The course is designed in the scope of UNDP-GEF KURA II programme: advancing IWRM across the Kura river basin. The project collaborates with schools and teachers and helps prepare a new generation to understand the importance of rational use of water resources today and in the future. The project, which is implemented by Environment and Development NGO (ED) with support of the consulting company “Mindworks”.
We have created an online course with animated videos to help teachers implement water resources learning activities in their classroom.
This is an example of animated videos you will find in this course.
The goal: The aim of the course is to prepare teachers for the implementation of learning activities that help students to thoroughly understand the critical issues related to the sustainable management of water resources: existing problems and challenges, expected outcomes and forecasts, ongoing initiatives and projects.
Who is the course for? The online course will be useful for teachers of natural sciences, geography, biology and chemistry. It may also be interesting for Georgian history teachers (including “My Georgia”). It is a great resource for school eco-clubs.
Online course design team: The online course is developed by experts from “Environment and Development” and “Mindworks”. The video animations and student assignments are based on the text of educational brochures created by the organization “Environment and Development”. The brochures can be downloaded within the course as a learning resoruce.
Shota Murtskhvaladze, Project Manager
Natia Gabrichidze, instructional designer
Irakli Kobulia, field expert
Kakhaber Bakhtadze, field expert
Guram Kveladze, graphic designer
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