“Work Package 9 attempts to establish a fruitful cooperation with the educational sector. Hence, our main task is to engage educational stakeholders (e.g., Ministries of Education, teachers, students, parents, etc.) in the consultation process to understand how the CO:RE evidence base will be most useful for them.”
– Sabrina Vorbau, Project Manager at European Schoolnet
About work package 9
Work package 9 is coordinated by the European Schoolnet (EUN). Within this work package, we will attempt to establish a fruitful cooperation with the educational sector. In this context, we broadly define education as the full range of formal and informal learning experiences children and young people nowadays may have, in schools, but also in the various out-of-school communities that impact on their well-being, in interaction with their peers, teachers, parents and other professionals and carers.
We aim to develop strategies to make existing research on the impact of technological transformations on children and youth known and usable for educational stakeholders in Europe and beyond. In doing so, we will engage with educational stakeholders in consultation processes to understand how the new evidence base will be most useful to support existing educational and learning processes. We will also collect experiences and feedback from the educational community that can help to initiate future research and to inform the work of this project. Furthermore, we will provide a series of mechanisms to coordinate and support the implementation of empirical evidence in processes of school development and teachers’ training.
Our three-year timeline
Leibniz Institute for Media Research
Coordinator and Lead of WP1 – Coordination
Lead of WP11 – Consortium Ethics
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