 2009 FEMCIDI

17 THANK YOU José A. Lozano Coordinator IANAS SEP ACADEMIA COLOMBIANA DE CIENCIAS EXACTAS, FISICAS Y NATURALES


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