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BOLETIN Nº8

PERMISOS DE SALIDA POR PUERTA PRINCIPAL
cronograma 19 de OCTUBRE de 2015
Estaremos muy bien representados por dos equipos estudiantiles en la “GIN Río Conference 2015”

La próxima semana un grupo de estudiantes de Secundaria viajarán a la “GIN Río Conference 2015” que se realiza en Río de Janeiro, Brasil, del 22 al 24 de octubre.

GIN (Global Isssues Network) es un programa internacional de los colegios AASSA para la educación sobre problemas globales, que apunta a que los estudiantes compartan el proceso y resultados de proyectos sostenibles que se han desarrollado en su comunidad. GIN desafía a los estudiantes y maestros a sumergirse en un tema elegido y a interactuar con sus compañeros y otros colaboradores internacionales para crear redes, pensar y actuar de manera crítica, creativa e innovadora con el objetivo de plantear soluciones para hacer frente a los problemas globales del mundo real.

En este año, el Colegio Einstein estará representado por dos grupos. El primero, conformado por Matheo Bergmann, Adolfo Loza, Camila Andrade, Ana Charro, Tomás Loza y Valeria Palacios, presentará el proyecto “Always a second chance”. El segundo, integrado por Eduardo Delgado, Sebastián Herdoíza, Germy Mendoza, Karen Morales, Eduarda Navarrete, Oscar Terán, presentarán “Tetra Trash”.

Compartimos a continuación el enlace al video que presentarán nuestros jóvenes, así como el resumen de sus conferencias.

VIDEO 1
Always a second chance
VIDEO 2
Tetra Trash

Always a second chance Tetra Trash

Global Issue: Global Warming

Why is it essential to develop an ecologic way to treat electronic waste in our school environment?


The objective of our school project is to reuse and discard electronic waste responsibly within the school environment, which will be the main focus of the workshop. We will present the development of activities, the application of ideas and how we accomplished our objectives. The relationship between global warming and electronic waste will be explained and clarified in an educational background. Through this workshop, our objective is to encourage schools to promote awareness of this topic and to find solutions that will effectively reduce the problem of the lack of knowledge with regards to effective disposal of electronic waste.

 

 

Global Issue: Global Warming

Why is it important to classify trash in the correct way in order to reduce it?


Our group is called Tetra-Trash, it was form with the goal of creating awareness in our school community of how much Tetra Pack is consumed in our institution, and teach our piers how to dispose of waste effectively.

We became the first school in our city to ever work together with a state organization named EMASEO, which is in charge of street cleaning, and proper collection and classification of domestic and industrial waste. This project allowed interaction between our school authorities, the school cleaning department, students and the city council through EMASEO.

In this workshop we will show the process we implemented to reduce the amount of common trash in our school by discarding Tetra Pack separately, and the very positive results of the project.

 


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