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SCRAPPIES – Creativity and sustainability: playing with recycled materials

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The main goal of our project is to use recyclable waste in education. Recycling is one of the most effective ways to reduce waste and is therefore an important topic in environmental dialogues. Our project teaches responsible consumptionthrough creative educational activities within the framework of education for sustainable development.

In addition to environmental education, another goal of the project is to offer primary school teachers pedagogical methodswith which they can refresh and expand their existing toolkit. In the project, we create a library of playful, tangible activities that can teach both natural sciences and humanities in a new way. We consider it important to create lesson plans and exercisesthat do not stand out from the school framework, but can be easily integrated into the framework of public education.

During the project, we will create an easy-to-use toolkit that teachers can use to easily bring SCRAPPIES lesson plans into their lessons. We also organize free trainings, face-to-face and online workshops to present the exercises.

If you would like to follow our works, please contact our colleague Etelka Suhajda by e-mail.

Programme: Erasmus+
Key Action: Cooperation Partnership (KA2)
Type of activity: Partnership cooperation in the field of public education
Application ID: Scrappies – Enhancing Creativity and Sustainable Attitudes of Children through Play and Recycled Materials, 2022-1-PL01-KA220-SCH-000087886

Start date: 01.09.2022
End date: 01.07.2024 2025.02. 28.
Project duration: 29 months

Project website: https://scrappiesproject.eu/

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Founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

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