In Practice

First, we have to take into account that it is not necessary to have scientific or academic knowledge to start or participate in a Scientific Dialogic Gathering (SDG). The goal is precisely to learn and share the best literary creations of humanity in the scientific domain, and SDGs show us how this is possible for everybody.

SDGs can start with the interest (of people/learners) to get involved in science or can be introduced (from an adult education organisation) as a different approach to subjects such as biology, chemistry and mathematics. It is important to mention that SDGs are not limited to the natural sciences but include all areas of scientific knowledge accumulated by humanity over time (e.g. the natural sciences, formal sciences, engineering and technology, life and health sciences, social sciences and humanities).

The participants can use different resources to access the works and articles worked on in a gathering, such as acquiring and borrowing them from libraries, among others. In any case, it must be ensured that economics conditions are not impediments to participating in SDGs.

In the following, the necessary information to carry out a Scientific Dialogic Gathering (SDGs) is presented (see the submenu on the left).

Have fun to explore what SDGs are and how to put them into practice!


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