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Press & Media

The Go Green project partnership made contacts with web sites focusing on the field of school education. The Go Green project was presented to the web masters and a link to The Go Green project portal was made so that those who will access the selected web sites can also access, through a direct link, the The Go Green Project portal.

Press

Found 6 links

Transdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Enviromental Sustainability at School

08/03/2023

Article published on the website of the IIS Galileo Galilei. Describes the event related to the seminar, dissemination of Erasmus projects promoted USR. During the seminar the gogreen project was presented, through a video testimony. The article also includes some images and the main information about the gogreen project.


Soffiano, Ferruccio De Bortoli ai Mercoledì del Galilei

21/02/2023

The article was published on the website https:///www.isolottolegnaia.it/soffiano-ferruccio-de-bortoli-ai-mercoledi-del-galilei/ The article describes the event, which will take place with the students of Galilei, on the energy transition. During the event, the Gogreen project was presented to the participants. The article includes the main information about the Gogreen project.


Diario di un’ esperienza a Siviglia

03/06/2023

Article published on the website of the IIS Galileo Galilei, describes the experience of exchange of good practices of a teacher of the Galilei Institute in Seville on the project of Job Shadowing. The gogreen project was disseminated during one of the days of activity. The article also includes some images to witness the dissemination of the project.


Scambio con scuola Polacca

09/02/2023

Article published on the IIS Galileo Galilei website. It describes the event related to the reception of the delegation of Polish teachers from the CKZIU Os Szkalne Institute. During the event, the gogreen project was presented to the participants. The article also includes some images and the main information about the gogreen project.


Firenze si tinge di blu

09/05/2023

Article published on the IIS Galileo Galilei website. It describes the event related to the week of the Festival of Europe held in Florence from 4 to 9 May. During the day of May 9 was presented the project gogreen, through testimony by the Director and the project representative. The article also includes some images and the main information about the gogreen project.


Workshop in Lucca

15/04/2024

The article was published on the website https://www.iisgalileifi.edu.it/pagine/12_disseminazione-evento-ic-lucca7_aprile2024 The article describes the workshop that took place at IC Lucca 7. During the event the teachers worked on how to use the lesson plans. This seminar had the role of creating synergies between teachers of various orders and grades through direct meetings.



Found 34 links

Exchange Links

Pixel

The European project entitled Go Green! Transdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Environmental Sustainability at School was written and coordinated by the project applicant IIS Galileo Galilei (Italy) in cooperation with Pixel, also supporting the coordination of the planning process. The project was funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, Cooperation partnerships in school education. The Go Green! project aims at redefining disciplinary programs and educational methods through cooperation between the different institutions of education and providing theoretical-methodological schemes which are innovative and closer to the analyzed realities as well as virtuous models of action which will enhance environmental issues.


AEEG

Agrupamento de Escolas Emídio Garcia (AEEG) is partner in the Go Green project. AEEG website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Project Portal. The whole school community (students, teachers, janitors, admin staff and parents) visit AEEG website (estimated visits are around 4200 users each year). They may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project.


Isis Galilei

Isis Galilei is the leader of the Go Green project. Galilei’s website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Students, teachers, staff from Ministry of education, families, Institutions and other schools visit Isis Galilei’s website (estimated visits are around 5000 users each year). They may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project. In addition to the project link, this area of the website is always updated on dissemination events with articles, photos, testimonials.


TUS Deveopment Unit

TUS is partner in the Go Green project. Its activities are managed by the TUS Development Unit. The TUS website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from Universities, Associations, Public bodies, Training Agencies, Schools, Researchers visit the TUS Development Unit website. They may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project.


EUROED

EuroEd is partner in the Go Green project. EuroEd website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from Parents, Students, Universities, Associations, Public bodies, Training Agencies, Schools, and people interested in the seminars/language courses visit EuroEd website (estimated visits are around 20.000 users each year). They may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project.


UPV/EHU

The University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) is partner in the Go Green project. The Faculty of Education of Bilbao website provides information about the activity of the different research groups, and the site of the research team “Science and Sustainability Education” includes a direct link to the GoGreen! Portal. Users visit our Faculty website primarily from UPV/EHU and other Universities, Research Institutions, Training Agencies, Public Institutions, Associations, Schools and people interested in the grades/masters. Estimated visits to Faculty website are around 50.000 users each year. They may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project.


Ufficio Scolastico Regionale per la Toscana

The institutional site of the Regional School Office for Tuscany, a peripheral body of the Ministry of Education and Merit, is consulted, at the regional level, by School Managers, administrative staff, teachers, students and families of over 600 Tuscan, state and equal; by staff of Universities, Local Authorities, Research Centers and other organizations which, in various capacities, collaborate with the Office. At the national level, users are officials and personnel of the Ministry of Education of Merit and of the regional school offices, school managers, teachers, students and families. At the European level, the users are the staff of other Regional Authorities dealing with Education, teachers and school managers, Universities, research bodies and other Erasmus+ and European project partners. An annual average of 100,000 users visits the website.


