Talking about climate change … holds suprises! See the case study from Austria.
The Climate Box consortium has published the second newsletter presenting the project’s idea to provide ready-to-use learning activities that educators can use to integrate the topic of climate change into their different learning contexts. Find the newsletter here.
Based on the research phase the partners have developed more than 60 micro-units describing learning activities that are tailored to the educational needs of disadvantaged adults and cover relevant every-day aspects of climate education within six main topics: Climate Change and Personal Impact; Waste and Packaging; Personal Choice – Food & Nutrition; Personal Choice: Consumption Continue reading
During the 2nd transnational meeting on 10th of March, 2021, the partners discussed the findings from the research phase and drew conclusions in terms of developing the trainer offer consisting of min. 60 micro-units that can be flexibly used by trainers in their respective learning contexts. The findings of the research show that climate change Continue reading