Discover the life cycle of every-day things!
The project started with the idea of having a website created by students last year. And it worked out fine!
After launching the website “Don’t waste my energy” a year ago, this year’s topic was “Don’t waste my resources!”. All website contributions have been created by students within the new (bilingual) teaching subject “Technik & Umwelt”.
The life cycles of 25 “things” had to be discovered as far and as intensely as possible in the given time by 63 students: i.e. finding the roots of its origin (e.g. natural resources, mineral resources, natural/artificial substances, biological/technical cycles) and its end of life (end of pipe) or rebirth (reuse, recycle, etc.).
Brand new was the teams’ way of propagation: For the making of and our website promotion social media channels had been involved. The teams experimented with interaction channels as facebook, instagram, twitter & reddit.
w2w – The students’ website project is completed!
8 happy moments of the website creation team
Some contributions/eine Auswahl an Beiträgen:
- Oh… Oh… Open air waste
- The never stopping motion of a Swiss bottle
- Farmer Ruedi’s cows – a beefy cycle from “Züri Oberland”
- It’s high time to check the long term watch
- Coffee capsules’ cycles – what else?
- Pan the pan around!
More Information about “The horse concept”
Check our project website teachingweb.org
Videos about the project (2016)
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One thought on “The Website Project “w2w” 2016/17 is completed”
Ich habe mich nun ein wenig auf der Webseite verweilt und habe so manchen interessanten und unterhaltsamen Beitrag entdecken können. Gratuliere euch zu diesem spannenden Projekt!