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New Forms of Social Learning in Mediterranean Higher Engineering Education: Change Lab for Gender Equality Transformation, Methodology, Design Principles

Anastasia Zabaniotou
2020 Sustainability  
Particular attention is paid to the role of HORIZON 2020 Taking a Reflexive Approach to Gender Equality for Institutional Transformation (TARGET) project in conceptualizing gender equality learning and  ...  We used action research and practical learning in our methodology. Design principles are provided, and methodological setup is included.  ...  Authorities of the member-institutions and various stakeholders participated in the workshops are acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12166618 fatcat:nuegtowirjhtth6bxxgcir2mga

A Conceptual Approach to the Stakeholder Mapping of Energy Lab in Poor Urban Settings

Xue-Qing Chen, Josephine K. Musango
2022 Sustainability  
The results of this study found that the energy living lab in poor urban settings recognised the importance of stakeholder mapping and the development of new solutions.  ...  The study attempted to develop comprehensive cases for Africa-based experiences of the pilot project launched through a set-up of an energy living lab in the Groenheuwel community, as well as achieve an  ...  In an African context, living labs have emerged primarily as outputs of action research only.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14106233 fatcat:gbjef6m5s5dc5jvxbu7fdqhrw4

Integrated lessons learned for renewable energy prosumer futures across Europe

E. Marín-González, I. Campos
2021 Zenodo  
7.3 "Meta-analysis, lessons learned and recommendations for Living Labs".  ...  This deliverable reports on the work carried out in PROSEU WP7 "Living Labs: Lessons learned and recommendations for mainstreaming the participation of citizens in the Energy Union, specifically, in task  ...  Union, specifically, in task 7.3 "Meta-analysis, lessons learned and recommendations for Living Labs".  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4548185 fatcat:eb2s3xe3dbadpin37zszbmluxy

Sustainable Development and Higher Education: Acting with a Purpose

Finnveden, Newman, Verhoef
2019 Sustainability  
Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) have a unique role and responsibility for the future and for driving the development of a sustainable society [...]  ...  Their observations are shaped and grounded in a literature review that seeks to provide a series of lessons learned and categorization that may be shared with institutions in a similar stage of organizational  ...  The goal was to integrate the main university campus within a framework which guarantees sustainability and allows innovation in the living lab.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11143831 fatcat:fqzeenp3yfajbbaf52f7ylbxfm

Deliverable 6.1 CATALOGUE ON ANALYSIS OF CONTENTS, FORMATS AND NEEDS FOR TRAININGS

Cristina Paca, Carmen Fenollosa, Jonas Lazaro-Mojica, Barbara Regeer
2018 Zenodo  
In addition to that, it catalogues 40 content sources, formats and activities that can be used as stimulation to the City Labs when co-creating the educational modules with diverse groups of stakeholders  ...  It starts from the competences identified by the Policy framework FOOD 2030, to move to the FIT4FOOD2030 partners understanding of them and includes key competences for a responsible Research and innovation  ...  Format: Lesson plans Description: THINK is a 5-8 hour lesson plan introducing the concept of innovation and its process and inspire students to act as innovators in their daily lives.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4601605 fatcat:3c42souk5bd4tby7yeqj7yucdm

Gender consciousness through applied theatre

Catarina Sales Oliveira, Alcides A. Monteiro, Sílvia Pinto Ferreira
2018 European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults  
The core of the approach followed was guided by a fundamental question: 'can theatre raise consciousness and empowerment in the context of gender equality?'  ...  We present and discuss the process and results of this experience including the advantages and limitations of applied theatre in certain types of outcomes.  ...  The framework context was the difficult social and economic situation that Portugal has been living in recent years and the way it has worsen women's situation, particularly in the labour market.  ... 
doi:10.3384/rela.2000-7426.ojs352 fatcat:7zeirirk25efronqinxdfh6nqi

Reflecting on Actions in Living Lab Research

Anna Ståhlbröst, Marita Holst
2017 Technology Innovation Management Review  
We also thank the European Commission for funding the Privacy Flag project and the U4IoT project that funds the extended research on the aspects of living lab and crowd engagement in innovation processes  ...  Furthermore, we thank the end users who participated in the pilots and the companies who made it possible: your input and efforts are of great value for our research.  ...  It is therefore important that living lab researchers apply a reflection-in-action approach to their research and innovation processes.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview/1055 fatcat:czx2kfq2gndwfnrogwomljfdmy

The Rural ICT Comprehensive Evaluation Framework: Implementing the First Domain, the Baseline Study Process

Caroline Pade-Khene, Dave Sewry
2012 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
These stages are explored in the Siyakhula Living Lab, an ICT4D project in South Africa, to reveal the shortcomings and suitability of the framework through lessons learned, and contribute to the continuous  ...  However, with the growing implementation of such technology requires the need to account for such implementations and assess the need, process, outcome and impact of ICT projects in developing countries  ...  Special thanks also goes to the Siyakhula Living Lab for supporting the research study and motivation for the Baseline Study evaluation. 7.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2012.tb00365.x fatcat:an5ljgdag5h7nfbnqk2xxoea6m

