Open Schools for Open Societies
Open Schools for Open Societies (OSOS) is a European project that supports teachers and schools across 10 European countries to adopt Open Schooling approaches, by:
a) developing a model that promotes such a culture through the co-creation of inspiring projects
b) providing support for teacher and school leaders, such as, staff development, redesigning time, and partnerships with relevant organisations (local industries, research organisations, parents associations and policy makers), and
c) suggesting a range of possible implementation processes from small-scale prototypes through to setting up an “open school within a school”
The aim of the OSOS project is to support schools and teachers in designing and implementing Open Schooling with a theme linked to the UNESCO Sustainable Development Goals and relevant to regional and local issues.

The participation of Irish schools participating in the OSOS poject (2018-2020) is led by CASTeL researchers Dr. Eilish McLoughlin and Dr. James Lovatt. If you would like your school (primary or post-primary) to get involved, please complete your details:

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