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I SEE Finnish Multiplier Event in Tampere

The Finnish national multiplier event took place at the University of Tampere on June 5th. The event attracted altogether 56 participants, including science teachers and principals from all educational levels, curriculum developers and other representatives of Finnish educational administration. The programme consisted of three presentations and two workshops with group discussions. I SEE researchers Antti […]

I SEE at the 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS)

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 project: An approach to futurize STEM education

  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 […]

Multiplier Event italiano di I SEE a Bologna

Il multiplier event italiano del Progetto I SEE si è svolto dal 19 al 20 Aprile 2018 a Bologna, presso l’Opificio Golinelli (Qui il programma dettagliato dell’evento). La due giorni, Educare i giovani a immaginare il futuro attraverso la scienza: nuove sfide dell’era contemporanea, ha ospitato due conferenzieri di spicco: il Prof. Gianni Zanarini, fisico che si occupa, […]

I SEE Italian Multiplier Event in Bologna

The Italian I SEE Multiplier Event has taken place on 19th and 20th of April, in Bologna, at Opificio Golinelli (Here the detailed program of the event). At the event, Educate young people to imagine the future through science: new challenges of the contemporaneity, we had the pleasure to host two great lecturers: Prof. Gianni Zanarini, […]

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