Environmental Education & Project-Based Learning

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Environmental Education & PBL is a training course for pre-school, primary, and secondary school teachers to provide environmental awareness, environmental management, and sustainable development education with Project-Based Learning. Through environmental education, students become lifelong stewards of their environment, the responsible citizens and understand the multi-faceted relationship to the natural world. Integrating regular outdoor activity besides the indoor activity into a student’s learning and life experience is integral to achieving this vision.
This education program can be considered as the first step of raising awareness and taking action on the development of environmental literacy in students, environmental education in schools, and integration of project-based learning and environmental education to focus on sustainable environmental issues.
Learning Outcomes
All the participants will:
• Understand the importance of environmental education
• Create and develop a new identity integrating with PBL and EE into the education system,
• Build a participatory structure for your students to get environmental literacy,
• Develop their students' problem-solving, and discussion skills as well as creative skills
• Use of initiative, ability to make decisions,
• Develop consciousness about five learning strands and sustainable environment goals
• Inspire and empower students
• Create leaders for change in their communities
• Develop responsible attitudes and commitment
• Lead to increased levels of confidence and motivation in PBL and EE
• Increase their students' participation in environmental actions
Objectives of the Course
• Understanding environmental awareness, environmental management, and sustainable environment education,
• Teaching their students the habits they will use throughout their lifetime,
• Getting information about world, environment and the resources,
• Analyzing steps of PBL and EE to integrate them in the school curriculum
• Designing lesson plans integrating PBL and EE into the curriculum at school
• Preparing an action plan

Methodology
• Focusing on practical and skills-based interactive learning
• Creating immediate feedbacks
• Discussing best practices
• Working on hands-on activities
• Encouraging tasks and activities for students to create a new idea about environmental education
• Brainstorming
• Working in groups cooperatively
Target Group
• Teachers, trainers, educators, school administrators, etc.
Preparation
Before the course;
• A detailed pre-course questionnaire to indicate their level of experience, teaching backgrounds, and training will be completed by participants.
• They will also prepare a presentation to reflect their own teaching method.
• A closed Facebook group will be created for getting to know each other of all participants and to share practical information.
Validation
• A course participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Course organiser
Anatolia Eğitim ve Danışmanlık
Location
Barcelona, Spain


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Upcoming sessions

25.07.2022 > 29.07.2022 (Confirmed)
Register before 11.07.2022
08.05.2023 > 12.05.2023

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