Cours d'écoles "Oasis"

Projet leader:

Carlo Barone (OSC, co-directeur de l'axe Politiques éducatives au LIEPP), responsable du projet

Olivier Leproux (LIEPP postdoctoral research fellow)
 

 

 

OASIS (Openness, Adaptation, Sensibilisation, Innovation and Social ties) has been selected by the European Urban Innovative Actions (UIA) program and it is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), which aims to strengthen economic and social cohension in the European Union. 

This projet (UIA03-344) proposes to create, with the involvement of local users, a new solution to design and transform urban spaces suited to climate change. This involves renewing usages, moving towards more mixed use and appropriation of these spaces by local inhabitants. 

To target these improvements through concrete actions, several operational objectives have been set. 

  1. To create cool islands by experimenting with innovative solutions and products (natural techniques, materials) that are effective in reducing the effect of Urban Heat Island phenomenon.
  2. To ensure support from all parties, OASIS aims to develop a new methodology to co-design urban spaces with users which can be integrated by technical departements ans passed on to other local authorities.This will make it possible to imagine new modes of governance and participatory management for urban neighbourhoods.
  3. OASIS aims to raise awareness and educate about climate change by promoting awareness of each of its environmental action capabilities 
  4. To reinforce social ties at neighbourhood level by developing a real protocol of contributory democracy that will lead to the creation of a collective of committed citizens and new local meeting places. 

For Météo France, ESIEE (LIED) and the LIEPP, this means assessing the climate-related and social impacts of the OASIS projet. 

  • Assessment of the climatic and micro-climatic impact of OASIS court (LIED and Météo France)
  • Evaluation of the thermal impact of the OASIS court (LIED)
  • Social Impact Assessment (LIEPP)

Social Impact Assessment (LIEPP) : 

Grids of indicators constructed from a set of direct observations and interviews will make it possible to grasp the social impact on the use of the playgrounds by children and by outsiders, as well as their awareness of climate change issues. 


Poster du projet (juin 2019)

 

Partenaires : 

The research group recent events:

 

Publications of the Research Group:

  • Agnès VAN ZANTEN, Amelia LEGAVRE, Engineering access to higher education through higher education fairs LIEPP Working Paper, n° 22, April 2014
  • Nina GUYON, Elise HUILLERY, Choix d’orientation et origine sociale : mesurer et comprendre l’autocensure scolaire LIEPP Report décembre 2014
  • Agnès VAN ZANTEN, Alice OLIVIER, Les stratégies statutaires des établissements d’enseignement supérieur. Une étude des « journées portes ouvertes » , LIEPP Working Paper n°40, novembre 2015
  • Yann ALGAN, Elise HUILLERY, Nina GUYON, Comment lutter contre la violence et le harcèlement à l'école et au collège ? LIEPP Policy Brief n°19, juin 2015
  • Laura Perna, Improving Higher Education of All Students: Lessons from the United States , LIEPP Working Paper n°48, February 2016
  • Nina GUYON, Elise HUILLERY, Biased Aspirations and Social Inequality at School: Evidence from French Teenagers , LIEPP Working Paper, n°44, January 2016
  • Nina GUYON, Elise HUILLERY, Track choice and socioeconomic origin: measuring and explaining academic inhibition , LIEPP Policy Brief n°23, february 2016
  • Carlo BARONE, Antonio SCHIZZEROTTO, Giovanni Maria ABBIATI, Giulia ASSIRELLI, Gender, information barriers and fields of study choice: a field experiment , LIEPP Working Paper, n°63, January 2017
  • Carlo BARONE, Denis FOUGERE, Clément PIN, Social origins, shared book reading and language skills in early childhood LIEPP Working Paper n°93, octobre 2019
  • Carlo BARONE, Denis FOUGERE, Clément PIN, La lecture partagée: un levier pour réduire les inégalités scolaires? LIEPP Policy Brief n°44, septembre 2019
  • Jérôme AUST, Ulrike LEPONT Les LABEX réinventés les appropriations paradoxales d'un instrument d'action publique en biologie LIEPP Policy Brief, n°42, Juin 2019
  • Olivier MONSO, Denis FOUGERE, Pauline GIVORD, Claudine PIRUS Les camarades influencent-ils la réussite et le parcours des élèves? Une revue de littérature sur les effets de pairs dans l'enseignement primaire et secondaire LIEPP Working Paper n°86, Avril 2019