Tag: #socinn

  • The student experience of NEMESIS: cultivating self-positivity in the classroom

    The student experience of NEMESIS: cultivating self-positivity in the classroom

    Having had the privilege to take part in and closely observe pilot period 1 of NEMESIS at Rockingham Junior and Infant School, I realise how important the power of self-positivity is. We all know what it means to be positive, and how this can sometimes be a struggle. So when ‘positivity’ becomes an intrinsic part […]

  • Discover NEMESIS philosophy in a nutshell

    Discover NEMESIS philosophy in a nutshell

    We had the pleasure of attending the last last Social Innovation Community meeting in Sevilla. Many conversations revolved around how to foster a culture of social innovation, how to embed its practice in society. In NEMESIS project we believe there is an obvious answer to that: education.

  • Introducing NEMESIS schools

    Introducing NEMESIS schools

    In every journey there is a a group of brave pioneers whose involvement and commitment are essential to succeed. Such is the case in our schools. We are already on the hunt for more schools to be involved, so keep an eye on this page – we will be updating!

  • Developing the entrepreneurial citizen

    Developing the entrepreneurial citizen

    How can the incorporation of democratic citizenship, entrepreneurial competences and social innovation practices in education contribute towards the empowerment of students as active citizens and drivers of positive social change?

  • Meet our Social Innovation Practitioners

    Meet our Social Innovation Practitioners

    In NEMESIS we are trying a social innovation education model for and with schools to empower the changemakers of tomorrow. For that to work, the combination of teacher and social innovators expertise is essential. In three years, we aim to develop a European social innovator community and engage around 200 SIPs (‘social innovation practitioners’, our […]

  • Margherita Bagacilupo: “Schools must open up to their environments”

    Margherita Bagacilupo: “Schools must open up to their environments”

    “Entrepreneurship is like happiness: everyone is searching for it but everybody has their own definition of what it is”. Margherita Bagacilupo, a qualitative researcher and policy analyst at the Joint Research Centre, once used that analogy to explain the relevance of the EntreComp Framework, an EU publication she co-authored defining what entrepreneurship as a competence is.