Technology developed rapidly in the 20th and 21st centuries. Consequently, the energy need and the world population increased. The need for energy and the world population has increased. With this project, we aim to teach our students the principles of Permaculture. The founder of permaculture is Bill Mollison. According to Bill Mollison; Permaculture is the job of designing and maintaining diverse, stable, resilient and agro-productive ecosystems such as natural ecosystems. In our project, we will start with composting first. Composting is the first step in permaculture. Compost means fertile soil. During the pandemic process, students will prepare cold compost on their balcony or garden. They will plant mint, sage, lavender plants in the compost they have prepared. Thus, our students will use their time efficiently. Environmental awareness of our students will improve.
We aim for our students who take part in the project to gain the following skills at the end of the project:
– Our students can explain the concepts of permaculture and compost,
– Understand permaculture principles and teach people around them,
– To raise awareness about environmental awareness, sustainable agriculture, conscious use of resources,
– To make friends with students from different cultures and schools, to share their knowledge and experiences,
– Increasing technology use skills with the web 2.0 tools used in the activities to be carried out in the project,
– We aim to increase their language skills by making friends from different countries.
– Obtaining parental permits from students
– Informing students about e-security
-Students and teachers to introduce themselves
– «What is permaculture and compost?» Preparing a presentation about
– Event related to CODEWEEK week in October
– Preparation and implementation of project start-up questionnaire
-Country and city promotions
– Preparation of school promotional videos
– Creating accounts of the project in social media tools such as Facebook and Instagram
-Creating the Project Blog page
-The olive crushing festival
-Project logo work and Poster work
– Preparing brochures
– Making a short film about composting
-Interviewing about the project topic
– Planting mint, sage, thyme in the compote
– Virtual exhibition
– End of project evaluation questionnaire
-To make applications for our students to better understand the Ecology subjects in the MEB biology course program,
-To provide project-based learning
-Creating compost (fertile soil).
– Introducing and using Web 2.0 tools to our students.
– To teach table olive production.
– To improve our students’ foreign language skills.
– To promote organic farming practices,
– Teaching environmental awareness, sustainability, zero waste, and conscious use of resources are among the expected results of our project.