• Intellectual Outputs

    Eight Intellectual Outputs

    including an open-access e-learning platform that hosts digital training scenarios in climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods as well as a good practices digital repository.

  • Intellectual Outputs

Intellectual Output 1

The state of affairs regarding the embedment of climate change and digital teaching skills into TPD schemes and secondary education

Investigation, description and analysis of the state of affairs in terms of the implementation of Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development (CCESD) across Europe and the five partner-countries (Greece, Germany, Bulgaria, Spain, Turkey).

The literature contributes in the development of the digital scenarios taking also into account the results extracted by the Multiplier Events E1-E5.

ΙΟ1.1: National reports
Five National reports (in English) regarding the embedment of climate change and digital teaching skills into TPD schemes and secondary education in each partner country.

ΙΟ1.2: Bilingual national summary reports
Five Summary Reports (in English and in each partner’s language), based on the national reports about the embedment of climate change and digital teaching skills into TPD schemes and in secondary schools’ curricula in each participating country.

 Bulgaria (EN)  |  Germany (EN)  |  Greece (EN)  |  Spain (EN)  | Turkey(EN)

ΙΟ1.3: Transnational report
A transnational report in English presenting the integration of climate change and digital teaching skills into TPD schemes and in secondary schools’ curricula in the five participating countries.

Transnational Report (incl. National Reports)

Intellectual Output 2

Climate change and digital teaching challenges in TPD schemes and secondary education

The Consortium communicates and collaborates with educational stakeholders, policy makers and practitioners from each participating country in order to identify challenges related to climate change with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods in secondary schools. A first network is built connecting educational stakeholders, policy makers and practitioners from 5 different countries working on climate change education and topics using digital technologies.

Five 2-days workshops are organised in the participating countries at the same period. 75 local educational stakeholders, policy makers and practitioners in total participate in these workshops.

IO2.1: National reports on workshop outcomes
Five National Reports on the outcomes derived from the two-days workshop for the challen ges in climate change education when using IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods inGreece (in English).

IO2.2: Transnational report
A Transnational Report based on the 5 national reports on workshop outcomes (in English).

Transnational Report (incl. National Reports)

Intellectual Output 3

Development of digital training scenarios in climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods

Based on the outcomes from the two-days workshops in each partner-country, the Consortium will proceed in developing digital training scenarios for in-service teachers on climate change topics. Training scenarios will aim at helping teachers in developing competences related to (i) embedding the dimension of climate change into their teaching; (ii) using IBL and gamification principles when teaching about climate change and; (iii) developing digital skills and teaching methods for delivering climate change instruction in face-to-face, online and blended environments. Digital training scenarios will be developed in the framework of in-service secondary teachers’ training activities (see Intellectual Output 5), that will be held via an open access online platform for in-service teachers’ training (see Intellectual Output 4) within the implementation of the ClimaTePD project. This platform will also act as a digital database and a digital repository (see Intellectual Output 7) which will provide teachers useful material for setting up and developing their own scenarios.

IO3.1: Development of digital scenarios
Development of 5 national digital training scenarios for in-service secondary teachers on climate change, using IBL and gamification and developing digital teaching skills in each participating country language (5 in Greek, 5 in Bulgarian, 5 in German, 5 in Spanish, 5 in Turkish).

Digital Scenarios

IO3.2: Selection and translation of the 10 common digital scenarios
Selection and translation of the 10 common digital scenarios for in-service secondary teachers on climate change, using IBL and gamification and developing digital teaching skills (in both English and Greek, Bulgarian, German, Spanish and Turkish).

Selected Digital Scenarios

Intellectual Output 4

Development and maintenance of an open access online platform for teachers’ training on climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods

An open access, digital and interactive platform that supports secondary in-service teachers’ training activities and trainees’ reflections and evaluation.

IO4.1: Development and maintenance of the online platform.

IO4.2: Contextualise the platform with the digital scenarios according to CCESD, climate change, IBL and gamification.
The open access online platform includes: (i) a concrete resource database in terms of topics related to CCESD, climate change and its impact on human and nature in general, as well as topics for IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods and (ii) the digital scenarios (in Greek, Spanish, Turkish, German and Bulgarian) produced in IO3.

Intellectual Output 5

Teachers’ training for climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching method

At least 250 in-service teachers are engaged in training activities in the five participating countries via an IBL methodology and other teaching methods such as storytelling, debate and dilemma in order to address socio-scientific issues related to climate change.

IO5.1: National Reports on online training and teachers’ reflections.
Five National Reports for Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Spain and Turkey in English

IO5.2: Transnational report on online training and teachers’ reflections
A transnational summary report in English.

Intellectual Output 6

Development of a Good Practices Guideline Handbook for climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods

The Guideline Handbook aims to review and synthesise best practices for supporting secondary school in-service teachers on how to integrate climate change education, IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods in online, face-to-face or blended classroom environments.

IO6.1: Development of a Good Practices Guideline Handbook (in English).

IO6.2: Translation of the Good Practices Guideline Handbook in Bulgarian, German, Greek, Spanish and Turkish.

Intellectual Output 7

Good practices digital repository for climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods

IO.7.1: Development of an interactive digital repository focussing on climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods.
Teachers’ participation in training activities, interactive communication and feedback via the open access online platform lead to the development and the maintenance of a digital repository that stores secondary teachers’ good practices for climate change education, IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods.

Intellectual Output 9

Policy proposals for the embedment of climate change with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods in secondary education

A coherent set of policy proposals for educational policy makers and relevant stakeholders, focusing on a more holistic dimension of the inclusion of climate change education with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods in secondary education. These policy proposals are based on the project’s results and include the outcomes derived from the cooperation with educational policy makers, relevant stakeholders and practitioners in the context of Multiplier Events E1-E5.

IO9.1: Report on a set of policy proposals
A report on a set of policy proposals for educational policy makers and stakeholders related to the inclusion of climate change with IBL, gamification and digital teaching methods into the design of educational policies, TPD schemes and curricula in secondary education (in English).

IO9.2: Bilingual Brochures with “key-messages” of the policy proposals set
Bilingual Brochures (both in English and national languages), for Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Spain and Turkey.

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