Reflect Lab Platform

Visit our Reflect Lab Platform.

Register yourself and become a member of the Reflect Lab community.

  • Lecturers of social science, teacher trainers and teachers are able to exchange ideas and experiences about Reflect Labs and Inquiry-based learning.
  • We provide you with an overview of ICT-tools valuable for the implementation for Reflect Labs.
  • A calendar for Europe-wide events related to Inquiry-based learning is available

Easy-to-implement-Kit

This manual will support you to familiarise yourself with the ReflectLab methodology and guide your students through the experience of inquiry-based learning.

It is also available in the following languages:

Reflect Lab – The Movie

 

 


Instructions for creating Stimulus Material

Stimulus Materials are crucial for the implementation of Reflect Labs. It gives students first ideas and input in order to initiate their research process.

For copywright reasons, examples of stimulus materials can be found on our platform. Nonetheless, we provide you a short instruction on how you can create your own stimulus material.

It is also available in the following languages:

Manual for Learners

The Manual for Learners will help and support students in implementing Reflect Labs.  Whle implementing a Reflect Lab, students can use this manual for their reasearch process.

It is also available in the following languages:

Webinars for Lecturers for the Implementation of Reflect Labs

 

Working with portfolios and with small groups is essential for implementing Reflect Labs in your class.

On the left you find two links to webinars dealing with these challenges.

Find the accompanying presentations here:

 


Manual for Lectures for the Implementation of Reflect Labs

This manual is the first part of output two. It contains advices and answers FAQs for implementing inquiry-based and problem-based learning in the form of Reflect Labs.

It is also available in the following languages:

Analysis on the needs for Implementation of Inquiry-based learning projects

Our first output – Analysis on the needs for Implementation of Inquiry-based learning projects. – is based on 100 questionnaires and 10 interviews with lecturers from Universities of Spain, Romania, UK, Poland and Germany. The purpose of this research was to investigate the current state of inquiry-based and problem-based learning at universities. These concepts are the basics for Reflect Labs.

Find below the full english version including an introduction, a summary, claims and five detailed country reports. In addition, find the introduction, the summary and the claims in Polish, Spanish, Romanian and German, as well.