The initiative, framed within the ‘Aprendemos Juntos 2030’ platform, seeks to help children promote a better world
The schools they are the “essential engine” for transmitting to children the importance of caring for the planet through responsible consumption, respecting others and adopting healthy lifestyle habits. With this strong idea, the BBVA has presented ‘Reboot your world’a new initiative framed in the educational project ‘We Learn Together 2030‘, so that boys and girls learn to take care, to take care of others already take care of the planet.
Thus, from this March 21 the project, designed by experts in education, makes available to teachers, educators and families free resources to help the boys and girls of the stage of primary education to promote sustainability and to be the drivers of change towards a better world. These resources include practical and simple content in formats such as infographics, videos and explanatory guides that can be used and adapted to environments and needs.
‘Restart your world’ consists of three modules that can be done independently: ‘healthy lifestyle habits‘, which seeks to help plant the seed of self-care in childhood from a perspective that includes food, rest or hygiene; ‘Responsible consumption‘, whose purpose is for boys and girls to know how plastics impact the environment so that they acquire a commitment to it; and ‘Diversity and Coexistence‘, which helps to understand the benefits of diversity.
feel, think, act
Each of the modules has three phases: ‘Feel’, ‘Think’ and ‘Act’. The objective of ‘Feel’ is to bring students closer to reality, and for this it is essential to leave the classroom. In this phase, there are four protagonists who share different experiences: the pediatrician Lucía Galán, chef Joan Roca, adventurer and disseminator Nacho Dean and biologist and scientific disseminator Odile Rodríguez de la Fuente.
The ‘Thinking’ phase intends, with the playful philosophy and the hand of the specialist in education Viviana Figueroaand the pedagogue Angelica Satyrplay to think and think while playing.
And with ‘Actuar’, 23 children who have participated from a real classroom apply the Solidarity Service Learning (APS) methodologies, cooperative learning and work by areas, under the advice of the psychologist Mariana Solari Macabelli.
‘Restart your world’ is the fourth challenge of the ‘We learn together 2030’ platform. The other three projects are focused on conflict resolution, emotional intelligence and public speaking. Currently, 20% of educational centers in Spain have teachers already registered on this learning platform.