Towards a shared understanding of sustainability
The SEAS-networks gathered in Tallinn to prepare for sustainabililty challenges in their local communities.
The consortium meetings featured a number of presentations from consortium partners, focusing on the concepts, approaches and methodologies of the SEAS project (photo: Mukadder Baran)
The SEAS project had its second concortium meeting in Tallinn in the beginning of December. Prior to the meeting, a range of documents had been prepared that all aimed to set the stage for the local open schooling networks preparing to embark on a sustainabililty challenge in their local communities. The meeting was structured as a series of workshops focusing on the key concepts in SEAS, tools, and methodology.
Diverse group of local networks
The SEAS-project aims to conduct empirical studies at student learning trajectory level, school level and network level by design-based study approaches, with a multitude of methods. The main ambition of the symposium meeting was to develop a shared understanding of key concepts and tools that allow for diversity, coherence and emergence, given the diverse group of local open schooling networks.