Etwinning project - Zero Waste At Home

Lunes, 20 Mayo, 2024

The main goal of our project is to emphasize the importance of individuals taking responsibility for waste knowledge, garbage and waste recycling in the fight against climate change by revealing the relationship between daily activities and environmental impacts. In addition, our project aims to increase students' digital skills by using Web 2.0 tools and to improve their foreign language skills by actively using English.

Our project has 13 partners in total. There are 6 partners from Turkey, 1 from Macedonia, 2 from Romania, 2 from Spain, 1 from Poland and 1 from Serbia.

The Founders of The Project: Asiye TAN, Physics teacher at Selahaddini Eyyübi Anatolian High School in Diyarbakır and Matilda BAJKOVA, Macedonian Language and Literature Teacher at Primary school Jan Amos Komenski in North Macedonia

Project Partners:

Nurten ASLAN from Diyarbakır Science and Art Center

MUSA YÜKSEL from Diyarbakır Selahhadini Eyyubi Anatolian High School

Renata SZEWCZYK from Podstawowa Szaflary Secondary School, Poland

Safiye AKKAŞ from Muğla Private Crown Secondary School

Elif AYDIN from Ankara Milli İrade Girls' Anatolian Imam Hatip Anatolian High School

Aleksandar STOJKAVIC from Sreten Mladenovic Mika Secondary School, Serbia

Luiza-Simona DUMITRASÇU from Lascar Catargiu Secondary School, Romania


Felicia-Anosora Damian from Lascar Catargiu Secondary School, Romania

Jose Vicente ZAMORA from IES Doña Blanca de Molina Secondary School, Spain

İBRAHİM TOPÇU from Diyarbakır Çüngüş Borsa İstanbul 75th Year Regional Boarding Secondary School

The project aims to raise environmental awareness by educating students on issues such as energy saving, waste management, green space utilization and recycling. The project aims to move schools beyond being just educational institutions and to provide students with leadership and responsibility skills in environmental issues.

The main objectives of the project include raising awareness on energy saving, teaching waste management and recycling processes, and emphasizing the importance of using green spaces. In addition, by encouraging student participation, the project aims to create a competitive environment among schools in terms of environmentally friendly practices and thus create positive impacts that spread to a wider environment.

As a result, this project aims to transform schools into centers that raise conscious and active individuals on environmental issues and to develop students as solution-oriented and responsible individuals who are sensitive to environmental problems.