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Stories of Tomorrow - Students Visions on the Future of Space Exploration

Deliverables

D1.3b STORIES Implementation Guide

STORIES Implementation Guide

D1.1 The essential features of Creative Science Education

The essential features of Creative Science Education

D5.7 Guidelines and Supporting Materials for Teachers and Students

The project team will develop a series of guidelines and support materials for the students of the pilot schools as well as for the teachers that will be involved in the implementation/validation process. The materials will be available in conventional and electronic format (through the project’s web site). The materials will be translated 6 languages (English, French, German, Greek, Finnish and Portuguese).

D1.5 Innovative Curricula for 21st Century Learners: From Small to Big Ideas of Science

Innovative Curricula for 21st Century Learners: From Small to Big Ideas of Science

D1.2 Deeper Learning Competence Framework

Deeper Learning Competence Framework

D1.4 Effective learning environments for STEAM learning

Effective learning environments for STEAM learning

D1.3a STORIES Implementation Guide

STORIES Implementation Guide

D7.7 Final Conferences proceedings

An international Call for Papers for a Special Issue or Edited Volume is expected to attract contributions from people working on relevant issues around the world and help the project team to gain an overview of currently deployed initiatives in relevant areas.

D7.6b Digital Library

Following the implementation phases A&B of WP5, this task will collect and publish the digital stories produced by students in participating schools in a special digital library.

D5.6b Presenting STORIES projects with Infographics

This electronic publication will contain infographics that present all school entries in the STORIES International School Challenge

D7.4 Presentations to conferences – Publications

The consortium will make an exact plan so the results of the project to be presented in numerous conferences and workshops in Europe and beyond. Upon the delivery of the first project results, papers will be submitted to scientific journals and magazines focusing on science education.

D7.3 Dissemination material (press releases, poster, project presentation, leaflet/brochure, etc.

Posters, leaflets, project newsletter as well as other support materials for the implementation of the project will be produced and distributed. The dissemination materials will be available in at least all consortium languages (English, German, French, Greek, Bulgarian, Portuguese, Finnish, Japanese).

D7.2 Project web site

The website will provide access to information offered by the members of the consortium. It will act as the main “hub” of resources available to the network of the stakeholders that will serve as distributor of information. The web-site will provide guidance, offering resources, news and information on the thematic areas of the field.

D7.6a Digital Library

Following the implementation phases A&B of WP5, this task will collect and publish the digital stories produced by students in participating schools in a special digital library.

D8.6 Data Management Plan

The Data Management Plan will detail the data management procedures in STORIES. It will describe and define the data management life cycle for the research and implementation data to be collected, processed and/or generated by STORIES. It will also present the procedures to enable the publication of the collected research data, taking into account the high sensitivity of the data collected in the school's piloting.

D4.1 First prototype of the system

This the first prototype that will be used in pilot phase A

D5.5a 1st WRO Primary School Challenge

This report will document the 1st WRO Primary School Challenge activity in Greece

D4.2 Final prototype of the system & user manual

This is the final system. It will be used in pilot phase B.

D5.6a STORIES International School Challenge

This report will document the STORIES International School Challenge

D5.5b 2nd WRO Primary School Challenge

This report will document the 2nd WRO Primary School Challenge activity in Greece

Publications

The Campbell Paradigm as a Behavior-Predictive Reinterpretation of the Classical Tripartite Model of Attitudes

Author(s): Florian G. Kaiser, Mark Wilson
Published in: European Psychologist, 2019, Page(s) 1-16, ISSN 1016-9040
DOI: 10.1027/1016-9040/a000364

Realidad Aumentada: poder ser transversal en el aprendizaje

Author(s): Jorge Calvo Martín, Jorge R. López Benito
Published in: Comunicación & Pedagogía, Issue 2018 / Nº especial, 2018, Page(s) 64-67, ISSN 1989-5623

A Storytelling Platform for Deeper Learning in STEM Combined with Art-Related Activities

Author(s): Miltiadis Anastasiadis, George Tsatsanifos, Frixos Terzakis, Nikolaos V. Karadimas, Sofoklis Sotiriou, Angelos Lazoudis, Jens Koslowsky, Serafeim Spanos, Theofanis Alexandridis, Nikos Papastamatiou, Alexandros Papadopoulos, Andreas Diktyopoulos et. al.
Published in: International Journal of Education and Learning Systems, 3, 84-92/2018, 2018, ISSN 2367-8933