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The educational world is experiencing exciting yet tension-filled times. We all wish to strengthen and support creativity and creative teaching in schools. Yet recent debates about what “creativity” means, and how it should be implemented, raise the need for more specific approaches. Write a Science Opera (WASO) is one such approach. WASO is a transdisciplinary, inquiry-based approach to teaching at the intersection of art and science in schools. It is all about creative teaching and teaching for creativity.

Inquiry-Based Learning: A Guidebook to Writing a Science Opera provides teachers with the reasons for, and advantages of, introducing pupils of all ages to WASO. It provides step-by-step instructions for how to implement WASO in classrooms. WASO is challenging, but the rewards are powerful: In WASO, it is the pupils’ curiosity and creative imagination which develop their science and art curriculum.

Get ready for an exciting, creative journey …
Chapter 2 Write a Science Opera (WASO)
In: Inquiry-Based Learning
Chapter 3 Relations to Multiple School Subjects in the Curriculum
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Part 1 Ideas for Inquiry
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Chapter 4 Warming Up
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Chapter 6 Write a Science Opera in Seven to Eleven Steps
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Chapter 7 Assigning the Tasks
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Chapter 5 Write a Science Opera in Thirteen to Fifteen Steps
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Introduction For the Teacher
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Chapter 1 Inquiry-Based Learning with Write a Science Opera
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