Soil is the most important element that forms the basis of life. However, the fertility of the soil is decreasing day by day due to many threats. With this project, we will work with the awareness of how important the natural environment is for all living things in nature and to increase the fertility of the soil. We will prepare compost by utilizing household food waste. We will observe the development processes of plants grown in fertile soils.
With this project we aim
-To understand the importance of the natural environment,
-To understandithat household food wastes can be recycled,
-To understand the importance of soil in our lives,
-To learn how to make compost to obtain fertile soil,
-To Observe the growth and development process of plants,
-To develop a sense of responsibility in students,
-To provide interdisciplinary interaction,
We are planning to include different web 2.0 tools in the training processes.
Our project will start in March and will be completed at the end of May. During March, student and teacher presentations, logo and poster selections for our project will be completed. During this time, the concept of compost will be explained to the students and the necessary waste will be collected. The April events will be on composting. Additional studies will be determined together with the project partners. In May, fertile soil will be obtained.
At the end of our project, our students will:
-Understand the importance of the natural environment,
-Learn that food waste can be recycled,
-Learn how to make compost in order to obtain fertile soil,
-They will observe the growth and development process of a plant. In this way, awareness of responsibility will be developed.
-The importance of working in team and cooperation will be understood.
-Our students will be introduced to different web 2.0 tools.