The educational centre Engeba School, in Valencia held the multiplier event of the Erasmus+ WERWORLD Project on October 25th, 2022, where different teachers from Spain and other countries could learn first-hand about the results developed during the Project.
In the presentation of the event, the Engeba School Werworld team showed the pedagogical guide that collects good practices and guidelines that can be used as a theoretical and practical compendium for teachers on how to develop a sustainable curriculum for primary school. These guidelines are intended to be a methodological and operational document addressed to all teachers who intend to introduce healthy and ecological practices in their didactics, in order to transform the educational centres into more sustainable places.
Another of the results developed during the Project has been a Gamified Platform, which covers all the topics developed in the Guide and its implementation in education. It also details a series of relevant world days related to sustainable development and the SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) and how to implement them into the primary school curriculum introducing ICTs.
Besides, the Engeba School Werworld team conducted a practical workshop in which all the participants could learn how to grow and take care of a school garden.
A total of 39 people participated, 32 from Spain and 7 from other European Union countries.