PAFSE Networks

Collaboration is the core of PAFSE – Partnerships in Science Education since it is crucial for developing science education projects. Networking with open schooling projects can help facilitate this.

​Connecting with projects with similar goals, can help PAFSE to improve the quality of the project’s outputs by providing feedback and suggestions for improvement and can also lead to joint initiatives, such as science fairs, symposia, and workshops, which can promote cross-learning, enhance collaboration, and broaden the network. Such partnerships can also foster a spirit of teamwork and collaboration, enabling project participants to work together towards shared goals.

Furthermore, the synergies help raise the profile of the science education projects involved, creating awareness, and increasing its impact and reach.

PAFSE – Partnerships for Science Education project aims to extend science education networks and, in the long term, a new European association prepared to support policy actions.​​

Logo of OTTER (EU-funded project)

OTTER is an EU-funded project that aims to spark young people’s interest in science and environmental sustainability with the help of
Education Outside the Classroom tools and methodologies.

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A joint collaboration with 7 European projects to spread the word about how schools, local communities, policy-makers, museums, sciences centres and other local stakeholders can rethink learning boundaries.