Here you can find out how our project got to the communities surrounding our schools.
Escola Secundária Dr. Joaquim Gomes Ferreira Alves
In our school we have used social media platforms and the school website to disseminate the activities of our project.
Article about our GoFish! Project appeared in the local newspaper "Rundblick" in Siegburg, Germany
Link to the article (page 2)
Translated article about digital message in a bottle published on school homepage (Germany)
What is a digital message in a bottle? Students of the Anno-Gymnasium work with their teacher Achim Werner as part of eTwinning in a European project with five other schools.
In an eBook for the “World Ocean Day”, the young people draw attention to the environmental problems associated with the continuing flood of plastic waste and the microplastic hazard in our streams, rivers and the world's oceans.
At the same time, the 5th chapter of a continuation story, which has traveled through the five schools in different countries, is completed.
A photo mosaic was also created. In order to actively combat plastic waste in our ecosystems, many students at the participating European schools and their parents collected plastic and took photos of their activities.
Since Covid-19 will not make it possible to turn the collected plastic waste into a real work of art, an international, digital work was created instead. The picture of the little clownfish looks beautiful from a distance - but if you look closer, you can see the plastic waste that it is made of, due to the microplastics in the food chain.
The school group hopes that with their contribution to raising awareness of plastics in our environment and to passing on the message to avoid plastic waste.
Both Portuguese schools are happy to announce they have been accepted as part of the national network of Blue Schools (Escola Azul) in defense of the ocean literacy.
DISSEMINATION IN GREECE THROUGH THE 3RD GYMNASIUM OF HERAKLION SCHOOL WEBSITE:
DISSEMINATION AT NATIONAL LEVEL THROUGH THE EDUCATIONAL ACTION “NO PLASTIC IN MY SEA":
DISSEMINATION AT REGIONAL LEVEL THROUTH GREEK EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRES:
Dissemination in Croatian national weekly magazine for education "Školske novine".
An article on how an eTwinning project got even more virtual in the times of pandemic.
AGRUPAMENTO DE ESCOLAS DE POMBAL (PORTUGAL)
Dissemination in the Facebook Grupo Escola Azul - Chained History
Dissemination in the Facebook Agrupamento de Escolas de Pombal (Portugal) - Chained History
Dissemination in the Facebook Grupo Escola Azul - Pratical Work on everyday objects and the coating marine animals
We are pleased to note the publication of the testimony of Professor Estefânia Pires, regarding the eTwinning project “Go Fish”, within the scope of the 2020 theme, “Climate Change”, on the eTwinning Central Support Service page.
Learn more at: https://www.etwinning.net/…/climate-change-and-environment
Within the scope of the eTwinning project “Go Fish”,a videoconference will be held next Friday, May 8, from 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm, by Dra. Cláudia Moreira, Researcher at University of Coimbra and collaborator of SERMARE, an educational program to promote Literacy of the Ocean with the community. We count on your presence! Just accessthrough the link https: //url.gratis/YxqPw ... View more
Session via Teams - Kahoot! on the oceans and sustainability in the scope of the Clube Ciência Viva
Collaborative Work - Sharing Practices at Penacova Regional eTwinning Meeting
To celebrate World Oceans Day, the schools of the eTwinning project "Go Fish" send everyone a "Message in a Bottle". Share on your social networks! Let's celebrate the Oceans! #blue.
Anno-Gymnasium, Siegburg Germany
The Go Fish project project has caught the attention of the media and an article in German has been published on the project.