The EELLSS consortium will organise a final event on October 5th and 6th, 2017, in Kassel. The two-day event will bring together all partners and all those teachers and students that have been involved in the learning projects. The event will take place in the German partner school Wilhelmsgymnasium on day 1 and in the premises of the Landkreis Kassel on day 2. We will organise a fair where partner school will present their learning projects and findings. We will soon publish the agenda here.
Exernal guests are very much welcome!
The EELLSS team is inviting European school students (14-19 years old) to submit projects, concepts or ideas on practical and problem based soil projects in European schools. You can describe a project that has already been carried out or is still in the planning process. You can also describe a concept or idea that could potentially be carried out if you had the chance to do so.
In any case, you should: Continue reading
On December 5th, 2016, is World Soil Day!
We hope you and your classes will join our World Soil Day event on social media!
The idea is to introduce your class to the other school classes on December 5th. For example by posting a comment, posting a group picture or by letting your students make a short movie in which they will present themselves. Whatever suits you and whatever time allows. Find out more!
From 04.-08.11.2016 the five-day teacher training took place in the premises of the Spanish school STUCOM situated in the heart of Barcelona. The programme contained theoretical and practical elements and left room for developing own projects that shall be implemented in the following month in the partner schools. Continue reading
THe GREEEN project has come to an end – the network activities of the GREEEN Network carry on. Also we are glad to continue our successful collaboration with six partners of the GREEEN Network in the follow-up project EELLSS – European Experiential Learning Lab on Soil Science that aims to interlink natural sciences with “soils” as a practical, concrete and “living” lab and innovative learning field. Find out more on the EELLS website.