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24 February 2017

Herons at the Fucecchio Marshes Thanks to the material collected in the geographical area of Regional Park of Kaunas Lagoon, Lithuanian teachers and students created the video lesson entitled Age of trees, topographic plan. The aim of the lesson is to calculate the age of deciduous trees in real forest and to make the topographic plan of directions according the scale.

10 January 2017

Herons at the Fucecchio Marshes Thanks to the material collected in the geographical area of Fucecchio Marshes, Italian teachers and students created the video lesson entitled Herons at the Fucecchio Marshes. It deals with the description of one of the peculiarities of fauna at the Fucecchio marshes: the heron.

15 December 2016

Life on the rocky shoreline Thanks to the material collected in the geographical area of Malahide and Portmarnock Dublin Bay, Irish teachers and students created the video lesson entitled Life on the rocky shoreline. The aim of the lesson was to observe the marine life on the rocky shoreline at an area of Dublin Bay.

13 November 2016

The Honey Bee Life Cycle Thanks to the material collected in the geographical area of Park of Cointe, Belgian teachers and students created the video lesson entitled “The Honey Bee Life Cycle”. This lesson presents the main steps of honey bees’ life, their anatomy and the threats they are exposed to.It lets students better know this animal and raises their awareness about the threats to biodiversity.

26 October 2016

Second Partners’ Meeting The second meeting took place in Liege (BE) on 24 – 25 October 2016. Partners presented the geographical areas identified and the e-lessons produced. Partners were also involved in a brainstorming related to the production of the guidelines for science teachers.

10 September 2016

Bârnova The geographical area of Bârnova has been visited by Romanian teachers and students involved in the project. They collected several media materials including pictures, drawings and videos.

15 July 2016

Douro International Natural Park The geographical area of Douro International Natural Park has been visited by Portuguese teachers and students involved in the project. They collected several media materials including pictures, drawings and videos.

18 June 2016

Aukštadvaris regional park The geographical area of Aukštadvaris Regional Park has been visited by Lithuanian teachers and students involved in the project. They collected several media materials including pictures, drawings and videos.

10 May 2016

Fucecchio Marshes The geographical area of Fucecchio Marshes has been visited by Irish teachers and students involved in the project. They collected several media materials including pictures, drawings and videos.

10 April 2016

Devil's Bit and North Tipperary The geographical area of Devil's Bit and North Tipperary has been visited by Irish teachers and students involved in the project. They collected several media materials including pictures, drawings and videos.

15 March 2016

Acheron river and Delta The geographical area of Acheron river and Delta has been visited by Greek teachers and students involved in the project. They collected several media materials including pictures, drawings and videos.

14 February 2016

A visit to Herstal and Lower Meuse The geographical area of Herstal and Lower Meuse has been visited by Belgian teachers and students involved in the project. They collected several media materials including pictures, drawings and videos.

11 January 2016

Kick off Meeting in Florence The kick off meeting took place in Florence on 11 - 12 January 2016 and it was the opportunity for the European project partners to present themselves and their activities, to discuss the activities to be carried out and to identify the main intellectual outputs to be produced.

02 December 2015

Transnational Network of Schools The project partners are currently creating the network of schools interested in the identification of new methodologies to teach science. Several schools have already been involved from seven countries. The school teachers and students contribute to the identification of the geographical areas of scientific interest and to the development of the e-learning lessons. Do not hesitate to contact them!

15 November 2015

E-learning from Nature The E-learning from Nature project has been funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, Strategic Partnership for School Education. The aim of the project is to promote a proactive students’ approach to scientific subjects learning.