CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FLYER CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE EXTENDED DOCUMENT In these documents (flyer and extended document), the I SEE partnership has summarized key recommendations from the I SEE project for making science teaching and learning relevant to students’ futures and STEM careers. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FLYER CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE EXTENDED DOCUMENT
The I SEE concept of “future-scaffolding skills” is designed to contribute to fostering comprehensive growth of students as positively engaged persons, citizens and future professionals. In spite of many improvements, schools are still quite isolated and school science may seem irrelevant from other parts of society. The “skills gap” between the competences gained in school and the skills needed by the labour market has been widely reported as an area of concern.
The I SEE partnership will publish recommendations targeted at educational administrations and institutions. The recommendations will be the result of a meta-analysis of the implementations carried out during the project and will be prepared in order to contribute to:
- making science teaching relevant from a scientific, professional, social and personal point of view and effective for supporting students to “see” their future and to be adequately prepared to engage positively with it;
- enhancing the capacity of schools, universities, educational centres, NGOs and entrepreneurs to create local, regional and national forms of collaboration aimed at: (i) influencing how science is taught in schools, (ii) fostering students’ capacity to aspire and to imagine their future, and (iii) attracting, orienting and preparing students for future STEM careers, adhering to the values embedded in RRI.
October 20th, 2017 Saga Rut Sunnevudóttir and Bríet Felixdóttir, two participants in the I SEE summer school, were chosen to be the voice of the young generation at the recent Environmental Summit in Reykjavík, Iceland on 20 October 2017, hosted by the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources. It is held every other […]
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 […]
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 was presented at the II meeting of Italian Futurists which took place on April 16th-17th in Bologna at the National Research Centre (CNR). During the meeting, Giulia Tasquier of the UNIBO partner presented the first start-up module on Climate Change and the results of the Summer School organized in Bologna last June. […]
On November 16th, in Bologna, the I SEE Project has been presented during a two day workshop, organized from the University of Bologna, dedicated to Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH). The conference has been promoted by the Thematic Group on SSH of the University of Bologna, which has the specific mission to stimulate and support the participation […]
The I SEE project was invited to participate in the E+ Project Day UNIBO on Friday 7th, July 2017. The event took place for the second time in the last two years and was organized by the European Projects Unit of the International Relations Division. All the project coordinators and the local teams were invited […]