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Cápsula EduLANDS For Transitions
El proyecto EDULANDS for transitions, collaborative tools to connect the school with the landscape -financiado con fondos Erasmus + para Cooperation partnerships in school education- se ha iniciado en 2022 con una proyección de dos años para estudiar y sacar conclusiones sobre cómo conectar escuela y paisaje, para favorecer un cambio de paradigma necesario en el marco educativo que genere transformación social y medioambiental.
¿Qué es EduLANDS?-Dossier Gráfico
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Un proyecto Erasmus + Que investiga y desarrolla herramientas de aprendizaje colaborativo para conectar la escuela con el paisaje cercano. Con nuestro proyecto, queremos contribuir a provocar un cambio de paradigma en el marco educativo e integrar la escuela con el entorno social, emocional y los paisajes naturales que la rodean.
Visible Repair LAB
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A visible repair is one of a kind. Each repaired object carries a unique history, which can be told through it‘s mending experience, choice of material and artistic expression. In a community where creative ways of mending skills are shared, their impact on the environment are inevitable. Our society needs to be fixed, more than ever!

Look in the hive
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Learning Phase: The class will visit the beehive with the beekeeper at least once.

Concept phase: The class gets the task to connect the beehive with a certain spot in school. This spot will be kind of a portal that connects the school with the experiences they had with the collaboration beehive.

The class will think of their experiences and what they found most fascinating. They will collect ideas of how to transfer their experiences to their school mates. (Honey tasting workshops…).

Drones collecting point
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It is between 14 and 18 units in size and consists of three parts. The smallest part, the uppermost, consists of two large and three small round organs, two rod-shaped organs, one tubular organ and an opening. Two pairs of wings grow from the middle part – the front wing is significantly larger than the rear one – and six legs. The last part is the largest, it is two-colored and striped. Draw a picture of what is described might look like.

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EDULANDS is a 2-year strategic partnership, supported by the European Union. 2021-2023.