Climate change affects all humanity regardless of where individuals live. The EU Climate Adaptation Strategy (2020) indicates that decision-making and acting in the face of climate uncertainty can be facilitated by anchoring decisions in the latest science to achieve the objectives of the EU Green Deal.
Fostering the decision-making skills of EU citizens through education is important.
It is essential if we are to meet the digital transformation goals established to achieve European Green Deal strategies.
TECCHED seeks to incorporate ‘character and values’ as an affective domain in the design of the curriculum.
TECCHED will encourage pre-service teachers to develop ‘character and values’ as responsible global citizens during their teacher education so that they can transfer these skills to their students.
The Erasmus+ KA220 initiative, "Technology Enhanced Climate Change Curriculum Design" (TECCHED), supported by the European Commission, brings together leading higher education institutions Ruse University, Liepaja University, Vytauto Didziojo University, Bitlis Eren University, Ege University, as well as EOLAS and EUROGEO. Find out more about the partners Target Audience: University Faculty Members Working in Teacher Training…
Scientists and scholars from Ege University are embarking on a visionary initiative to craft a technology-driven educational curriculum focused on the pressing issue of climate change. Against the backdrop of Ege University's recent commitment to being a green and sustainable institution, distinguished for hosting impactful projects, the university has enthusiastically endorsed a new endeavour led…