New Languages

Exploring new languages, narratives and arts in science education - Analysis of Blind spot

led by formicablu, fb, Italy
WP2 will detect, sample and analyse examples of contamination and cross intersection of narratives about science and on science that use different epistemic approaches as well as a variety of languages, storytelling formats, registers and tools mutuated from the arts, music, photography, cinema and TV shows, graphic and written novels, fantasy and science fiction, design, theatre. This to achieve a common understanding of these alternatives, innovative, artistic and non traditional languages and narratives within the consortium; WP2 will realize intensive workshops that will bring together a diverse group of ten professionals -multimedia producers, graphic designers, writers, sound designers, educators, comedians- from all partners’ countries. By applying design-driven methodologies, these groups of storytellers will use their languages, formats and approaches to analyse key-ideas of FEDORA and produce a series of agile raw prototypes of educational resources encompassing diverse formats and languages. They will beused at schools as "canvas" and raw materials to further develop them with students. This action is expected to create effective cooperation between formal and informal educational contexts and will produce the report “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.
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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