Skip to main content
Research project

Promoting Attainment of Responsible Research & Innovation in Science Education

Project overview

The PARRISE (Promoting Attainment of Responsible Research & Innovation in Science Education) project aims at introducing the concept of Responsible Research and Innovation in primary and secondary education. It does so by combining inquiry-based learning and citizenship education with socio-scientific issues in science education. The project also aims to collect and share existing best practices across Europe and develop learning tools, materials and in/pre-service training courses for science teachers based on the SSIBL approach.

Staff

Lead researcher

Professor Marcus Grace BSc, MSc, PhD, PGCE, CSciTeach, FRSB

Professor of Science Education

Research interests

  • The science and values underpinning education for biodiversity, sustainable development and citizenship
  • Adolescent decision-making, and teaching and learning about socio-scientific issues

Connect with Marcus

Other researchers

Doctor Andri Christodoulou

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Argumentation within scientific and socio-scientific contexts
  • Dialogic teaching

Connect with Andri

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Marta R.Ariza,
Andri Christodoulou,
Michiel van Harskamp,
Marie-Christine Knippels,
Eleni A. Kyza,
Ralph Levinson,
& Andria Agesilaou
, 2021 , Sustainability , 13 (20)
Type: article
Ruth Amos,
Christina Ottander,
& Katarina Ottander
, 2018
Type: conference
Back to top