Guidelines for teachers

  • Our goal is to arm our students with the necessary skills to be future responsible citizens. To achieve this goal and in order to improve achievement in relevant and high-level basic and transversal competences in a lifelong learning perspective, we think that the topic 'sustainability' has to be the central thread which ran through all our teaching.


    In order to realize large scale changes in the educational practices and content in the classroom, there first must be changes implemented at the curriculum policy level. It is important that educators not view these topics as others subject to add to a crowded curriculum plate, but as an initiative acknowledging deficiencies in current practices and supporting broad-based educational reform leading to youth being active and effective members of their communities.


    Our work program was planned to enable students to not only consolidate academic learning, but extendand apply their understanding, and encourage them to solve real-world problems, to participate in social and political life and in volunteers associations, enhancing their sense of European citizenship, as well as essential humanitarian values.


    Here some suggestions to develope innovative didactic paths about the topic involving more subjects and according to the different scholastic curricula.You can find other activities on Moodle






    Earthquakes and Eruptions



    Climate change: hot summers, melting glaciers, see rising, biodiversity loss



    Storms, cyclones...



    Hydrogeological problems: floods,landslides



    Sea,Water pollution; water scarcity