In order to discuss what teachers need to integrate participatory projects such as Open Schooling activities into the classroom on a regular basis, the MOST project is organising a policy seminar on the topic Opening up school education: Ways to support schools on their path to institutional change. The main aims of this policy seminar are
- Illuminate the importance of opening up school education and present examples of best practices.
- Discuss and reflect how this promising approach can be integrated in the day-to-day teaching.
- Discuss what schools and their teachers need to start institutional change and transform into an open school.
Introduction speeches will be held by Agueda Gras-Velazquez from the European Schooling Network (EUN) and Tobias Feitkenhauer from the Initiative “Schule im Aufbruch (school on the move),” Germany. We look forward to a lively exchange in the subsequent world café with invited representatives from policy and research from across Europe as well as with members of the European Open Schooling network.