Yesterday, February 1st, we launched our Science Project Online Workshop call within the STEM Discovery Campaign 2021, and in collaboration with Scientix, the community for science education in Europe.
This workshop call aims to find teachers that are interested in learning about our education program and, most importantly, who want to inspire the next generations to take climate action now.
Our Life Terra Science Project Online Workshop will equip teachers with the necessary skills to “plant the right tree in the right place” and how to address urgent topics, such as climate change mitigation and sustainability with a key focus on teaching children. During the workshop, teachers will have the opportunity to learn from experts the importance of trees and how to plant them, and where to contribute to the restoration of ecosystems and biodiversity.
The “Life Terra: the right tree in the right place” Workshop will take place on April 8th, 15th & 22nd.
Life Terra’s course on sustainability
At Life Terra, one of our main goals is to educate future generations and prepare them to take climate action now. On this matter, we have developed a unique STEM-focused environmental education program for children aged 8-14.
This course will focus on sustainability and will address key environmental topics, such as climate change, energy transition, circular economy, and the importance of trees.
The course is developed by Gynzy, with the support of Universitat de Barcelona and the European Schoolnet. The demo version will be tested with a focus group of about 60 teachers across Europe from the end of February 2021.
You can learn more about the project here.