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The program aims to raise awareness among the students and awaken their activist spirit on issues of significant importance in today's world, such as the responsible use of technologies or gender equality in science and technology careers.
To do so, we provide teachers with a set of proposals and methodologies to address these issues in the classroom, from awareness-raising activities to active dynamics and projects.
Currently, Activista Orange has two programs, Activista LOVE and Activista STEAM, with content to explore with students the topics of responsible usage of technology (cyberbulling, vamping, sexting ...) and STEAM careers with a gender focus, respectively.
The Activista Orange program has modular support materials, based on active methodologies and project-based learning, which will allow you to adapt the content to your needs and the time of dedication you want to give it. From a small activity to raise awareness among students about the responsible usage of technologies, to a research project on women in STEAM careers, the objectives of the program are to raise awareness among students, delve into topics so that they become experts, and collaborate with the objective of promoting their activist spirit and thus being able to transmit this knowledge to other people around them.
Reflecting on the impact of the topics on society
Becoming experts in the topics through activities
Boosting their activist spirit through projects
Students of the upper cycle of Primary School (5th and 6th grade) and from the first cycle of Secondary School (1st and 2nd years, according to the Spanish system)
In addition to teachers, this material can also be used by families or schools' parents' associations who wish to address these issues with their children.