Webinar proposto nell’ambito del progetto „Mediazione per l’accoglienza“ Consorzio Erasmus Plus 2021-1-IT02-KA121-SCH-000012059. Obiettivi 1, 5, 8.
16/6/2022, 16:00 – 16/6/2022, 17:00
Fuso orario: (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlino, Berna, Roma, Stoccolma, Vienna
It is no longer questioned that space facilitates pedagogical change, influences academic outcomes, and is related to health and wellbeing (even more so after COVID-19). It is agreed that the design of the learning space (school building, classrooms, playgrounds, access areas, toilets, etc.) plays an important role in transmitting the “hidden curricula” that reaches beyond written programs and educates in energy efficiency, climate change, financial responsibility, care for nature, etc. Not all changes require a high financial cost. Viable solutions are possible for all different types of budgets. Motivation of the teachers plays a key role. During this webinar we will try to explain the steps that take us from theory to practice with our students regardless of the context where we perform.
Montiel Vaquer has completed her PhD on Educational spaces and Sustainability, defended in April 2022 at Miguel Hernandez University in Elche (UMH), Spain. She has worked as a Secondary Education Teacher for more than 30 years, Principal of a Secondary School for 10 years and also has collaborated as associate professor in the Master for training Secondary Teachers at the UMH for 12 years. She initiated scientific research four years ago, and has several publications in international journals, promoting the importance of educational spaces as tools for transformation and improvement of Education and Sustainability.