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Equipping the Next Generation for
Responsible Research and Innovation
ale.okada@open.ac.uk
Alexandra Okada
Responsible Research and Innovation is an
inclusive approach to ensure that societal actors
understand risks and benefits ...
The impact of scientific innovation is uncertain
and requires knowledge and skills for reflecting
on social and ethical im...
ENGAGE help teachers support students on
socio-scientific issues and apply inquiry-based
science in life. ASE UK Teachers’...
The ENGAGE RRI curriculum aims to equip
students to be able to form evidence-based
opinions on societal needs and social v...
Our ENGAGE materials (lesson, sequence
and project) were designed to foster
10 inquiry skills important for RRI.
We are equipping learners to identify issues,
evaluate sources, weigh up science & values,
argue opinions & compare soluti...
CommunicateAnalyseEnquire Solve
■ Estimate risks
■ Examine
Consequences
■ Use Ethics
Should we tax sugary drinks?
Editable
materials
for RRI
ENGAGE has more than 8,000 teachers
in Europe who can rate their outcomes
and share comments an...
lesson sequence project
apply
skills
teach
skills
learn
content
Editable
materials
for RRI
Problem
•Dilemma and Problem-Solving
to make learning authentic.
•Group Discussions and Conversations
to build reasoning a...
RRI game activities
engage students to
integrate science and
inquiry skills
Students were
stimulated to look at
all the is...
References
Okada A. (2016) Responsible research and innovation in science education report. Milton Keynes: The Open Univer...
ENGAGE CONSORTIUM
Engaging.Science.eu
Contacts: Tony Sherborne (Project Coordinator)
tonysherborne@gmail.com
Andy Bullough (Project Manager)...
ENGAGE -  RRI conference EESC 2016
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ENGAGE - RRI conference EESC 2016

  1. 1. Equipping the Next Generation for Responsible Research and Innovation ale.okada@open.ac.uk Alexandra Okada
  2. 2. Responsible Research and Innovation is an inclusive approach to ensure that societal actors understand risks and benefits of innovations
  3. 3. The impact of scientific innovation is uncertain and requires knowledge and skills for reflecting on social and ethical implications. ENGAGE - Kickoff meeting
  4. 4. ENGAGE help teachers support students on socio-scientific issues and apply inquiry-based science in life. ASE UK Teachers’ conference
  5. 5. The ENGAGE RRI curriculum aims to equip students to be able to form evidence-based opinions on societal needs and social values. Stantonbury School UK
  6. 6. Our ENGAGE materials (lesson, sequence and project) were designed to foster 10 inquiry skills important for RRI.
  7. 7. We are equipping learners to identify issues, evaluate sources, weigh up science & values, argue opinions & compare solutions. • Devise questions Communicate • Justify opinions • Critique claims • Communicate ideas Inquiry • Devise question Analyse • Interrogate Sources • Analyse patterns • Draw conclusions Solve • Use ethics • Estimate risks • Examine consequences
  8. 8. CommunicateAnalyseEnquire Solve ■ Estimate risks ■ Examine Consequences ■ Use Ethics Should we tax sugary drinks?
  9. 9. Editable materials for RRI ENGAGE has more than 8,000 teachers in Europe who can rate their outcomes and share comments and strategies.
  10. 10. lesson sequence project apply skills teach skills learn content Editable materials for RRI
  11. 11. Problem •Dilemma and Problem-Solving to make learning authentic. •Group Discussions and Conversations to build reasoning and understanding. •Scenario and Performance Assessment to develop knowledge and skills. ENGAGE offers six pedagogical tools for teachers to use socio-scientific issues and inquiry skills for RRI as a curriculum approach Pedagogical Tools for RRI teaching
  12. 12. RRI game activities engage students to integrate science and inquiry skills Students were stimulated to look at all the issues surrounding the dangers... Students use real data in the material to bring questions, and analyse issues. Teachers’ comments
  13. 13. References Okada A. (2016) Responsible research and innovation in science education report. Milton Keynes: The Open University – UK. ISBN 9781473020191. Okada A. & Bayram-Jacobs D.(2016) Opportunities and challenges for equipping the next generation for responsible citizenship through the ENGAGE HUB. International Conference on Responsible Research in Education and Management and its Impact. London 2016. Okada, A., Wolff, A., Mikroyannidis, A. and Ashton, S. (2015) Promoting partnerships among Universities, Schools and Research Centres to foster Responsible Research and Innovation for smart citizenship, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Technology, Policy and Innovation.
  14. 14. ENGAGE CONSORTIUM
  15. 15. Engaging.Science.eu Contacts: Tony Sherborne (Project Coordinator) tonysherborne@gmail.com Andy Bullough (Project Manager) andybullough@upd8.org.uk Alexandra Okada(RRI Legacy Lead) ale.okada@open.ac.uk Yael Shwartz (RRI framework) yaelshwartz@upd8.org.uk Kathy Kikis-Papadaski (RRI CPD Programme) katerina@iacm.forth.gr Matteo Merzagora (RRI Informal Learning) matteomerzagora@upd8.org.uk

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