The I SEE project produced five intellectual outputs. (1) A start-up module: It consists of a set of materials and a manual on climate change for teachers and students in upper secondary school (ages 16-19) for implementing an innovative teaching-learning sequence in the classroom and in out-of-school contexts. The teaching module was developed in close […]
The I SEE partnership will carry out case studies in order to evaluate the potential of the I SEE modules to enhance students’ capacity to aspire to and to imagine their future through inclusive activities in science education.
More specifically, the set of case studies will examine:
- if and how the module impacts students' imagination toward the future and about STEM careers;
- the progressive development of new STEM skills;
- the level and quality of inclusiveness created among the students with different cultural backgrounds;
- the conditions that foster or hinder the effectiveness of the I SEE modules.
The case studies will be carried out through analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data collected during the two-round I SEE module implementations.
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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE CASE STUDIES ANALYSIS In this document we report the main research-based studies we carried out in order to monitor the impact of the I SEE modules on students’ learning and on students’ perception of the future. The case studies have been developed through the analysis of both quantitative and qualitative […]
The I SEE project will be present with a workshop, two oral presentations and a poster at the ESERA (European Science Education Researchers Association) 2019 Conference that will take place in Bologna from 26th to 30th of August. The main I SEE event consists in a pre-conference workshop on the first day of the conference […]
How many futures are possible? What do you think is possible for your future? Young people are crying out for solutions and actions to give them their future back. We wondered how science learning can help us face uncertainty and create possibilities for a better future for young people and the planet. The I SEE […]
From the 24th to the 27th of June, the 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) took take place in London (UK) at UCL Institute of Education and within the London Festival of Learning, which united three separate academic conferences – ICLS, AIED and L@S – and the EDUCATE Showcase. During the meeting, Giulia […]
The I SEE community has the great pleasure to announce that the first paper on I SEE project has been published!! The paper represents a collective work based on the design of an I SEE model of our teaching modules. This work started from our experiences of the implementation of the climate change module […]