In the framework of the project interdisciplinary classroom activities targeted at Upper Primary and Secondary students, relating light pollution with Sciences, Arts, & Humanities are developed. The use of new technologies and digital tools is encouraged in all activities. These instruments assist students and teachers in making their own discoveries and sharing them with their communities, thus developing their problem-solving, communication and collaboration competences.
The educational scenarios (implemented in the form of classroom activities) will be developed under four major modules:
a. Light pollution in a nutshell,
b. Light pollution Mapping,
c. Energy conservation & efficiency, and
d. Light pollution & environment.