WP2: Performance-based science education activities

D2.1

Authors: Sergio Villanueva Baselga, Helena González, Oriol Marimon, Irene López THE BIG VAN THEORY

This deliverable addresses the inclusion of the human dimension of science and the values embedded in RRI in performance-based activities through the identification and inclusion of key education and communication tools in drama-based activities that address young people’s interests in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and the values of the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approach. An integrated methodological protocol based on specific guidelines has been developed to adapt performance-based activities delivered by our three science communication partners to new PERformance-based Science Education and Innovative Activities (PERSEIAs).

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D2.2

Authors: Helena González, Oriol Marimón, Esther Marin
Big Van Ciencia

This deliverable corresponds to the task 2.2. “Participatory process with young people, teachers and early career researchers”, which aimed at conducting a participatory educational process involving secondary school students, their teachers, and early career researchers, in order to guide students in the design and execution of their own Performance-based Science Education and Innovative Activities (PERSEIAs), following the methodological protocol generated in the previous task 2.1.

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D2.3

Authors: Helena González Burón, Oriol Marimón
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This deliverable corresponds to task 2.3 “Pilot PERSEIA scaled up into informal context: implementation in science museums”. As the final outcome of this process, this report includes a Toolkit called: “PERFORM: Guidelines for including values related to science through performance-based science communication in museums” in section 4 (Guidelines for PERSEIA adaptation to science museums).

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