How can social change be an empowering entry point for students to engage in complex and often felt distant environmental challenges? SEAS addresses this issue in the webinar taking place on June 15.
ASE Annual Conference online will take place during 5 days in January and February.
The SEAS project, together with PHERECLOS, OSHub and PULCHRA projects, will be present at the ESERA2021 Conference that will be held online from August 30th to September 3rd, organized by the University of Minho (Portugal).
Apply before 30/06/2021 23:59 (Brussels Time).
SEAS project partners Katrien Van Poeck and Eva Roelandt share their views and pose the urgent question in a new article about citizenship education.
Nine European projects, funded by Horizon 2020 EU Science and Innovation program, are fostering a joint communication to promote open schooling.
— Some of the most powerful levers for this transformation come from education, and from the media acting as disseminators of evidence-based knowledge on climate change, O`Brien states when receiving the award from the BBVA Foundation.
Behind concepts such as "sustainability", "democracy", "citizenship" or "life mastery", we discover young people's directly experienced realities: their emotions, visions, actions, lessons, ideas, and discoveries.
Developing Økern Center in Oslo, Norway is a possibility for the students and teachers to engage in real and local sustainability challenges and urban development.
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.
The students at Kuben upper secondary school in Oslo will experiment with a personal challenge for 30 days to explore what it takes to create a greener world.
A varied selection of speakers gathered to officially launch the SEAS-project. – We are facing an existential threat and the school is a key institution for driving change, project coordinator Erik Knain stated.