eTwinning project “Sustainable Schools to Survive Climate Change

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As part of the eTwinning project “Sustainable Schools to Survive Climate Change,” schools from Aver-o-Mar, Vila do Conde, Spain, and Turkey have joined forces to raise student awareness about climate change and the urgent need to adopt sustainable practices. This international initiative aims to promote ecological behaviors among young people and equip them to face environmental challenges.

Students engaged in various pedagogical approaches, including brainstorming sessions, research, and the use of digital tools, to create interactive content and write texts in English. Online meetings and collaborative work allowed for the sharing of information about schools, localities, and local products, fostering a culture of understanding and acceptance without prejudice.

The culmination of this joint effort is an e-magazine that compiles the students’ most representative work and was created in collaboration with partners. This final product not only highlights the importance of sustainability but also promotes cultural and ecological exchange among the participating schools.

The e-magazine is available online and stands as an example of comprehensive and collaborative education, focused on sustainability and the formation of conscious and proactive citizens.


eTwinning “Green Jobs” Project Culminates in Website and E-book

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The eTwinning “Green Jobs” project, developed in partnership with schools from Aver-o-Mar, Vila do Conde, Italy, France, Spain, Turkey, and Slovakia, aims to introduce the concept of green jobs and promote essential skills to transform young people into agents of change in an inclusive society and green economy. The project seeks to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to mitigate the job market mismatch for the future, creating a transition program for green jobs and entrepreneurship.

Developed between September 2023 and May 2024, the project is organized into six work modules designed to achieve the goals and objectives outlined in the project plan. The work focused on three main areas: green economies, the skills mismatch for green jobs, and economic issues. From the outset, students were organized into international mixed teams, collaborating with the support of ICT tools throughout the project.

The work plan was enriched with specific tasks, activity scheduling, tool selection, and relevant digital documents, all accessible via Twinspace. The participating schools coordinated their actions through online meetings, the Teacher Bulletin, TwinMail, and dedicated communication groups created to facilitate information sharing.

The final products of the project, a website and an e-book, were collaboratively created with international partners and are now available to the public. These products showcase the most representative works of the students, highlighting the commitment and creativity of the participants in the pursuit of a sustainable future.

To learn more about the project and explore the completed works, visit the project website: and check out the e-book: