“The Horse” concept is evolving!
For the first time, young learners from three different countries are experimenting with each other to gain experience in co-creation, communication and media skills – all within a “real-life collaboration project”! The approach is called TRIANGLE Collaboration. There are student teams and teachers involved from Kerala (India), from Wetzikon Zurich (Switzerland) and from Zarautz (Basque Country, Spain).
It all started with a “festival of ideas” by the students. They proposed different topics: e.g. climate change & glacier melt, biodiversity & medicinal plants, endangered insects, textile production & transport, littering & drainage systems, future mobility and more.
How can students communicate with each other across cultures and borders? What works or doesn’t work so well?
To ensure that the young people do not lose sight of their goal, they use the “befter” method; this way they are accompanied all the way to the publication of their experiences, which can be exciting survey results, expert interviews or self-made videos and more. The students will be introduced to WordPress web publishing and finally publish their contributions on this website dontwastemy.energy.
We are already looking forward to it – it’s sure to be magnificent!