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CONNECT - open schooling - Consensus Conference

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posted on 2022-09-28, 09:07 authored by Alexandra OkadaAlexandra Okada, Karine Pinheiro Soares


Subject: Education

Specific: CONNECT - Inclusive Open Schooling with Engaging and Future-oriented science

Type: Word Document - Online Consensus Conference
Date:  11 Nov 2020 

Content Language: Portuguese

Title:  Formative Itinerary Webinar: Digital Competences for Teaching  with open schooling- Intervention Projects  

Reference: Project CONNECT - Extension course for teachers' professional development about Projects of Intervention

Design Method: Participants includes teachers, teachers' educators, policymakers, students, researchers and consultants. A real question is identified by participants (E.g. What are the barriers and drivers in School Education during the pandemic? What is Open Schooling and What will be the benefits and challenges to use open schooling to support schools?) Each participant provides their views, examples, practices. A moderator supports the large number of participants (more than 700) who joined the live stream to facilitate the discussion in the chat. A semi-structured questionnaire is shared with all volunteers participants. Overall results are presented in the Consensus Conference. A facilitator of the event opens the discussion with contributions from the audience and speakers. A summary of results are presented for final comments.

Value: These data provide teachers' self-reflective views about projects of intervention, open schooling barriers and drivers during COVID-19 .This data refers to teachers' opinions about open schooling components and strategies.


Okada A., Soares K. Open Schooling - Consensus Conference - Project of Intervention transcript - Nov 2020 available in ORDO under CC BY SA open license


European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 872814.


This dataset is part of CONNECT project which has received  Ethics approval by The Open University, HREC – Human Research and Ethics Committee. The participants provided their informed consent to participate in this study.


European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 872814.