Science Education for Action and Engagement towards Sustainability (SEAS)
We develop tools and methods that facilitate collaboration between schools and local communities facing sustainability challenges.
SEAS’ new post doc Martin Lee Müller believes in both poetry and science to bring about change in the world. We talked to Martin about his hopes for joining the team and the future.
Welcome to the first newsletter from the SEAS project. In the newsletter, we summarize information and developments that we consider to be of interest to audiences and stakeholders related to open schooling, science education for citizenship and sustainability.
On the role of a formal agreement as a motivator and vehicle of learning
Oct. 16, 2020 11:39 AM
Based on the logic of the LORET tool, a piece of wooded land owned by the Gotland municipality in the vicinity of the school was chosen as the focus our work on local sustainability: a school forest.
Students Become Researchers
Oct. 2, 2020 9:52 AM
Beyond pandemics: via glacier, environmental ethics and tourism to human-induced climate change.