GUIDELINES – on engaging senior adult learners in non-formal education on the topics of recycling and circular economy
The Guidelines have 2 major parts: Part 1 – “Basic principles of environmental protection, sustainability, recycling and circular economy”, and Part 2 – “Creating suitable learning environment for elder adult learners and basic principles of effective engagement of seniors in educational and community-based activities”.
With them, we want to set up a new approach to seniors’ teaching process on the topics of environmental protection, sustainability, recycling and circular economy.
The SenGA project aims to address the gap in educational materials on environmental topics for older adults by creating a resource library specifically designed for seniors.
The resource library provides tailored information and materials on sustainable living, recycling, circular economy, and other related subjects that are suitable for the learning needs and styles of older generations.
By raising awareness and promoting ‘green’ activism among seniors, the project aims to foster active aging and lifelong learning, while emphasizing the importance of environmentally friendly solutions and behaviors.