Deliverables

During the lifetime of the project, 27 Deliverables or reporting documents will be produced and submitted to the European Commission. Many of them are public documents and you can access them directly from here, by clicking on the hyperlink. If you are interested in a report that is not publicly accessible, please get in touch with us

Submitted deliverables (submission month in brackets)

D1.1 : First draft recommendations on “forms of knowledge organization for co-teaching and opens-schooling” (Sept 2021)
D2.1 : Benchmark of existing examples of cross-media and innovative science communication showcases (March 2021)
D2.2 : First draft of recommendations on “new languages” for the design of materials (September 2021)
D2.3 : Multimedia report of Intensive workshop I on acceleration, complexity and interdisciplinarity (September 2021) (Public document)
D3.1: First draft of recommendations for the design of materials to futurize science education (September 2021)
D4.1 : Report on “Theoretical and pedagogical framework and design/implementation principles” (January 2022)
D5.1 : Survey instrument for a baseline study of policy makers’ views (March 2021)
D5.2 : Report on “Policy Makers’ Needs Analysis for Future-Oriented Science Education” (September 2021)
D5.3 : Survey instrument based on policy makers’ responses to Round 1 of the Delphi Study (March 2022)
D6.1 : FEDORA dissemination & communication Plan (February 2021)
D6.2 : Data Management Plan (DMP) (March 2021)
D6.3 : FEDORA visual identity and project website (March 2021) (Public document)
D6.4 : FEDORA project official video (September 2021) (Public document)

Coming soon (submission month in brackets)

D1.2 : Report "FR1 - Framework for aligning science teaching/learning in formal contexts with the modus operandi of R&I: new inter-multi-transdisciplinary forms of knowledge organization for co-teaching and open- schooling" (Oct 2022) (Public document)
D2.4 : Multimedia report of Intensive workshop II on futurization (May 2022) (Public document)
D2.5 : Report entitled “FR2 – Framework for aligning science education with society: the search for new languages and narratives to enhance imagination and the capacity to talk about the contemporary challenges” (November 2022) (Public document)
D3.2 : Future-oriented science education manifesto (September 2022) (Public document)
D3.3 : Report entitled “FR3 - Framework to futurize science education” (November 2022)
D4.2 : Report on “FEDORA materials’ effectiveness to develop thinking and future-scaffolding skills and to foster aware, responsible and proactive engagement with science: results and hypotheses from the first round implementations” (December 2022) (Public document)
D4.3 : Report on “FEDORA materials’ effectiveness to develop thinking and future-scaffolding skills and to foster aware, responsible and proactive engagement with science: results from two rounds of implementations and from the external evaluation” (September 2023)
D4.4 : “Model for science education for the society of acceleration and uncertainty” (September 2023) (Public document)
D5.4 : Survey instrument based on policy makers’ responses to Round 2 of the Delphi Study (November 2022)
D5.5 : Report on “Policy Makers’ Views on a Model of Science Education for the Society of Acceleration and Uncertainty – the FEDORA Concept” (July 2023) (Public document)
D5.6 : Guidelines for RPOs, RFOs, HEIs and high schools on “Promoting futurized science education as a key dimension of RRI” (July 2023) (Public document)
D6.5 : FEDORA podcast (September 2022) (Public document)
D6.6 : Policy brief (July 2023) (Public document)
D7.1 : Minutes of the consortium meetings (August 2022)

FEDORA, Future-oriented Science Education to enhance Responsibility and Engagement in the society of acceleration and uncertainty, is a 3-year EU-funded project. It started in September 2020 and will deploy its activities until August 2023. It gathers 6 partner institutions from 5 European countries.
FEDORA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement no. 872841
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