As the project coordinators of the Erasmus + project 8 Ways to Save the Planet, we had the incredible opportunity to lead detailed discussions with our partners during the second Transnational Project Meeting held in Rome!
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our Italian partners, Euphoria Net, for their exceptional hospitality and excellent organization of the meeting. 🇮🇹
On June 6th and 7th, we gathered with our esteemed partners, to delve into the upcoming project activities and plan the exciting milestones that lie ahead.
As part of this enriching experience, we had the incredible opportunity to visit two remarkable educational centers. A special thank you goes to IC Cristoforo Colombo in Fiumicino and IC Montessori in Rome, where they graciously showcased highly beneficial educational methods aligned with our project’s goals.
These in-depth discussions allowed us to align our visions, exchange valuable insights, and collectively chart the course for our project’s success. Together, we aim to create impactful initiatives that promote sustainable and mindful eating habits, fostering positive change for our planet.
We take great pride in our role as project coordinators and are thrilled to collaborate closely with our partners to bring this vision to life. We believe that by empowering individuals and spreading awareness, we can make a significant difference in creating a more sustainable future.
The “8 Ways To Eat To Save The Planet” project focuses on strengthening the professional competencies of teachers, providing innovative tools for teaching, and developing students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes towards climate change and sustainable development.
Stay tuned as we embark on this transformative journey, implementing our meticulously planned activities and achieving the milestones we set forth. Together, we can inspire positive change and pave the way for a greener, healthier planet!