Posts Tagged ‘sustainability’

What is the Importance of STEM Education in Climate Change and Sustainability Education for Children?

CC-BY, provided by author What are the Sustainable Development Goals? Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals): It is a universal call to action to eradicate poverty, protect our planet and ensure that all people live in peace and prosperity. The major objectives of the Sustainable Development Goals are: Sustainable Development...

Small Bridge Engineers

In this Scientix blogpost, Derya Yukva, a preschool teacher in Turkey, presents the “Small Bridge Engineers” activity. The project was conducted for four days with sixteen, five-year-old students. The aim was to develop among students a positive attitude and behaviour towards nature. To do so, students were challenged to...

The story of the water drop

This year, I am working with 6- to 7-year-old students. They love stories a lot and are very curious and kind-hearted, eager to learn and get involved. Therefore, I proposed to them to celebrate World Water Day through a series of activities through which they learned the story of...

Green Behavior Code

Green Behavior Code is an eTwinning project that involves 4 countries (Spain, Italy, Romania and Tunisia), 105 students and 4 teachers. We aim to make pupils aware that our behaviors affect deeply and irreparably the environment. They need to think about alternative behaviors, more environmentally-conscious. In this project, pupils...

STEM for sustainability and digital citizenship – Building Meteorology Station

Our children need to develop their creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship, communication, collaboration, critical thinking, problem-solving skills and use 21st-century skills correctly. I believe it is time to encourage every stakeholder in the education field to organize activities that will raise awareness about these issues by highlighting the relevant skills students...

BIOPROFILES: Teaching Green

Presentation: This educational project has been carried out in 4 European countries, Slovakia, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Spain supported by three teacher training workshops: The first one was an internal workshop for educational consortia partners for initial project planning and project inception. The next two workshops were carried...