The EU-Project FEDORA, a three-year research project on the interdisciplinary and future-thinking approaches to teaching and learning science, is proud to announce its final event to be held on May 25-26. The event will take place in Brussels at the Lithuanian Innovation Liaison Office. It will feature two main activities: engaging the project results with the RRI (Responsible Research and Innovation) community and engaging with policymakers.
Over the course of the project, FEDORA has been investigating innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning science in both formal and non-formal contexts. The project has brought together experts from various fields, including science education, technology, sociology, philosophy and arts, to explore how boundaries, frontiers and disciplines can be addressed in new teaching methods to enhance scientific literacy and foster creativity and innovation.
It will be an opportunity to share the project's findings and engage with key stakeholders that can foster the legacy of what the project has found. Participants will have the chance to learn about FEDORA’s outcomes in science education and discuss how interdisciplinary and future-thinking approaches can be incorporated into existing educational practices.
For more information about the project and the final event, please get in touch with us.