Food as a basic need and human right presentation

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Paper presented at the ERA-6 International Conference, Athens September 2011

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  • Our learning environment is also supported through the integration of various web-based ICT tools, such as concept maps (Text2Mindmap), spreadsheets (Zoho Sheet), presentations (280slides), paint tools (Pixlr), word processing (Zoho Writer). Users also have access to an online calculator and an online modern Greek dictionary. The key terms of each unit are analyzed in an online glossary
  • Food as a basic need and human right presentation

    1. 1. Food as a Basic Need and Human Right in Connection to Climate Change Education. A Web-based Hypermedia Teaching Intervention for Primary School Learners. - Dimitrios Gkotzos , Primary School Teacher, PhD Candidate, UNESCO Chair , Department of Primary Education, University of Crete, dmgtzs @ gmail . com - Nikolaos Larios , Automation Engineer , PhD Candidate, UNESCO Chair , Department of Primary Education, University of Crete, [email_address] -   Dr. Vassilios Makrakis , Professor, ICT in Education, Department of Primary Education, University of Crete - UNESCO ICT in ESD Chairholder , [email_address]
    2. 2. Broader learning environment
    3. 3. Software engineering methods
    4. 4. Web-based hypermedia tools Internet Calculator Concept mapping Presentation Paint Word processor Dictionary- Glossary Spreadsheet
    5. 5. The structure of the hypermedia environment and its underpinning theory
    6. 6. The structure of the hypermedia environment Right to food and climate change: Learners are activated in order to protect their right to food against climate change impacts.
    7. 7. The learning process
    8. 8. Cross-thematic approach
    9. 9. The learning environment

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