Projetos Programáticos

Projetos Programáticos 2020-2023

CIDTFF action strongly anchors in developing educational knowledge, processes and resources in various areas, targeting several publics and educational/training contexts. CIDTFF has reconceptualised teaching and learning spaces, enhancing collaboration practices and openness to the wider community, grounded on the design, development and validation of educational programmes and resources within increasingly sustainable and enlarged partnerships and networks. Aiming at the reinforcement of research outcomes visibility and deepening research and training synergies among academia and society, two linked proposals are under development: 

Smart Knowledge Garden (SKG)

Aims: i) to create a coordination structure of CIDTFF Science outreach activities, particularly those developed within its Labs; ii) to design, develop and evaluate a Science Outreach Programme, within a sustainable research perspective.

SKG will act as a research integrated open environment for education, training and dissemination, located at the DEP, and grounded on previous CIDTFF research paths and knowledge, namely knowledge-transfer practices and tools. It will be grounded on a plural approach of education, training and research and on a holistic approach to knowledge. It is supported by (i) an interdisciplinary team of researchers, teaching staff and UA students (1st to 3rd Cycles), (ii) well consolidated partnerships and networks, (iii) a strong connection to the city and its educational actors (school clusters, government, associations). Target audience: pupils; educators; trainers and trainees; parents; wider community.

SKG aims to become a reference project in the area of science communication. It will thus be involved in the training of researchers in science communication and will be responsible for future SCoRE Autumn School editions (with Fábrica Centro de Ciência Viva). The SKG development includes reconceptualizing the current Science Garden, an outdoor environment for non-formal science education activities which aims to promote scientific literacy, with a strong focus on early years.

Open Education Smart Campus (OESC)

Aims: i) to develop a platform that guarantees free access to and benefit from Open Educational Resources (OER), increasing educational research visibility by means of promoting synergies between different stakeholders (researchers, policymakers, educators, mass media, general public), at local, national and international levels; ii) to set up a network that disseminates and evolves on OER, driving research agendas that address societal concerns (for this purpose, other Research Units and Higher Education Institutions will be invited to feed into and use the platform).

OESC is outlined in three areas: 1) Annotated Multimedia Open Library (AMOL), a Wiki-type database of educational resources, reflecting policy relevant dimensions; 2) Virtual Campus, with e-learning functionalities allowing stakeholders to create/access workshops, webinars, certified courses, accredited MOOCs; 3) Education Factory, with social web functionalities that provide a public space for sharing/generating knowledge and promoting events, including 4 interconnected areas to discuss education: Events, e-Exhibitions, Debates and Emergent Research Agendas.ting events, including 4 interconnected areas to discuss education: Events, e-Exhibitions, Debates and Emergent Research Agendas.
última atualização a 20-02-2020
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