BiMo

The objective of the BiMo project is, with the help of secondary school headmasters and teachers, to deepen the views, impressions and needs of the parents in monolingual societies with implemented bilingual education programmes, and to establish synergies from societies with greater experience in everyday bilingualism and bilingual education programmes in a foreign language.


CAVE Project

The project identifies three main specific objectives: Provide basic and transversal digital skills to teachers for a transformation of teaching methodologies by emphasizing the opportunities for relationship and participation that online platforms offer. Work on the innovation of sharing strategies of teaching materials in social platforms close to the daily online relational experience of young people, as well as on better communicability of teaching materials through the adoption of visual languages and storytelling as narration methods of more engaging content. Provide transversal digital skills (e.g. critical analysis, user awareness, creative content production) for greater autonomy and behavioural online responsibility online. CAVE project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Anthropocene Project

Develop a digital platform where students can develop their knowledge about environment and big data, and teachers can learn how to teach students about these topics. Anthropocene project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Clil 4 Steam Project

The C4S project aims at combining the study of CLIL and STEAM. Specific objectives of the project are: Provide teachers using CLIL method with necessary knowledge and skills to create their own materials Provide teachers and students with high quality and highly transferable CLIL based teaching materials focusing on STEAM curricula Creating a community of practice through which teachers and educators could share their CLIL materials and tips for teaching STEAM in a foreign language Clil 4 Steam project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Fiction Project

The Fiction project has the aim to provide science teachers with the skills to use digital tools and strategies for teaching at secondary school level. Fiction project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


I Have Rights Project

Provide secondary school teachers with the skills to deal with multicultural classrooms through the acquisition of intercultural competences based on the understanding of human rights and non-discrimination values. I Have Rights project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the go Green project


KeyCode Project

The Key-Code aims to expand the curricula of secondary schools with educational experiences that enhance the key competences of pupils based on empathy, active citizenship and EU values. For the purpose Key-Code aims to develop, test and disseminate active learning instruments that enhance three categories of preadolescents’ (11 - 16 years) key competencies: Interpersonal skills based on empathy; Active EU citizenship; Cultural awareness concerning the EU values. Keycode project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Learning for Life Project

The learning for life by PBL projects, aims to promote new education methodology, such as Problem Based Learning (PBL) and Multiple Intelligences (MI). And also developing skills required in the present and future society. The core subjects of the projects will be Maths, Science and Literacy. Learning for Life project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Off Book Project

The project aims at redefining disciplinary programs and educational methods through cooperation between the different institutions of education and providing theoretical-methodological schemes which are innovative and closer to the analyzed realities as well as virtuous models of action which will enhance environmental issues. The specific aims of the project are: Contribute to promoting the awareness of schools communities about environmental issues and sustainable development through the promotion of a transdisciplinary approach and problem-based learning. Implementing, experimenting, validating, supporting, and disseminating training models linked to the environment and to more aware management and consumption of natural resources. Enhance the contribution that the school education system can give to the environmental sustainability Off Book project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Parsifal, the Legends Researcher

The objective of the Parsifal project (2018-1-PL01-KA201-050865) is to use ICT to allow students to improve literacy through an aware knowledge of the cultural heritage surrounding them, at the same time carrying out a comparative analysis with the cultural heritage of other European areas. Parsifal, the Legends Researcher project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Pathways through Religions Project

The aims of the Pathway through Religions project are: To promote awareness of religions and foster a sense of mutual tolerance To provide secondary school teachers with the competences to deal with multi-religious classes To develop students’ social, civic and intercultural competences and prevent discriminating behaviours Pathways to Religions project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the VRSCiT project


Smild Project

The project’s main objectives are to provide math teachers with: Protocols to determine the most appropriate solutions for the students with Learning Disabilities in Math Reliable, easy to use and operative set of references materials and information to identify and tackle underachievement in Math. Smild project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


Tiramisu Project

The aims of the Tiramisu project are: To improve skills and competences of school teachers on First Aid and health and safety To test at EU level an innovative transnational training course on First Aid and health and safety Tiramisu project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


CAMPS Project

The CAMPS project intends to develop a greater and sound awareness of the importance of CLIL methodology for primary schools, as language studies have been increasingly proving that foreign languages can be more easily learned at a younger age, and so it seems to be for foreign languages learned/taught through CLIL methodology. The specific aims of the project are: Provide primary school teachers with reliable yet accessible methodological training that can supply knowledge and experience with the CLIL so that it will be possible to create simple disciplinary input in English Provide teachers with easy and effective access to CLIL base teaching tools, taking the form of CLIL based Video lessons in English focusing on Arts and Music, to be used in their everyday teaching practices Promote the insertion of CLIL methodology at the primary school level by providing exemplary and motivational case studies CAMPS project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


