Everything you need to know about ACT!

ACT! Project

The project «ACT! – Taking action in schools for a more sustainable world through Sustainable Development Goals», is an Erasmus+ project which lasts 28 months. ACT! began its journey in December 2021 and will meet its end in April 2024.

Aim of ACT!

ACT! is aiming to develop the needed tools and methods, so as children and teachers from different countries and educational and cultural environments, to work together (co-work) on global topics related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Let’s learn which are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals!

The 17 SDGs according to the Agenda 2030 are the following:
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To whom ACT! is addressed!

If you are a member of the following groups, the project ACT! is meant for you:

  • Students of 14th – 18th years old.
  • Teachers of students of 14th – 18th years old students.
  • Primary / upper secondary schools.
  • Training Institutions.
  • Educational
  • NGOs and organizations working for sustainable development.
  • Municipalities.
  • Public & private educational stakeholders.
  • Local / regional / national / European community.

Which are the partners who joined their forces for ACT!?

ACT! project is being implemented by 5 organisations from 4 different European countries. Partners are the following:

  1. SOSU Østjyllan from Denmark,
  2. Giovani Valdarno Società cooperativa sociale from Italy,
  3. from Greece,
  4. FEG from Romania and,
  5. Themistoklis S.A. from Greece.

How the project’s aim will be accomplished?

In order the aim of the project,to be accomplished, a range of digital tools will be created, described as following:

  • Self-Reflection Tool for teachers on cross-border learning synergies for the SDGs.
  • Online Training Program for teachers in cross-border cooperation for the development of the SDGs in schools.
  • Community e-platform for cross-border cooperation on the SDGs.
  • Online Workshops for cross-border cooperation on the SDGs.

United we ACT!

Together we can make Sustainable Development Goals a reality!

For more information about the project visit the website  here!

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