In the first week of the project, students working in Jamboard answered the questions: 1. What is your definition of climate change? 2. What causes climate change? 3. What is your personal relationship with climate change?
In the second week of the project, students in Padlet wrote about the causes that cause climate change and what consequences occur as a result of them.
We realized the cooperation with other schools through a jointly created knowledge quiz about climate change and its effects via Kahoot
This week, students wrote down solutions to reduce the effects of climate change. They went from idea to action, starting with cleaning the environment from waste.
Our idea of climate mitigation starts with increased use of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power, rather than fossil fuels. Stop fossil fuels. Stop the plastic packaging. People should recycle and reuse waste instead of throwing it everywhere in nature. We also presented this idea of ours with Lego blocks.
The sad caps brought cheerful children's laughter to the created children's corner. We collected caps, learned to make a mixture to make tiles with the collected caps. Tile by tile we worked diligently. And the idea became a reality.