Making Europe’s Future Sustainable!

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In the project Making Europe’s Future Sustainable! A simulation-based learning program for schools, a comprehensive game-based learning and teaching program on sustainable development for cross-curricular education in secondary schools will be developed.  

The game is Up to you!, a social simulation game in which players take on high-level leadership roles in a world like our own. As the simulation progresses, players will experience the pressure to make trade-offs and the thrill of finding synergies in sustainable development.

Players will make decisions on energy and industrial investment, social development and environmental management, among others, that will affect their country and the surrounding countries in the long term.

One of the objectives of the project is to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. To this end, the following tools will be developed:

  • The Up to You! Simulation.
  • A toolkit for educators, with the important function of helping teachers to moderate the simulation and to process the experience after the game.
  • A collection of digital learning materials to help young people better understand the SDGs and develop their critical thinking skills.
  • An online learning platform that will host all the tools developed and provide a communication channel for students and their teachers.
  • Finally, a handbook with real workshops, results of policy makers’ meetings and other guidelines and tools to link the SDGs and traditional education.

Program: Erasmus+
Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action type: Stratégiai partnerség az ifjúságügy területén
Identifier: Strategic Partnerships for school education

Start date: 01.05. 2022.
End date: 01.07 2024.
Duration: 26 months


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