three subreports.

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In times of shortage of resources and competing extra-curricular activities in formal education, a joint effort of students, teachers, parents, school authorities, the general public and other actors is mandatory to allow mountain-oriented Education (MoE) develop its unique potential. Together with all other project partners who supported the work, the Department of Geography of the University of Innsbruck presents the elaboration of the three subreports. You will find information on the status quo of the implementation of MoE in the five EU Alpine states, on opportunities and shortcomings of established good practice examples and the conclusions and recommendations for a better integration of formal and non-formal environmental education by elicitating both youth, experts, educators, practitioners and official documents for the realm of YOUrALPS project.
Take a detailed look at the main results of work package 2 of the currently running Interreg Alpine Space Project YOUrALPS here for report 1: “Collection and analysis of existing Mountain-oriented education (MoE) practices and approaches”,
and here for report 2: “Political Strategies on Education for sustainable development and Mountain-oriented Education”.
The report 3: “Mountain-oriented education (MoE) implementation approaches & challenges” is here.

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