In the rapidly changing world where young people struggle in projecting themselves into the futures and taking an active role in the society, education should help students to develop so-called future-scaffolding skills. At the same time, education should acknowledge diversity and foster inclusiveness and cooperation among youth coming from different backgrounds. To this end, in an EU project in STEM education named I SEE, a teaching-learning module on climate change was designed and implemented in an international summer school with 24 upper secondary school students from three EU countries. Based on the data collected during the summer school we aim to answer the question: Can cultural insights be considered a way to trigger the development of future-scaffolding skills?
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2020|
|MoE publication type||Not Eligible|
|Event||International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2020 - Nashwille, United States|
Duration: 19 Jun 2020 → 23 Jun 2020
|Conference||International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2020|
|Period||19/06/2020 → 23/06/2020|