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Schools as Living Labs

Resources

From research outcomes, articles, to the living-lab toolbox that will be created throughout this project.   

A roadmap that offers suggestions for schools and national coordinators on how to identify, approach and create a sustainable connection with external societal actors in living lab projects
An overview of the preparations for the pilot phase of SALL methodology implemented in 42 schools and in 10 different countries: overall situation, strategy and materials.
A conceptual and methodological framework for the evaluation of School As Living Labs’ activities
This roadmap gives the main elements to help teachers plan and implement open-schooling projects in and outside their classroom.
Common reference bibliography about Living Lab approaches, series of significant cases and glossary.
Description of the community of schools that will be exploring living-lab-based open schooling in the context of SALL
In January 2021, Schools As Living Labs organised 4 webinars to build a common culture of living lab methodologies and to try answering a fundamental question: what makes a project a living-lab project? The answer from the arts and media charity, Knowle West Media Centre
General principles and structure of the methodology that the SALL project will implement in order to facilitate the interaction between the participating school communities, other societal actors and, the project team.
In January 2021, Schools As Living Labs organised 4 webinars to build a common culture of living lab methodologies and to try answering a fundamental question: what makes a project a living-lab project? The answer from Elin, a 13 years-old student who participated in collaborative project.
In January 2021, Schools As Living Labs organised 4 webinars to build a common culture of living lab methodologies and to try answering a fundamental question: what makes a project a living-lab project? The answer from a designer.
In January 2021, Schools As Living Labs organised 4 webinars to build a common culture of living lab methodologies and to try answering a fundamental question: what makes a project a living-lab project? The answer from the science centre, Le Dôme
The roadmap for teachers and educators has been enriched with further additions
Practical guidance and training materials addressed to educators on how a school living lab activity can involve relevant societal actors. The support materials exemplifies the engagement methodology of SALL and make it accessible and immediately usable by schools.
SALL’s first newsletter is out!
This report presents the process, and its results, engaged to co-create a methodology that will allow schools, teachers, students, and other societal actors to reflect on a local problem in an active, engaged and experimental way.
This reports presents the SALL methodology, which is an adaptation of the Living Lab approach to the school context. The aim is to run Living Lab projects in schools, involving students and other local actors in a user-driven innovation process.