A short reflection on two cases.
An open schooling project like SEAS is not only a relation between organizations, places and people, with their different aims, practices, tools and ideas. Open schooling is also a mixture of different rhythms of time.
How LORET can help teachers to unlock the pedagogical potential of addressing real-world problems in education.
It’s 9 o’clock in the morning and I’m waiting for the group to arrive at the biodynamic farm. The mist rises 2 meters above the ground and little drops of water cling to the little plants in front of me.
In December 2020, fifty students and teachers at Frederik II upper secondary school completed an interdisciplinary sustainability project where they experimented with one sustainable change for 30 days.
The SEAS blog focuses on current research and activities in the intersection between scientific literacy, open schooling and sustainability challenges when students collaborate with families and stakeholders from civil society and industry in becoming agents of community well-being.