Anthropogenic climate change is one of the pressing challenges society has to address, young people are in a unique position people to do so.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic has never really been a focal point of the SEAS project, we’ve all had to reckon with the disturbances and outcomes of the waves of infections. Other research will most certainly dive deep into the lessons learned from it, specifically in education.
As the SEAS project is gearing up to share more of its results, the Energy Discovery Centre (EDC) team reflects on a couple of educational dilemmas.
Reflections on what education can and cannot achieve.
Joining forces by crossing the borders of research, policy, and practice.
Some practical tips and well-proved methods on how to engage students with sustainability issues.
Discover the co-design process of designing the curriculum of extracurricular science class together with stakeholders.
The presentation of the LORET tool at a recent conference gained great interest.
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.