Catégorie : Controversies

FORCCAST@Futur en Seine 2015: Thank you everyone! 0

FORCCAST@Futur en Seine 2015: Thank you everyone!

On Wednesday June 17th, the FORCCAST team had the pleasure to welcome controversy mapping students, teachers and the public-at-large at the Aleph Theatre in...

Controversy mapping also works in school! 0

Controversy mapping also works in school!

For 2 years now, different french schools in partnership with FORCCAST have been testing out new class formats, therefore implementing controversy mapping. Civil education,...

2014 Induction Week 0

2014 Induction Week

From the 21st to the 30th of August 2014, eight hundred first-year students at Sciences Po Paris took part in the induction week....

The 2013 Holberg Prize awarded to Bruno Latour 0

The 2013 Holberg Prize awarded to Bruno Latour

On 13th March 2013, the president of Ludvig Holberg Memorial Fund Sigmund Grønmo, announced the laureate of the Holberg Prize, worth 4,8 millions...

Education to science and technology through controversy mapping methods 0

Education to science and technology through controversy mapping methods

FORCCAST is structured around three pedagogical axes, which call up to cognitive postures rarely used in current education:   Exploring knowledge in debates on...

FORCCAST 0

FORCCAST

The FORCCAST project (Education to science and technology through controversy mapping methods) won an 8 years grant from French ANR Idefi funding agency. 10...