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The project is addressed to:
The entire school community can benefit from the results of the GO Green project on environmental protection, sustainability and green practices: a training course and proposal of lesson plans for teachers, a new syllabus for school directors, a transdisciplinary approach for students.
E-learning based training package addressed to secondary school teachers to prepare them in taking into account environmental and sustainable development-related issue in their lessons
A database of lesson plans and related teaching tools and sources that secondary school teachers and students can use to address the main challenges related to environmental and sustainable development
The Go Green project is funded, by the European Commission through the Italian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme
The GoGreen partnership participated today in a webinar to present the first lesson plans to promote environmental sustainability at School.
The lesson plans were produced by UPV and TUS on the following topics:
- What can we do in order not to increase the world temperature by 2 oC in comparison to preindustrial times?
- Would you install solar panels on the roof of your house to generate clean energy but would require a significant investment?
The IIS Galilei will organize an hibrid workshop on 25 October at 3 p.m. entitled "Ecosocial Education Basics".
Prof. Jose Ramon Diex Lopez from the University of the Basque Country will deliver the workshop. The aim of the workshop is to provide teachers with the competencies to:
- Know and identify the main characteristics of the current eco-social crisis.
- Acquire a systemic approach to address sustainability competences in the subjects from an interdisciplinary perspective.
- Recognize the importance of education for sustainability.
- Encourage the contribution of the educational community to education for sustainability.
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The third partners' meeting of the Go Green project took place in Braganca (PT).
All partners participated in the meeting and the main discussed topics were:
• Validation of the e-learning course for secondary school teachers related to the integration of environmental sustainability at school
• Definition of the list of lesson plans for teachers
• Preparation of the structure and the contents for the progress report