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LEarning VEntuReS for Climate Justice

Description du projet

Un nouveau modèle pour l’apprentissage des sciences

Le changement climatique constitue un facteur clé de la perte de biodiversitéet ces deux phénomènes sont influencés par les activités économiques de l’homme. Pour faire face à ces deux crises, il est important d’assurer l’acquisition de connaissances scientifiques et la participation de toute la société. Il n’est pas possible d’accomplir grand-chose sans la confiance du grand public dans la science. Dans ce contexte, il importe que l’éducation permette d’acquérir les connaissances scientifiques nécessaires pour instaurer des sociétés engagées et informées. Dans cette optique, le projet LEVERS, financé par l’UE, élaborera un modèle reproductible d’apprentissage expansif des sciences par le biais de partenariats régionaux multipartites qui, dans un esprit de collaboration, examinent les défis et conçoivent des expériences d’apprentissage scientifique afin de répondre aux problèmes locaux. Des programmes d’apprentissage professionnel seront introduits et mis en œuvre dans neuf régions, auxquels participeront des parties prenantes de l’enseignement formel, non formel et informel à tous les niveaux éducatifs.

Objectif

We live in an increasingly fragmented and unequal society. Democracy is in crisis, and mistrust in science is on the rise, yet the unprecedented challenges we face, such as the climate and biodiversity crises, require greater scientific literacy and engagement across society. Education needs to provide the scientific knowledge to engender engaged and informed societies, but also to equip learners with the holistic competences to support and motivate them to become courageous thinkers and doers, actively shaping their own futures. We urgently need connected, system-wide responses that incorporate varied perspectives, are empathetic to different stakeholders’ needs and centre social justice and care. To achieve this, we need models for education that are more flexible and inclusive and advance lifelong learning to empower all citizens.

LEVERS delivers Learning Ventures, a replicable model for expansive science learning through multi-stakeholder regional partnerships that collaboratively explore challenges and design science learning experiences to address local issues. In 9 Learning Venture demonstrator regions, stakeholders from formal, non-formal and informal education across education levels, community organisations, research and innovation, industry, and government, will be supported to adopt a systemic design approach to create climate justice projects offering meaningful real-world learning experiences. Capacity building and a mentoring programme will offer role models and guidance within and between regional Learning Ventures, linking R&I with education. The LEVERS Learning Framework and Field Guide will enable the partnership model to be adapted for other regions and challenges. Professional learning programmes and Open Schooling resources will enable widespread uptake from youth and adult educators. Guides for industry engagement, business models and policy recommendations will ensure transformative impact on science education in Europe into the future.

Coordinateur

THE PROVOST, FELLOWS, FOUNDATION SCHOLARS & THE OTHER MEMBERS OF BOARD, OF THE COLLEGE OF THE HOLY & UNDIVIDED TRINITY OF QUEEN ELIZABETH NEAR DUBLIN
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 397 796,00
Adresse
COLLEGE GREEN TRINITY COLLEGE
D02 CX56 DUBLIN 2
Irlande

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Région
Ireland Eastern and Midland Dublin
Type d’activité
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Liens
Coût total
€ 397 796,00

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