CiELO is not just an acronym.
In Italian the word “cielo” means SKY: thinking about something that is bigger than big, higher than high and vital for everyone of us, is maybe the best inspiration to better focus both the problem of sustainable development and its possible solutions.
THE PROJECT AND ITS NUMBERS
CiELO will last 36 months, will involve about 160 students and their teachers, coming from 4 schools located in 3 European countries: Italy, Croatia and Lithuania; 2 scientific partners, specialized in issues related to the circular economy and 1 technical partner specialized in the development of innovative digital teaching materials.
University of Zagreb – Faculty of Mining Geology and Petroleum Engineering (CROATIA)
V. Gimnazija of Zagreb (CROATIA)
Birzu “Saules” gimnazija (LITHUANIA)
Kauno r. Domeikavos gimnazija (LITHUANIA)
THE LEARNING PROCESS
To achieve its goals, the project will support students, guided by properly trained teachers and tutors and through the use of this platform, in the development of activities based on innovative digital technologies, designed to stimulate the inclusion of participants.
The teaching approach of the project will therefore be based on ICT and digital technologies, and on multimedia tools that guarantee a high level of involvement for the students and their teachers alike.
The project CiELO will produce several intellectual outputs, that will be available for the European teaching community, once the 3 years experience of the Erasmus+ will be over: first this web platform, that will represent a virtual learning environment, structured in different levels and which will act as a means of communication and as a dissemination channel, but will also be a shared archive and an interactive training tool.
Within the project, three mobility experiences will be organized (also known as LTTA – Learning, Teaching and Traning Activities) for students.
The abroad experiencecs will represent an extremely effective, intensive and unconventional learning opportunity. During each mobility, roughly 24 to 32 students will be involved in a one week long field research.
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Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), founded in 1989, is a non-profit international research center and a think-tank producing high-quality, innovative, interdisciplinary and scientifically sound research on sustainable development.
University of Zagreb - Faculty of Mining Geology and Petroleum Engineering
Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering is a higher educational institution within the University of Zagreb.
The Faculty organizes and conducts academic studies while engaging in the scientific work in the domain of engineering sciences.
Digital education company, specialized in the development of Meet & Learn platforms and in the production of digital teaching tools, with a proprietary methodological approach inspired to CSSC learning.
The Institute offers a complex training program consisting of three different branches of the Technical Institute in the “Technological” sector: Chemistry, Materials and Biotechnology, Electronics, and Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and Telecommunications. The school counts over 800 students.
V. Gimnazija (Vth Gymnasium), established in 1938 in Zagreb, Croatia, is a comprehensive secondary (high) school with special focus on natural sciences and mathematics. Its main goal is to prepare students for further education at university. Currently attending the school are 720 students, enrolled in a 4-year curriculum consisting of 14 subjects per year.
Biržai “Saulė” gymnasium, founded in 1917, has 430 students and 45 teachers. It promotes science research, artistic education, ethnoculture and sports. It has close relations with cultural institutions, former students and local sponsors. Gymnasium has active student self-government. Students take high places in regional and republican competitions and Olympiads, and they participate in local and European projects.
Domeikava gymnasium is situated on the outskirts of Kaunas, the second largest city of Lithuania. The school‘s history started 100 years ago, when in 1920 the first primary school in the territory of Domeikava was opened.
Our vision is a modern, learning, open for changes and challenges, cherishing traditions and values community. Our goal is to provide conditions for pupils‘successful personal development, foster and disseminate ethno-cultural values and a successful life in the community.
Since 2004 gymnasium has been an active participant of EU funded projects.