Home / Environmental Education Programs (main menu) (page 7)

Environmental Education Programs (main menu)

Earthkeepers – Introduction

Cyprus Center for Environmental Research and Education, making an agreement with the Institute for Earth Education (IEE), proceeded to the translation, edition and adaptation of the Program in Greek. The program is offered at the Cyprus Center for Environmental Research and Education (CYCERE) in collaboration with the Institute for Earth Education (IEE), ...

Read More »

Earthkeepers – Description of the program

The Earthkeepers program begins with an invitation from a mysterious character known as the E.M., inviting the students to visit the CYCERE (Earthkeepers Training Center) in order to become Earthkeepers. A few weeks later, students arrive in order to spend three days at the CYCERE Exploring the natural environment, students ...

Read More »

Earthkeepers – Aims of the program

The Earthkeepers program could be described as an enchanting learning adventure. This program aims to help students: To understand four basic ecological concepts (energy flow, cycling of materials, inter dependencies, changing forms). To develop positive environmental attitudes To undertake personal action in order to reduce their impact on Earth. To ...

Read More »

Earthkeepers – Participation

The Earthkeepers program is addressed towards the students of the 4th, 5th and 6th grade of the primary school as well as towards the students of the 1st grade of the secondary school and is provided FREE OF CHARGE. Max students: 25. In some exceptional cases the CYCERE may receive up ...

Read More »

CYCERE’s Guide of Environmental Education Programs 2020-2021

Download the pdf document of CYCERE’s Guide of Environmental Education Programs 2020-202 by clicking here Moreover, you can download the PDF documents of CYCERE’s Guides of Environmental Education Programs previous academic years, which are sent out to all primary and secondary schools in the beginning of the academic year: Guide of ...

Read More »