Into the GREEEN: addressing environmental challenges at school!

Mar 7, 2024News

Dealing with the climate crisis is one of the most complex challenges we face today and one that sometimes generates a sense of helplessness when one believes that one does not have the right tools to deal with it. It is therefore essential that new generations in particular learn early on how to deal with this complex phenomenon. How to provide teachers and students with skills, competencies and knowledge to successfully address environmental, social and educational issues and challenges?

GREEEN‘s initiatives and activitiesare precisely geared toward answering this question concretely. The planning of the project’s next steps was done during the transnational meeting in Italy, in Palermo. The goal was to plan activities with schools going towards a GREEN future.

Training courses and specific activities for students and teachers will be organized within the schools in the coming months, in particular:

  • 8 modules of 10 online lessons in natural sciences, social Sciences, technology and art.
  • an online comic/graphic book series “The Green Monster Stories”;
  • 8 entrepreneurial projects undertaken by national teams consisting of teachers and pupils;
  • a series of extracurricular activities in Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Technology and Art created by teachers and pupils;
  • an eco-entrepreneurial curriculum.

Another activity that is still ongoing is an online journal: a series of more than 100 pieces of online content on environmental and entrepreneurship issues created by teachers and children from participating schools.

The meeting also discussed the concluded activity an eco-competition with 20 eco-interventions, for which winners have been chosen at the national level and the winner at the international level will be decided soon.

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GREEEN – GAMES, RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT, ENTERPRENURSHIP AND EDUCATION NETWORK is a project funded by the program Erasmus + – KA2: Cooperation Partnerships | School, and aims to build capacities that successfully address local and regional environmental, social and educational issues/challenges.


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