All aboard is a 2 years project fostering synergies in 4 countries (Sweden, Portugal, Greece, Turkey) aiming to develop an innovative approach to shift the focus from raising awareness to taking action in the environment and fighting against climate change with teachers and children from primary education level. It comprises school partners from different countries and NGOs experts in sustainability and SMEs in the field of education & training and the development of gamified educational resources. In this sense, it is expected to cover all the areas of the project and equip teachers with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to live and act to achieve environmental sustainability and empower children at an early age to address real problems at local, national and European level.
Objectives of the project:
- develop an innovative approach to shift the focus from raising awareness to taking action in the fight against climate change
- equip teachers with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to live, act to achieve environmental sustainability and empower children at an early age to address real problems
- design, develop, test and implement practices to foster children’s citizenship participation through a sustainable perspective
- make schools the hubs of education and leadership on the SDGs.
-Design & deliver a Capacity Building of Teacher
-Prepare a methodological approach framework (MAF) with activities, good practices
-Design & develop a Gamebox with a gamified e-learning platform, digital educational resources (games, quizzes, interactive experiences), short storytelling animated videos
-Design & deliver a mini mentor´s programme camp in primary school
-Design a Behavioural Assessment Model to analyse the impact of the project in the school's practices & participant's lifestyle.
- “Supporting young children to lead change” CBoT
- Methodological Approach Framework (MAF)
- Green Changemakers Gamebox
- Mini mentor's programme camp
- Climate changemakers warriors into action
- Behavioral assessment model (BAM).
The project was approved by the Swedish Council for Higher Education.