How to Teach and Learn About Reliable Research to Foster a Good Future for our Society
November 17, 2020 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm| €15
This workshop is for all of those who are interested in research, the notion of teachers as researcher and ethics.
According to the statement by the ALLEA Permanent Working Group on Science and Ethics (2013), and “in view of recent events and debates, education in research ethics needs to be strengthened to ensure trust and confidence in scientific research.” Furthermore, “ALLEA argues in this statement that societies need to set aside or create resources (time, human resources, knowledge banks etc.), so as to ensure that all research is conducted by individuals who have the necessary literacy in ethics.”
In light of this, Path2integrity has been designing learning cards to argue in favour of reliable research results and responsible research. These cards cater to secondary school students, students as well as (future) researchers. These units are student-centred and use a dialogical approach, with role-playing and storytelling to foster trust in research. The learning cards empower its users all over Europe to understand how important such reliable research is, especially how important reliable research for society is – especially in times of COVID-19.
This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824488.
27th Annual Conference
This workshop is part of the 27th EuroClio Annual Conference on Controversy and Disagreement in the Classroom. You can find more information on the Annual Conference, including the full programme, on the Annual Conference main page.
You can register to this single workshop for 15€ , or register to multiple workshops for a reduced fee.
Participation is free for Individual Members, Member Associations, and Ambassadors. Reach out to Djoera at email@example.com to know how to join.