Thursday, January 10 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Students' Future Imagination in Cutting-Edge Science: The I SEE Project (215)

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How can science education equip students to face the future's uncertainty caused by global crises and accelerating societal change? After a discussion on this challenge we demonstrate activities, developed in the I SEE project (https://iseeproject.eu), fostering students' future thinking and imagination about climate change, artificial intelligence and quantum computing.

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Marianne Cutler

Director Curriculum Innovation, Association for Science Education
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Antti Laherto

University lecturer, University of Helsinki
I work as university lecturer in Physics Education at the University of Helsinki, Finland, teaching pre-service science teachers and primary school teachers. In my research I am interested in aspects of future in science and technology education. See full description of my research... Read More →
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Olivia Levrini

University of Bologna
I am an Associate Professor in Physics Education at the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Bologna. Currently I have the honor to coordinate the European project I SEE, of which ASE is a partner (www.iseeproject.eu). I am strongly involved, as Conference President... Read More →
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Caitlin Wilson

Eco-Schools specialist, Landvernd
Caitlin Wilson is the project manager of CARE, the ecological restoration project and a specialist in education for sustainability, in the Eco-schools project.Caitlin has a B.A. degree in English literature from the College of William and Mary in Virginia in USA, her home state. She... Read More →

Thursday January 10, 2019 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Poynting Physics Large LT (S02)