Gardens - Gärten als inklusive Lernorte
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Urban gardens have many social and ecological potentials. There, we experience natural cycles, ecological correlations, and environmental and climate protection. We are in exchange with others and experience political and social connections.
In urban gardens we can develop together and continue to learn as adults through community activities. Public and easily accessible offers provide an opportunity for participation, especially for disadvantaged groups.
In the Erasmus+ project GARDENS we are looking at how to make environmental education in (urban) gardens more accessible for socially disadvantaged groups.
6 European partner organizations share their experiences on tested methods of inclusion and (environmental) education.
We analyze strengths and weaknesses of the methods and develop indicators. We collect suitable methods with the help of these indicators, exchange information about them in joint trainings, learn from other organizations, experience the methods ourselves and develop them further.
In this way, tested and functioning practices, methods and tools (best practices) are developed together.
The results will be publicly accessible and usable. Therefore, the best practices will be published in an eBook and an interactive online map. Both will be available in all project languages.
You can download the eBook here
- himmelbeet, Berlin, Germany
- Comparative Research Network, Berlin, Germany https://www.crnonline.de
- Zasiej, Warsaw, Poland http://www.zasiej.org
- SaluTerre, Vélines, France, https://www.saluterre.com
- Kilowatt, Bologna, Italy, https://kilowatt.bo.it
- the municipality of Krakow, Poland https://www.krakow.pl
- Changemaker, Göteborg, Sweden http://changemaker.nu
Start Sommer 2021 bis 2022 | Kontakt: email@example.com | Gefördert durch Erasmus+ Programm und Open Educational Resources