Great Plant Research Project
Çevre College has enrolled at the national level to the "Great Plant Research Project" under the "Eco Schools" this year. The project, which will continue in the 9-11 age group, will continue for 5 years.
To educate young people who protect and promote local biological diversity; to provide teachers with educational activities related to biodiversity by developing scientific resources in accordance with the principles of the "Biodiversity Convention"; to introduce the principles of Kew (UK Center for Nature Conservation) and FEE (International Environmental Education Foundation); to ensure that the objectives of the European Union and the UN's biodiversity education are learned; We wanted our projectors to predict their creatures by giving their pupils the visuals of selected animals and plants at the first leg of the project, which has important purposes, such as creating a module that would be part of FEE's school programs. As a result, we sent the questionnaires to Eco Schools.