Following the positive experiences held during spring 2014 at the scientific high schools Volta-Fellini of Riccione and E. Vendramini of Pordenone (Italy), from the academic year 2014/15 #sosteniamoci! is proposed as a structured environmental education activity to all secondary schools of the Rimini province, thanks to the support of coop. Il Millepiedi.
Thanks to the enthusiasm with which it has been received by the Cesare-Valgimigli high school in Rimini, the project has been able to get 832 kids involved, coming from 35 different classes with classic, linguistic, economical-social and social sciences curricula.
Furthermore, aiming at constantly improving and adjusting the proposal to kids needs, in April 2015 a new expositive modality has been tested with great success at the Volta-Fellini high school: the visual conference.
The standard proposal is a one-day event, lasting 2 hours, where to accompany kids in a journey of analisis and discovery of the world laying in front of them… to understand how to shape the one they would like to live tomorrow.
Download the 2014/15 flyer (in italian)
Following an introduction on what is sustainability and why should it matter to talk about it, 3 themes selected among the following ones are deepened:
The event takes place as a presentation of 1h30′, with audio-veido support and using the effective tool of storytelling. At the ed of it, 30′ are dedicated to a debate in which kids can make questions and share their thoughts.
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The peculiarity of the program is to adopt a dual perspective: first we need to look at the problems from above, in all their complexity and global relevance; but right after that, it is essential to get back with our feet on the ground we walk everyday, proposing – based on what we just saw from above – tangible actions that anyone may out into practice to solve those problems. In doing so, we answer two fundamental questions that anyone of us knows very well:
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