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Responsible Research and Innovation in secondary school science classrooms : Experiences from the project Irresistible. / Apotheker, Jan; Blonder, Ron ; Akaygun, Sevil; Reis, Pedro; Kampschulte, Lorenz; Laherto, Antti.

In: Pure and Applied Chemistry, Vol. 89, No. 2, 02.2017, p. 211–219.

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Harvard

Apotheker, J, Blonder, R, Akaygun, S, Reis, P, Kampschulte, L & Laherto, A 2017, 'Responsible Research and Innovation in secondary school science classrooms: Experiences from the project Irresistible' Pure and Applied Chemistry, vol 89, no. 2, pp. 211–219. DOI: 10.1515/pac-2016-0817

APA

Apotheker, J., Blonder, R., Akaygun, S., Reis, P., Kampschulte, L., & Laherto, A. (2017). Responsible Research and Innovation in secondary school science classrooms: Experiences from the project Irresistible. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 89(2), 211–219. DOI: 10.1515/pac-2016-0817

Vancouver

Apotheker J, Blonder R, Akaygun S, Reis P, Kampschulte L, Laherto A. Responsible Research and Innovation in secondary school science classrooms: Experiences from the project Irresistible. Pure and Applied Chemistry. 2017 Feb;89(2):211–219. Available from, DOI: 10.1515/pac-2016-0817

BibTeX

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abstract = "Responsible Research and Innovation has become a core concept in many of the Horizon 2020 programs. In this article the concept of RRI is discussed in context of secondary education, and the interpretation used within the project ‘Irresistible’ is introduced. In the article several ways in which RRI can be incorporated in science classrooms are discussed, connected to the teaching of contemporary research taking place in universities as well as recent innovations coming from industry. The presented modules are designed in groups in which teachers work together with researchers, science educators and science center experts. As one of the educational approaches used in the modules, students created exhibits in which both the scientific content as well as the RRI concepts related to the content are demonstrated for the general public. These exhibits have been very successful as a learning tool.",
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