EDUCIVIS- GRUNDTVIG WORKSHOP EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND USING RENEWABLE RESOURCES OF YOUNG STUDENTS 8-15 May, Senigallia. MOTTO:
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EDUCIVIS- GRUNDTVIG WORKSHOPEDUCATION FORSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTANDUSING RENEWABLE RESOURCES OF YOUNG STUDENTS8-15 May, Senigallia
« The World is changing, so the people are changing with it. In the whole Europe, the responsible person of education tries to reduce the differences between the education received by young people in schools and the demands of future professional life.
(Yves Deforge, 1969)»
To have an ecological behavior?
What keeps us?
Handing over the responsibility
Average people has difficulties to change the behaviors into an ecological one.
The ecological behavior is in a real conflict with the average behavior
Changing the values of life
The way of thinking
In European schools
we can take little simple steps
to educate young students for sustainable development and
to use renewable resources to produce green energy.
What can be these steps?????
Environmental awareness training
Empowerment of citizens on environmental issues
Interviews, surveys and questionnaires implemented
Attracting students into environmental action,
competitions and performances on topics related to knowledge,
conservation and environmental protection;
Developing a sense of respect and love for nature,
realizing the negative effects of human activities on the environment;
The World without water becomes colorless
You take care of water and your life will be colorful
Encourage and advise students in writing and
conducting their own projects for environmental protection
and the use of renewable resources
Laboratory / School environmental clubs
Changing behavior of individuals, including students,
to the acute problem posed by the waste
More responsibility for green areas in the vicinity of schools
Development of civic responsibility of students
Aydin SAHIN, TURKEY
Aynur UZER, TURKEY
Diana Virginia GRAMESCU, ROMANIA
Mehmet Salim YORGANCILAR, TURKEY
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