cadr-trpVilKavickos. Sudavos pagrindine mokykla (Lithuania) cadr-trpIstituto Compremsivo Novara di Sicilia (Sicily, Italy) cadr-trpInstituto de Ensino Secundario Val Miņor (Galicia, Spain)
cadr-trpM1, Teacher meeting. 24-27 October 2016, Sicily
cadr-trpC1, Learnig about Natural resources and Environment. Autumn 2016/ Spring 2017 cadr-trpC3, Calculating our impact: my own ecological footprint. May/ October 2017 cadr-trpC5, What planet surface is holding the activity of my school?. December 2017/ April 2018
cadr-trpC7, Preparing the future. December 2017/ April 2018
cadr-trpC2, Learning about Natural resources. Ecological Footprint. Lithuania, February 27- March 3, 2017 cadr-trpC4, What are we doing with the planet. Global ecological footprint. Sicily, November 13-17, 2017 cadr-trpC6, How do we use the planet. Ecological footprint of our school. Galicia, April, 2018
cadr-trpC8, Materials for the future. Galicia, April, 2018
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Project Methodology

Through the project two different educative methodologies will be used:

1.- Problems Based Learning Methodology to drive activities C1, C3, C5 and C7 and to produce the materials and documents that later will be used in the activities to be performed in a transnational context in the short-term exchanges of groups of students. Students are organized in small groups to solve a particular problem, and comprises a series of stages:

  1. Approach the problem situation
  2. Active Assumption of the learning process for students: brainstorming
  3. Identification of training needs and information: lists of what is not known and lists of what is needed
  4. Defining the problem
  5. Planning of empirical work to be done
  6. Implementation of research
  7. Analysis and presentation of results

2.- The Active Methodology based in Cooperative Teaching and Learning to drive the short-term exchanges of groups of students. Activities C2, C4, C6 and C8. This methodology allows put together the work of different groups and:

    1. systematize the various previous experiences of the different working groups of the participating schools
    2. defend and discuss the different material produced by each working group
    3. select the material of interest and develop common ending products
    4. materialize the communication strategy and dissemination of results
    5. making decisions about the project
    6. use the project evaluation as a learning tool by incorporating students into the evaluation process