EURONET 50/50 MAX
v številkah

525

osnovnih in srednjih šol iz

13

evropskih držav je implementiralo 50/50 metodologijo

98 891

učencev in

7 038

učiteljev si je zadalo cilj, da prihranijo vsaj

8%

energije, ki jo porabijo na šoli

109

evropskih občin uporablja orodje 50/50

84

od njih je sodelovalo na naših izobraževalnih dogodkih

56

občin je dejavnost 50/50 razširilo tudi na druge javne stavbe

155

lokalnih strategij in

26

izobraževalnih strategij vključuje koncept 50/50

41

pobud na ravni EU podpira mrežo 50/50

29

projektnih opazovalcev redno sledi projektu in aktivnostim

408

lokalnih, regionalnih in nacionalnih oblasti je bilo pozvanih, da v svoje strategije vključijo koncept 50/50

797

ljudi je sodelovalo v 50/50 promocijskih dogodkih

Teachers and pupils from the Primary and Secondary School in Čáslavice (Vysočina region) consider it very important to ensure wide dissemination of the project and its continuation by the future pupils. Therefore one of the tasks of the energy team is forwarding energy knowledge and experience to their younger colleagues. Pupils from the ninth grade (15 years old), who graduate at the end of the school year, visit younger ones (about 10 years old), share experience gained within the EURONET 50/50 MAX project, explain activities of the energy team and demonstrate how the measuring devices work. At the end of this "lesson", they invite younger pupils to the energy team meeting. Pupils, who are interested in energy, come to visit and usually stay with the team. Sharing experience by the pupils under the supervision of the teachers, but without their involvement, is the best way of creating relationships and encouraging new pupils to join the project and become working on environmental issues. This practice supports independence of the pupils and raises their interest in the topic of energy efficiency. So first the project partner teaches and involves the teachers and the pupils, who then pass the baton to the new pupils, who weren't there at the beginning of the project.