DEVELOPING AND EVALUATING SKILLS FOR CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION (DESCI)
The Developing and Evaluating Skills for Creativity and Innovation (DESCI) project proposes School-Work Alternation paths based on the Living Lab approach, adopting participatory planning methodologies, connecting school, business, research and territory.
The school has the possibility to create a co-working space, an innovation laboratory for the reference community, for which the students, also guided by business tutors and the world of research, develop innovative socially sustainable products, ecologically and economically.
DESCI is a project funded by the Erasmus Plus Program, Key Action K2, by the INDIRE National Agency. Project leader is CNR-IRPPS, partners are organizations from the world of research and training in Italy, Greece and Spain.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission
ASSOCIATION FOR SCIENCE TRAINING www.formascienza.org
ITT ENRICO FERMI - Frascati www.fermifrascati.it
NATIONAL & KAPODISTRIAN UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS http://en.ppp.uoa.gr/
SCIENCE VEW www.scienceview.gr
1st Protypo Peiramatiko Gymnasio Athinas http://www.1gympeirath.gr/
POLIBIENESTAR- UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA http://www.polibienestar.org/
SOMORROSTRO TRAINING CENTER www.somorrostro.com
Three toolkits for school-work alternation paths (work in progress)
OfficinaAlternanza School - Work 2017
Indire: DESCI Project, the European alternation that connects school-business-territory
The DESCI good practice at the day dedicated to Erasmus Plus news, organized by the Representation of the European Commission in Italy on 21/02/2018 - Download the program
DESCI was included among the Erasmus Plus stories told on the official website of the program