PERFORM goes global

Life is everywhere even in the constantly evolving panorama of STEM learning and teaching methods presented by the PERFORM project team during the ECSITE annual conference in Porto from 15 to 17 June.

The PERFORM project contributes to reflect on the impact of Responsible Research and Innovation in education practices. How RRI values can be implemented in the everyday activities of teaching and learning STEM? How science communicators and researchers can work together to better develop responsible communication activities that take into account students’ expectations and visions about the society?

A session to answer these and other questions is part of the ECSITE annual conference at Natural History and Science Museum of the University of Porto (MHNC-UP).

The session creates connections between the findings of the PERFORM project with other key experiences of other European projects such as NUCLEUS and RRI Tools.

The ECSITE annual conference is the main meeting of international professionals in science engagement with more than 1000 delegates from Europe and from all over the world. Within this context the PERFORM project provides fresh evidences on innovative STEM education practices and provokes thoughts for the future of Responsible Research and Innovation.

Isabel Ruiz Mallen

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