The anthropogenic Climate Change is largely the result of Waste in Resource Extraction, Production and Consumption on the very large and on the very small level. Raising Awareness and Education for Families is required to make sure that Circular Economy will become adopted widely across Europe. Families are the core of any such change as the elemental pieces of society.
COMIC-STRIPS for CHILDREN between the ages of 6 and 12 using fun and simple language to give them the main idea behind the Circular Economy!
Easy WEBQUESTs for TEENAGERS between the ages of 13 and 16 using Challenge-Based learning to allow them to explore basic ideas behind the Circular Economy!
Advanced WEBQUESTS for YOUNG ADULTS between the ages of 17 to 25 using Challenged-Based learning to allow them to explore advanced and expert level concepts behind the Circular Economy!
WORKSHOPS and GROUP LEARNING EXERCISES for PARENTS, GUARDIANS and GRANDPARENTS
TRAINING PROGRAM – LESSON PLANS for IN-SERVICE TRAINERS teaching Circular Economy!
Online Learning Platform – a bespoke, fully mobile, collaborative online learning environment that supports smartphone and tablet access which, as partner research has confirmed, are the most common technology platforms available to the target group and the most popular media devices providing access to all the proposed resources.
Responding to the specific challenges that the new resources will provide for adult educators and supporting their continuous professional development so they can take full advantage of the new resources provided.
WebQuest Challenges will be developed at an introductory, intermediate, advanced and expert levels. A total of 32 WebQuest Challenges will be developed.
Workshop Lesson Plans, Tip-sheets and Induction Training for parents to build their knowledge and understanding of the circular economy to ensure that they can manage the family learning model at home
A library of 12 comic books for younger children will be designed and produced in 7 partner languages – one for each month of the year addressing a relevant circular economy topic.