School WASH and Environmental clubs can raise awareness among students, teachers, and parents about sustainable water management, fostering improved sanitation and hygiene practices in schools andcommunities and stimulating groups to take action on water issu
Module 9: Waterschool Network
After exploring the first eight modules of Swarovski Waterschool Drops of Knowledge for Rivers of Change Teaching and Learning Material, and discovering how water connects every being on Earth, the next step is to take local action for global change together. Networks are interactions between different people and places, working in collaboration. Similar goals and objectives provide common ground to share, learn and grow in cooperation with others.
“Over the past 6 years, through the joint efforts of all those who have participated in the project, we have planted green seeds in the hearts of countless students. Cultivating the gratitude and respect children have for nature has a lifelong impact. This is of particular importance in light of China’s rapid economic development, and the government’s recent revisions of environmental laws. Thanks to the support from Swarovski we can increase our efforts to restore our surroundings, and I believe that China’s environment will get better.” － Shi Li, Swarovski Waterschool China Project Officer
Integrates educational practices with the use of various media platforms to create “communication ecosystems” that can empower students, teachers, and other individuals incommunities around the world to act as journalists and connect with other communities.es.
Time: 90 minutesGoal for Learning: Support students in becoming agents of change in school, their families and communities.