CUT Project

The CUT! project will target directly pre-adolescent boys and girls in school, as they are the best target group to prevent at an early stage alcohol abuse and other risky behaviours. At the same time, parents, educators and psychological support staff are also directly targeted as they represent the two actors mainly involved in the growth and education of young people between 11-14. Specific objectives include: - Raise awareness on the issue of alcohol abuse - Prevent risky behaviours eventually leading to alcohol abuse - Develop response strategies to tackle the issue of alcohol abuse among pre-adolescents CUT project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the Go Green project


IDEAS Project

The main objective of the project is making secondary school teachers prepared to cope in the short / medium term with the new ways of learning, teaching and communicating with students at risk of exclusion whose situation has been further endangered by COVID19 emergency and in the longer term to develop an aware capacity to use innovative ICT based methodologies guaranteeing full access and equal opportunities to learn to all students. IDEAS project website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users may now learn about and benefit from the GO Green project


Centro de Ciência Viva de Bragança

Centro Ciência Viva de Bragança (CCVB) is an associated partner of AEEG. It is one of the 22 national Ciência Viva Science Centers which belongs to a joint national network that fosters science education and public understanding of science, promoting the success of knowledge-based societies. Therefore, it constitutes a platform for collaboration between municipalities, higher education institutions and scientific research centers, which has been playing an important role in the dissemination of science and technology to the population, promoting a culture of innovation and competitiveness. (Estimated visits are around 10000 users each year)


EHUrOPE - EHU European Projects Office

EHUrOPE is the European project office of the University of the Basque Country. Dependent of the Vicerrectorate of Research Its website provides information about European projects, grants, as well as the projects in which the UPV/EHU itself participates, such as GO Gree. Green project.


União das Freguesias de Sé, Santa Maria e Meixedo

A Parish Counsil is the closest municipal office to citizens. It has the mission of supporting perishers in order to improve their living conditions, responds to their needs and expectation. It has around 20.000 visitors per yera.


Centro de Formação da Associação de Escolas Bragança Norte

Centro de Formação da Associação de Escolas Bragança Norte (CFAEBN) is an associated partner of AEEG. It is a training centre for Teachers of all levels. It targets 8 group of schools located in the North of Bragança District. (Estimated visits are around 50000 users each year)


ITIS Meucci

ITS Meucci is partner in the Go Green project. ITS Meucci website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from Internal stakeholders (students, teachers, families) and external stakeholders (universities, local areas, associations, businesses, local authorities) visit the site, (estimated visits are around 152630 users each year).


IC Ghiberti

IC Ghiberti is partner in the Go Green project. IC Ghiberti website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from Internal stakeholders (students, teachers, families) and external stakeholders ( local areas, associations, businesses, local authorities) visit the site, (estimated visits are around 4602 users each year).


ITS Energia e Ambiente

ITS Energia e Ambiente is partner in the Go Green project. ITS Energia e Ambiente website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from Internal stakeholders (students, teachers, families) and external stakeholders (universities, local areas, associations, businesses, local authorities) visit the site, (estimated visits are around 1650 users each year).


Liceo Copernico

Liceo Copernico posted an article related to the GoGreen project and committed to contribute to the dissemination of the activities and results, through: 1. The eTwinning platform for project realization with other European schools; 2. Participation in Erasmus days; 3. Production of digital and paper-based informational materials (brochures, posters, flyers); 4. Newsletters and press releases to local media; creation of pages on social networks (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) and on the school website; 5. Presentation of activities and results to the teaching staff and families; 6. Dissemination in classrooms, student assemblies, and during Agora days (4 days of activities, conferences, and forums self-managed by students); 7. Creation of a Repository of best practices and innovative teaching methodologies accessible to the community.


IC Rita Levi Montalcini

IC Rita Levi Montalcini is associated partner in the Go Green project. The school will contribute to the dissemination and exploitation of the results through the collegial organisms (disciplinary departments, Teachers' Board, School Council etc.), with public meetings addressed to families and the entire community, also with the contribution of local authorities and other educational agencies in the area.


Liceo Scientifico Leonardo da Vinci di Firenze

The Leonardo da Vinci Scientific High School in Florence supports Go Green, a project which, thanks to European funding, intends to develop educational paths aimed at enhancing eco-sustainability.


I.C. Sestini

I.C. Sestini will contribute to the dissemination and enhancement of the project by publishing on its institutional website the link to the project web page and promoting as "best practices" among its teachers the transdisciplinary proposals on the themes of sustainability and respect for the environment that arise from the Project