Project

OSOS - Open Schools for Open Societies

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From 01/04/2017 to 31/03/2020

Our role is to describe and implement at scale a process that will facilitate the transformation of schools to innovative ecosystems, acting as shared sites of science learning for which leaders, teachers, students and the local community share responsibility, over which they share authority, and from which they all benefit through the increase of their communities’ science capital and the development of responsible citizenship. 

In this framework the project is aiming to support a large number of European schools to implement Open Schooling approaches by a) developing a model that promote such a culture, b) offering guidelines and advice on issues such as staff development, redesigning time, and partnerships with relevant organisations (local industries, research organisations, parents associations and policy makers), and c) suggesting a range of possible implementation processes from small-scale prototypes through to setting up an “open school within a school” or even designing a new school while it is testing and assessing them in more than 1,000 school environments in 11 European countries. 

  • Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece
  • Institute of Educational Policy , Greece 
  • Cité de l’espace ,France
  • The University of Deusto, Spain
  • Dublin City University, Ireland
  • ESHA, Netherlands
  • The Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem, israel 
  • Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza, Ιtaly
  • INTRASOFT International , Luxemburg
  • NEMO Science Museum,  Netherlands
  • ORT Israel ,Israel
  • Science View, Greece
  • The University of Bayreuth, Germany
  • The University of Turku, Finland
  • Foundation Open Science, Boulgaria
  • Ciência Viva, Portugal
  • The European Physical Society
  • NUCLIO – Nucleo Interativo de Astronomia, Portugal
  • Curtin University,Australia
  • MIT Office of Digital Learning, USA

Project Coordinator

Ellinogermaniki Agogi

Dr Sofoklis Sotiriou, 

Sotiriou@ea.gr

 

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