Library . Scientific Article Open schooling based on problematization, socio-scientific narratives and science action for quality education (SDG4).

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Sherborne T.; Okada A. (2021) Open schooling based on problematization, socio-scientific narratives and science action for quality education (SDG4). Proceedings of WebCurriculum Conference – 16-18 November 2021 Brazil.

This article presents the theoretical foundations and practices carried out by the CONNECT project – Inclusive Open Schooling with engaging and future-oriented science; funded by the European Union with partners in Brazil. CONNECT is based on the CARE/KNOW/DO model supported by  problematization and socio-scientific narratives ‘storytelling’ to support scientific action. Preliminary results allow us to point out recommendations for promoting open schooling practices for innovation of education aimed at sustainability.

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