Welcome to our project.
Schools from different parts of Europe are willing to share information
about the ecosystems which are close to our school.
Together we will explore the mysteries of nature nearby, it will be
a real natural scientific expedition! :)
Adventure of science in front of us!
Let's get to know each other. Schools participating in the project:
Szkoła Podstawowa im. Kazimierza Nowaka w Dąbrówce, Poland
Agrupamento de escolas Álvaro Velho, Barreiro, Portugal
Vrtec Vrhnika, Vrhnika, Slovenia
Aşağı kızılca orta okulu, Izmir, Turkey
ICS "A. Moratti" di Fivizzano, Fivizzano, Italy
Sabiha Gokcen Ilkogretim Okulu,Gaziemir Izmir, Turkey
école de Belmontet, La Salvetat Belmontet, France
Publiczne Gimnazjum Nr 13 z Oddziałami Dwujęzycznymi im. Polskich Noblistów w Radomiu,
Základná škola sv. Uršule, Bratislava, Slovakia
Escola Básica Luísa Todi, Setúbal, Portugal
Türkiye Gazeteciler Cemiyeti Ortaokulu, Küçükçekmece, Turkey
About our project
Ecosystem consists of biotope and biocenosis. These two elements determine the dependencies natural place in the studied example. Depending food, distribution, reproduction. Habitat, along with environmental factors determine the conditions of development of the population, which in turn shape the habitat . In the project, students and teachers during field activities will not only get to know the species composition of ecosystems data, but more complicated depending occurring in a given habitat. Knowledge of this type is useful in various disciplines of science and is used in the latest discoveries as even link with the number of years of seed ticks those found in humans (eg. ecology, medicine), but also the protection of the environment (preservation of biodiversity). Students analyze problems ecosystems will try to unravel the mystery of nature their functioning.
1. Developing students scientific thinking and cause and effect during depending the study ecological.
2. Developing teamwork skills while performing an environmental project.
3. Determination of species - the use of keys and atlases to identify organisms.
4. The use of the Latin language for naming organisms data ecosystems. Latin as a universal language used by biologists worldwide.
5. Participation in the workshop and field acquainted with the terrain methods of work of naturalists.
6. Use of technologies in the research process.
7. Sensitize students to have ecological attitudes in preserving species.
September / October / November - collecting data in the field; field workshops to penetrate the ecosystem; documenting their work; the backward groups to design.
October / November- work in groups and prepare the analysis of the ecosystem.
second half of November / December - presentation of projects by individual groups.