engage project full details
Timeline:01 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2016
Equipping the Next Generation for Active Engagement in Science
The ENGAGE project is part of the EU Science in society agenda to promote more Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI).
ENGAGE is about equipping the next generation to participate in scientific issues to change how science is taught. Traditionally students gain an image of science as a body of content, whereas RRI deals with uncertain areas of knowledge, where values and argument matter as much as facts. This shift is hugely challenging.
ENGAGE focuses on a more inquiry-based methodology, which gives students opportunity for self-expression and responsibility for coming to informed decisions.
- Centre for Science Education - Sheffield Hallam University (Coordinator)
- Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics - Foundation for Research and Technology
- Innovation in Learning Institute
- eXact learning Solutions
- Valahia University Targoviste
- Weizmann Institute
- Universitat de Barcelona
- Vestfold University College
- Biotechnology and society department - Delft University of Technology
- School of High Pedagogy of Freiburg
- Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences
- Department of Science Education
- University of Nicosia
16 Mar 2017
20 Feb 2017
23 Nov 2016
14 Dec 2015
19 Jun 2015
Rocha, K., Rocha, B. and Okada, A. (2017) Rubric to assess evidence-based dialogue of socio scientific issues with LiteMap, Technology enhanced assessment
Torres, P., Fialho, N., Kowalski, R. and Okada, A. (2016) Responsible Research and Innovation for the Media Facebook: Community Involvement in the Study on Agrobiodiversity, Creative Education, 7, pp. 2141 - 2150
Okada, A. and Bayram-Jacobs, D. (2016) Opportunities and challenges for equipping the next generation for responsible citizenship through the ENGAGE HUB, International Conference on Responsible Research in Education and Management and its Impact. London 2016.
Okada, A., Costa, A.M., Kowalski, R., Torres, P., Nakayama, M. and Souza, K. (2016) Open Educational Resources for Responsible Research and Innovation: a case study with Brazilian universities and schools, International Conference on Responsible Research in Education and Management and its Impact. London 2016