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S.O.S! Save the Blue Planet!

The earth is not ours - we are its own, so we must identify and respect its unwritten laws, to live in harmony with nature. Meeting the needs and aspirations of our generation must not compromise the chances of future generations. We must take into account the limitation of resources and make people aware of the strict need to refrain from destroying natural systems.The care and protection of nature should be in the forefront for us, otherwise we risk destroying ourselves and the entire Planet.

Project Overview

Schools Participants

Participating teachers:

Ludmila CojocariRepublic of Moldova

Nicoleta VermanRomania

Alina Stefania Lazar ROMÂNIA

Fadimana Yetiş MeşeTurkey

Fatma KulTurkey

Svitlana LenarskaUkraine

Veronica AnastasRepublic of Moldova

Alenka PokeržnikSLOVENIA

Aleksej PeržuLituania

Diana JelihovschiRepublic of Moldova

Edelizia BellatallaItaly

Lula KhvichavaGeorgia

Adriana MarisRomânia

Danijela ŠajtarCroația

Mimoza SulajAlbania

Ileana TomoiagaRomânia

Rodica PlămădealăRepublic of Moldova

ROVENA HOXHAAlbania

Petra KokezaCroația

Project Timeline

Getting to know each other

Phase 1

Giving our Project an illustrative Logo

Phase 2

Water is LIFE: Do you know that type of water you drink?

Phase 3

Let's come together to protect and save animals!

Phase 4

Phase 5

Natural disasters and the negative influence of human beings.

Phase 6

The soil means life!

Phase 7

Climate change and environmental challenges.

Phase 9

Nature does nothing wrong - Natural reservations

Phase 8

The forests are the planet's lungs!

Phase 10

Migratory birds and human beings!

Phase 11

Earth Day - April 22

Phase 12

Our life without smoke!

Phase 13

World Environment Day

PHase 14

Evaluation of the project

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Getting to know Each other

In our project, There are 3 pages for Presenting ourselves: - The first page for: Teacher Presentation -The second page for : Pupils Presentation - The third page for: School forum

1

Getting to know Each other

Teachers Presentation through a common padlet

Pupils Presentation

Introducing students through a Flipgrid

Getting to know Each other

Presentation of the school, the city.

Giving our Project an illustrative Logo

To choose the best logo to our project, a dotstorming board is created to let our students vote for the convenient logo to our project.This collaborative activity is based on Students voting and Partners voting as well.

2

Water is LIFE: Do you know that type of water you drink?

Water is especially important for human, plant and animal life.Man cannot live without the water he takes from nature.

3

Let's come together to protect and save animals!

The importance of animals in nature as a whole is undeniable, but a person without them will not be able to live. First of all, they have always been one of the permanent sources of nutrition.

4

The students presented the animals in the collaborative book.They played puzzles proposed by colleagues.

Natural disasters and the negative influence of human beings.

Participants studied natural disasters and the negativeinfluence of human beings on disasters.

5

Online meeting. Natural disasters

The students met, played koc online with quizizz, where they applied the knowledge accumulated to the activities of Natural disasters.

The soil means life!

Students studied the importance of soil in human life, animals, nature.

6

The page link

Students wrote their Christmas and New year wishes to their partners..

Nature does nothing wrong - Natural reservations

The students studied, analyzed the importance of Nature Reserves, and presented the Nature Reserves in his country.

7

Why do we need Natural Reservations?

How do we protect natural reservations?

They played puzzles

Online meeting - Natural Reservations

Climate change and environmental challenges.

Climate Action is the 13-th objective of the 17 SustainableDevelopment Goals.

8

The page link

Impact of climate change

Making posters

How do we prevent dangerous climate change? How can I help the Planet?

Our collaborative e-journal

flyers

Online meeting Climate change

They played online game with the Actionbound application, where they applied the acquired knowledge.

The students drew a map of the ecological city in which they would like to live. They recorded a video sequence, where they presented an environmental problem, and what are the possibilities by which the problem can be solved.

The forests are the planet's lungs!

9

The students presented informative materials about the importance of forests.They presented "talking trees" with the help of the Blabberize application

The importance of forests

Posters "A forest without pollution"

Online meeting- Let's protect nature, trees!

Migratory birds and human beings!

The students presented drawings, curiosities, poems about birds.

10

Paper birds

Celebrating the Earth Day - April 22

11

"The Earth is what we all have in common", that's why, we want to raise awarness among our students to preserve our Eart from pollution through celebrating the International Earth Day

Our life without smoking!

For a smokeless future.

12

Debates:

Say -Stop! Smoking!

Waldorf School, România

The page link

Celebrating the World Environment Day

To celebrate the Environment Day:1. The collaborative panel was created;2. Video conference between project partners.

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INDEX

Participation diplomas!

Students Evaluation

Teachers Evaluation

Results of the Students Evaluation

Results of the Teachers Evaluation

We celebrate eTwinning Day May 9th.

Communication between all the partners

Communication has been a constant element of the project and it has fostered collaboration. It has allowed to implement the activities in the involved schools at the same time and to achieve the planned learning outcomes with great satisfaction for both students and teachers. During the implementation of the project the partner teachers have communicated through:

The Twinspace of the project through the Twinmail, the Teacher Bulletin or the Project Journal wheter it is to ask for clarificationn, share students' activities, plan for activities or live events, to agree on the kind of products the students had to focus on, to ask confirmation on how to proceed or interact with other teachers.

Example of Twinmail

Example of Teachers Bulletin

Example of Project Journal

eTwinning events

Live Events between Students partners

The Forums allowed both the students and the teachers to interact with each other through a fun icebreaking activity.

Messenger was used when an urgent information or answer was needed.

Facebook group dedicated to the eTwinning project.Here all the products made by the students were shared.

Messages for colleagues at the end of the project.

Thanks for your collaboration!