But what does "future-oriented" means?
We recognize that we can't keep navigating a fast-paced changing present time with the old maps that have been accompanying us as society. Therefore, we need to give imagination the right place in the way we envision our systems, territoires and ways of doing. Imagination will be the driving force that will lead FEDORA's paths and proposed methods into new ways of understanding and practising science education. We want to creatively regenerate the ecosystem of science learning and intensify those approaches that will lead to open, collaborative, imaginative and curious way of thinking and doing.
Work Package 1: Aligning science teaching/learning in formal contexts with the modus operandi of R&I - Analysis of blind spot 1, led by Kaunas University of Technology, LT
Work Package 2: Exploring new languages, narratives and arts in science education - Analysis of blind spot 2, led by Formicablu, IT
Work Package 3: Futurizing science education - Analysis of blind spot 3, led by the University of Helsinki, FI
Work Package 4:Toward a model for science education for the society of acceleration and uncertainty, led by the University of Bologna, IT
Work Package 5: Recommendations for proactive and anticipatory policymaking, led by University of Oxford, UK
Work Package 6: Behind the scenes: communicating and disseminating FEDORA in its making, led by Formicablu, IT
Work Package 7: Project coordination and management, led by the University of Bologna, IT