This learning activity was designed for cultural inclusive environmental lesson. The activity aims to bring the artist out of every student and invites them to create their own piece of art to raise awareness around Climate Change. To conclude the activity, students are invited to launch their own exhibition and present their art.

Learning Objectives:

After this activity, students should be able to:

  • Understand the basic science behind climate change
  • Express themselves artistically and communicate their messages about climate change through their art
  • Prepare a themed exhibition around climate change

This activity may be used as a standalone project. At the same time, if a teacher would like to design a holistic engaging student’s enterprise “Is Climate Change real?” (for secondary and primary education schools) a set of three lessons could be used as a starting point.

The students can start by engaging in an activity about understanding the importance of Climate Change what is really happening  (Looking At The Science Behind The Debate). Then they may engage in this artistic activity to communicate what Climate change mean to them (An artistic point of view). Finally, they can participate in an open schooling-designed activity during which they can raise awareness about Climate Change in their own community (Spreading the word to your local community).

The ILS design is following the principles of the universal design for learning (UDL) for inclusive learning.

Reviewers:  Olga Dziabenko and Iratxe Mentxaka

This activity was developed in the framework of the InSTEAM project.

Rating: 5 - 1 votes

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