Planned education activities

INNOVATION OF THE CURRICULUM - EDUCATION IN MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE

secondary school

Subjects: ecology, geography, tourism, technology, business economics, economic calculations, commodity knowledge

Content of innovation (thematic units): use of renewable resources, waste separation, recycling, waste-free management

primary school

Subjects: science, biology, work teaching

Content of innovation (thematic units): elements of garden infrastructure, creation of gardens with a suitable selection of plants and trees; eco-gardens using local and regional resources; waste separation and recycling; insect life; use of rainwater for farming purposes

Cross - cutting innovations

Innovation in methodology: project teaching (including joint projects of primary and secondary schools, joint projects with foreign partners), methods of group teaching and cooperative learning (working on joint projects in teams), case methods (including a situational method), experiential learning (preparation of regional dishes, fruit and herbs processing)

Innovations in organizational forms: excursions, workshops and lectures with experts, learning in the field and in an external eco-classroom

CREATION OF WORKSHEETS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

Topics:

  • Use of alternative energy sources
  • Separation and recycling of waste
  • Ecological farming based on regional resources
  • worksheets for outdoor teaching

interactive games in Kahoot

Usability of worksheets: in the above mentioned subjects, in extracurricular activities, in school clubs

Innovation in methodology: support for group work, project teaching, case methods

LECTURES OF EXTERNAL EXPERTS:

  • Organic farm - Pod Melichovou skalou, Lucia Vágnerová: Organic farming, waste-free management, use of regional resources
  • OZ Podpoľanie: Use of regional resources, increasing the share of greenery in the town
  • National Forestry Center or Forests of the Slovak Republic Kriváň: Impact of climate change on forests and preservation of forest biodiversity
  • Faculty of Forestry TU Zvolen: Forest formation, es and its functions in the field of climate change
  • Poľana Protected Landscape Area: Preservation of biodiversity
  • Štefan Kontšek: Planting and tree care

LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS IMPLEMENTED BY PARTICIPATING PUPILS

Topics:

  • Ecological farming and use of own resources
  • Waste separation and recycling
  • Conservation of biodiversity
  • Use of renewable energy sources
  • Waste recycling and waste management

Innovations in methodology: project teaching, experiential learning, learning by own activity

COMPETITIONS:

  • Waste-free town competition
  • "Turn useless into useful" competition: Skills competition - design of a useful item from packaging and waste
  • An online competition with partner foreign schools: An online competition about the most ecological idea for the town
  • A photo contest: A contest for the most beautiful and worst place in my region (from an ecological point of view)

WORKSHOPS FOR THE PUBLIC

  • Spring cleaning for Earth Day: Cleaning up school ares and the town
  • Practical workshop and competitions in the eco-classroom: Environmental lectures, workshops and competitions in the new eco-classroom
  • Public lectures and workshops: Practical lectures and workshops on squares for the general public of the city and its surroundings (including games, competitions, presentations of project results)

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