NESTLÉ institutional portuguese site provides a lot of information and pedagogical activities for teachers about food education issues focused in young people (untill 12 years old) information needs. This site also have pedagogical tools to been use directly by children.
This lesson plan is being implemented in a form of a workshop. Students analyse issues of reasonable consumption and healthy eating. They debate and brainstorm onconsumer choice and CSR. Additional video and materials help students to be more responsible consumers.
Author:Vartotojų teisių gynimo centras Format:Weblink
"Šis vadovas yra vienas iš darbų, remiamų Europos projekto “
Mobilumas – europinės pilietybės paradigma”, kuris aprėpia 8 šalių
piliečius (Bulgarija, Italija, Lietuva, Portugalija, Rumunija, Serbija,
Slovakija ir Ispanija), dėl iššūkių , kuriuos piliečių mobilumas kelia
Europos ateičiai: transporto prieinamumas, aplinkos tvarumas ir
Mobilumo problema – tai kasdienis daugelio Europos pilečių
interesas bei europinės pilietybės paradigma, kadangi ji liečia daug
jos aspektų (bendrą tapatybę transnacionalinio mobilumo dėka,
Europos piliečių/keleivių teises ir tt...)"
Author:Board of online editors of Bundesverband Verbraucherzentralen Format:Weblink,DVD,.pdf
The German Resources Compass on Consumer Education provides a huge amount of educational resources from Germany and Austria. Thes can be searched by subjec, theme or age group and are all described and rated by experts on consumer education. It comprises also a lot of commercial offers (books, multimedia tools, ...)
This lesson plan was produced as part of the World’s Largest Lesson, a project to help young people learn about the new UN Sustainable Development Goals. It supports teaching about goal 12 - ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns. The resource promotes sustainable living by highlighting the impact we can all have through the ethical consumer choices we can make.
This comprehensive resource contains a rich variety of activities, which used together will help raise students’ awareness of sustainable living. It includes case studies and photos which bring the topic to life! The resource highlights the different choices that we as consumers can make – such as the food we eat, the transport we use and the kind of holidays we go on, and provides practical actions students can take to live more sustainably. By providing alternative activities and differentiation suggestions, the resource can be adapted to cater for a range of learning needs.
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