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Presentation of the Intellectual Outputs at ESERA2019

The I SEE Intellectual Outputs are officially presented at the pre-conference workshop “Futurizing Science Education: the I SEE Project” at ESERA2019 (https://www.esera2019.org/). Here the list of the outputs: O1. I SEE start-up module on Climate Change O2. Three I SEE modules on Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing and Carbon Sequestration O3. A guide to develop further I […]

I SEE at ESERA 2019

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 […]

I SEE: it’s your time to imagine the futures

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 […]

I SEE project generates interest amongst delegates from 18 countries at ASE’s annual conference

Science and STEM educators including classroom teachers and teacher researchers attended I SEE workshops on 9 and 10 January 2019 at ASE’s annual conference at the University of Birmingham. The workshops introduced delegates to the I SEE project objectives and resources on climate change and carbon sequestration, artificial intelligence and quantum computing. The I SEE […]

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This project has been funded with the support of the European Union and the Italian National Agency within the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme (Grant Agreement n°2016-1- IT02-KA201- 024373). This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the European Union and the Italian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.