St. Joseph’s Secondary School, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath. I attended an EcoEd4All webinar facilitated by my local education centre towards the end of 2020. Little did I know that the 60 minutes I spent online was to dramatically shape and improve the teaching and learning in our TY Geography classes. EcoEd4all is now an integral part of our TY programme. The students focus on the
initiative from January to May. The versatility of the initiative along with the abundance of structured resources were a huge selling point of the programme for us, along with the knowledge that EcoEd4All is exactly what it is named ‘ Eco Ed 4 All’. Last year we focused on 3 modules: Biodiversity 1, Biodiversity 2, and The Circular Economy.

Karen Stenson