What do the teachers do?
A Team using project-oriented Methodology
Project-oriented methodology is based on active, pluri or inter-disciplinary pedagogy. Projects are rooted both in disciplines and interdisciplinarity to allow a grasp of the complexity which is inherent to any environmental issue. They can be organized around class projects, workshops or clubs or whatever.. Project-oriented methodology requires:
A. The educative team
B. Definition of the objectives
C. Formalisation of the work methodology and requirements
D. Inventory of resources, partners and targets
E. The budget
F. Evaluation – identification of indicators
G. Communication – mediatisation
- Strong and long-lasting support from the school management team in order to secure collective involvement, commitmentand dedication;
- Motivated adults of all status working as a team in which each person’s expectations, motivations and available skills are identified;
- A joint period of reflection to allow for the project implementation.