SUSDI, Sustainable Diets

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A good diet for you and for the Earth has to be healthy and sustainable. The sustainability of a diet depends on where in the world you are. Sustainable Diets (SUSDI) helps your students to design good diets for them and for the planet.

Erasmus KA2 2018-1-ES01-KA229-050651 SUSDI (Sustainable diets) is a project involving four secondary schools from the EU: INS Sabadell, Agrupamento de Escolas Trigal de Santa Maria, Bundesgymnasium und Bundesrealgymnasium Baden, Gymnázium Jána Chalupku v Brezne. Teaching-learning materials created at SUSDI use IBSE (Inquiry-Based Science Education) and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) approaches.

The project aims to:

  • Present the topic of healthy diet to secondary students in an innovative way using the methodology of IBSE (Inquiry-Based Science Education), with an interdisciplinary STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) approach.
  • Make students aware of the global warming challenge, and that they can be part of solution to this.
  • Create sustainable diets collaboratively among partners from different countries.
  • Enable students to implement the solutions created by them in their schools and local environment.
  • Share the results and outcomes of the project with other stakeholders.

Basic information

Country: Austria, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain

Coordinator: Institut Sabadell, https://agora.xtec.cat/ies-sabadell/

Programme: Erasmus+

Project Acronym:

Target groups: secondary school students, teachers

Topic: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental sciences, Food science

Start year: 2018

End year: 2021

Url: https://sites.google.com/ies-sabadell.cat/home/eng

Contact person: Montserrat Tortosa Moreno, montserrat.tortosa (at) gmail.com mtortosa (at) ies-sabadell.cat

It is an innovation project; no research has been done

The most relevant products are eight Didactic Units and their Teacher Guides, available in English, Portuguese, Slovak, German, Catalan and Spanish. The Didactic Units are downloable from the website of the project, and cover the following topics:

  • Didactic unit 1: How does foodstuff arrive at our table?
  • Didactic unit 2: Micronutrients and health
  • Didactic unit 3: Agriculture, sustainability and robotics
  • Didactic unit 4: Future food
  • Didactic unit 5: Nutrition and climate change
  • Didactic unit 6: Food ecological footprint
  • Didactic unit 7: Local solutions for a global problem
  • Didactic unit 8: Let Packaging Not Be Waste

 

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