WHF Project Outline
WHF Project Partners
School Logos and Project Members
Who are we?
Official Project Logo
Temporary Project Logo
Organising project work
Phase 1: Get inspired
Reading about Everyday Change-makers
Meeting Jane Goodall
Change-makers around the world
Phase 2: Map it
Mapping the problems
Being creative with problems
Which problem is the most important to solve?
Phase 3: Take action
Using Social Media (1)
Using Social Media (2)
Phase 4: Celebrate
Digital Poster of the Project
Students' Profile Drawings
Teachers' Online Meeting 2
Use of ICT tools
Make the project public
WHF Project Outline
"WHF: With a little Help from my Friends"
can be described as a
problem solving, communication game
which challenges project students,
, to identify and cooperatively solve a real problem in their communities. The project aims at improving the students' ability to identify opportunities and turn ideas into action in order to achieve objectives
The Entrepreneurship Competence Framework
, 2016). To this end, the students
mmunicate online and collaborate to plan their course of action and to report on their results using ICT tools, social media and art!
Project work is organised in
four project phases
following Dr Jane Goodall's "Roots and Shoots" formula.
, students share inspirational stories about national & fictional change-makers as well as the results of their field and online research of local and global problems.
they get to know the other members of their transnational group, they discuss and list problems, they suggest courses of action and reach a consensus as to what all the members of the group should do to solve the problem.
Having made public the results of their work online, they organise local celebrations both to share their experience with but also to
the local community.
At each and every step of the project process, students support each other in their national and transnational groups but they also turn for help to parents and grandparents (field research), experts (for Phases 2: Map it and 3: Action) as well as their teachers. As a result, they come to
that in the modern alienated society,
citizens should be able to
combine human values and skills with technology
in order to cooperate, think critically, solve problems and improve the world we live in!