Last modified: July 16, 2021

BioLearn (BSB142) – e-Learning platform

16/07/2021

The partnership of the project Eco-Conscious Minds to Stop Pollution in the Valuable Wetlands of Black Sea Basin BIOLEARN (BSB142) developed a training set containing 12 separate courses aiming to highlight the importance of wetlands, to prevent pollution in wetlands and to develop ecological literacy of the participants accordingly in the Black Sea basin area.

For each course, an interactive lesson was prepared and published on the e-Learning platform: http://bio-learn.org/e-learning/. The lessons are short, funny, engaging with a great graphic design.

The target groups for the courses: age 8-14.

The lessons are available in English, Turkish, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Georgian and Greek languages.

The lessons are:

  1. Water the Source of Life 
  2. Water Cycle 
  3. Wetlands and their Importance 
  4. Wetland Ecosystem and Habitat
  5. Biodiversity 
  6. Soil 
  7. Nature Observation and Citizen Science
  8. Environmental Pollution
  9. Sustainability 
  10. Climate and Climate Change
  11. Threats to Wetlands and Wetland Conservation
  12. The Use of Wetlands

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