Innovation Ecosystem for women makers through textiles labs and the shemakes.eu approach

Adriana Cabrera, Anastasia Pistofidou, Marion Real, Shannon Sykes, Anna Czeschik, Jesse Marsh
2021 Zenodo  
and the impacts we are generating by acting in our close environments.  ...  and empower women in lab environments, in the Textile and Clothing industry, and more widely in Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy frameworks.  ...  TCBL and the participants in all labs activities.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5169851 fatcat:xmld54ru75fexhijt43h2x7jmm

Using Educational Robotics as an Instruction Tool for Teaching the Omani Social Studies Curriculum

2022 Journal of Education and Practice  
in general lack knowledge and skills in educational robotics, and they think that the current school environment does not support its implementation.  ...  Focusing on this area is driven by lack of literature about implementation of robotics in teaching social studies.  ...  Future Research Direction Future studies can address the social studies' teachers' preparing programs and in service training regarding the development of their knowledge, attitudes and skills about the  ... 
doi:10.7176/jep/13-1-02 fatcat:uj2vpdrf6na7ri53bnoknooes4

Facilitating Urban Sustainability through Transdisciplinary (TD) Research: Lessons from Ghana, South Africa and Zimbabwe

Gladman Thondhlana, Chipo Mubaya, Alice McClure, Akosua Amaka-Otchere, Sheunesu Ruwanza
2021 Sustainability  
Though transdisciplinary processes are growing in developing countries, dispersed literature on and a growing number of projects applying TD research in different contexts make it difficult to learn from  ...  Sustainable urbanization objectives are pertinent in the context of rapidly expanding African cities, in which urban inhabitants experience challenges associated with poor sanitation, climate hazards,  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript; or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13116205 fatcat:aag3zwewoze3rewbpthhawxsy4

Inquiry-based Science Education and e-Learning

Sofoklis A. Sotiriou
2021 EurophysicsNews  
Science classrooms (even in the time of the pandemic) should provide more challenging, inquiry-based, authentic and higher-order learning experiences allowing students to participate in scientific practices  ...  Rich scientific databases, e-Learning tools and digital educational resources can serve as a catalyst for science learning.  ...  It is exactly this competence-oriented, inquiry-based lifelong learning experience that facilitates teachers' and students' interaction with 'knowledge scaffolds' in their peer communities by sharing (  ... 
doi:10.1051/epn/2021204 fatcat:oqshep3cmjekhngssbhdrbe3mm

Structured Collaboration Across a Transformative Knowledge Network—Learning Across Disciplines, Cultures and Contexts?

Adrian Ely, Anabel Marin, Lakshmi Charli-Joseph, Dinesh Abrol, Marina Apgar, Joanes Atela, Becky Ayre, Robert Byrne, Bikramaditya K. Choudhary, Victoria Chengo, Almendra Cremaschi, Rowan Davis (+15 others)
2020 Sustainability  
The paper illustrates how the project was structured in order to enable learning across disciplines, cultures and contexts and describes how it also provided for the negotiation of epistemological frameworks  ...  To this end, it discusses lessons regarding the use of theoretical and methodological anchors, multi-loop learning and evaluating emergent change (including the difficulties encountered).  ...  This can be expected to be especially true when methods are applied across different contexts in response to different challenges.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12062499 fatcat:zh5ntd3o7jhvtagg5hgjn5pkfe

Knowledge, transfer, and innovation in physical literacy curricula

Catherine D. Ennis
2015 Journal of Sport and Health Science  
Literate individuals possess knowledge and skill and can apply these to perform tasks in novel settings.  ...  This emphasis on physical literacy curricula continues today in the Science, PE, & Me! and The Science of Healthful Living interdisciplinary curricula.  ...  problems in novel situations. 2 Thus, one criterion of literacy might be context-specific and context-flexible knowledge or the ability to learn knowledge of something in one context and apply it effectively  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jshs.2015.03.001 pmid:26558137 pmcid:PMC4637172 fatcat:b2epo3jhfngbhlqqifdmliomze

More Data, Please: Machine Learning to Advance the Multidisciplinary Science of Human Sociochemistry

Jasper H. B. de Groot, Ilja Croijmans, Monique A. M. Smeets
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
This approach would increase our grip on the way chemical signals non-verbally and subconsciously affect our social lives across contexts.  ...  skin bacteria, hormones, genes), and variability in psychological states and traits on the other (e.g., genes, culture, hormones, internal state, context).  ...  the Big Data Challenge Ahead of Us").  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.581701 pmid:33192899 pmcid:PMC7642605 fatcat:k7hkpd54gngfbcaz4ias67ecnu
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