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Welcome to our Climate-Change-Project


This project is a collaboration project between Iceland, Estonia and Denmark. 

7th. grade /8th grade students were working together on different climate issues. 

The project started in September 2009 and was running until June 2011.


Best regards Signe Denmark 


Have a look at our final evaluations here!

Final evaluations

Estonian evaluation Voki

Danish evaluation Voki

Icelandic evaluation Voki


November 2011

We are currently designing a new logo for our project even though the project is finished we think it needs a beautiful logo! Exciting.. 




September 2011

Two Danish and two Icelandic students went to Finland with Eva and Signe to present their knowledge and learning perspectives from being in "The Climate Change Project"


Here You can see our presentations from the workshop:

The student's presentation:


The teacher's presentation:


Look at the photos from the workshop in Finland here:

Workshop in Finland


June 2011

Have a look at the statistics I have done on "Empowering students".

It is made on material gathered in a survey made amongst the students in this project.

I did it to find out: "how can you in general get motivated and engaged  students in your classroom?"

The students in the "Climate-Change-project" were good interviewees as they come from tree different countries, are at the same age and had a high level of activity in the project.

I think this survey gave me some of the answers, have a look and see what you think!



Here you can see all the presentations made by the Estonian, Danish and Icelandish students and presented in Iceland and Denmark (September 2010 and November 2010):

Meeting in Denmark  

Arnar, Hjalti, Baldvin and Thordur, Mike og Oliver, Emma, Tanja, Sonja og Kaisa

Liisa, Grete Liis, Marie and Line

Local Food

Ida, Ida, Kadi and Eden

Emma og Tanja

Anne A, Pernille, Ellidi, Oli and Sindri

Melissa, Katrine M, Robin and Karl

Neit, Hasel, Elena, Stine and Sara



An example:

Made by Arnar, Aron and Baldvin from Iceland.

Here you can listen to our evaluation of the Climate Change Project. The students have made a speaking avatar (a voki). Listen to the evaluations here:

Estonian evaluation Voki

Icelandic evaluation Voki

Danish evaluation Voki



May 2011

We have made some evaluations of our project on tree levels:

-Subject-wise - "What have you learned about the climate?"

- Social - "What have you learned /which social skills have you developed during our project?"

- Personal - "How have your personal development been during our project?"


Look at the evaluations here!


The newest climate song edition!



The song as a mp3 -file!


Here some of the danish students are telling about CO2 emition in transport of apples by handing out free danish apples and trying to convince the inhabitants to buy local food.

These are photos from the different happenings we have made.



To watch us on TV click here:




Have a look at the teachers twin blog here:




The Danish climate class have just (20-01-2010)won a national competition where you had to describe the way you teach Climate at your school. We won 18.000 danish kroner for Climate activities!! REally great!!



Here is our diploma from the competition: Wau...










Comments (13)

eva@grv.is said

at 9:25 am on Mar 16, 2009

Hi Signe and Ingrid, I have never used Wiki before, one of my class has made introduction which I can then put here rhight? Just create a folder. Look forward working with you.
best wishes

Signe Sloth said

at 10:03 pm on Mar 16, 2009

Are the presentations made in Power Point? If yes then I wouls suggest that you upload them to www.slideshare.com and then embed them in this wiki. If you share the presentations on slideshare with me I can help you or you can get your ict guide to help;-)

eva@grv.is said

at 12:17 pm on Mar 18, 2009

Hi again, now one of my classes has done an introduction with music, please let me know if you can watch it and hear it. We made this in photostory 3.

Signe Sloth said

at 4:58 pm on Mar 22, 2009

Hi Eva
We can download it and see it! You have to think about copyright if you put it on the internet! I think it is a fine video with lots of nice pictures. But you have to remove the music and maby let the children speak to the photos? One way of getting the video embeded in the wiki is to upload it to www.youtube.com or another place for uploading videos (teacherstube??). After you have uploaded it you will get a code for embeding the video into the wiki. Once you have done that and you have the code ask again if you find it diffricult to embed.
But you have to remove the music it can give you a huge fee if someone finds out. I have removed the video with music from this page because it is not legal!

eva@grv.is said

at 12:11 pm on Apr 22, 2009

Hi Signe and Ingrid, now I have put a different class in the project, children born ´96. They have started their presentation and I put 2 in now, the rest will finish next wednesday. Tomorrow we have the day off because it is the first day of summer, We always get the day off, first summersday. Looking out my window now there is nothing like summer, storm and rain, but today is the last day of winter so hopefully tomorrow the sun will come.
Best wishes

Signe Sloth said

at 6:32 pm on May 3, 2009

All the danish presentations are now on this wiki too!
Took som e time, but I hope you enjoy it!

eva@grv.is said

at 11:46 am on May 6, 2009

Hi Signe and Ingrid, now all of my children have put in their presentations, we have also read yours and the children are very exited to getting to know them better.
Best wishes

Stefan Lyngbak Nielsen said

at 12:57 pm on Sep 18, 2009


Rasmus Merkelsen said

at 1:02 pm on Sep 18, 2009

Heeej Alle?(;

Julie Thrane said

at 7:46 pm on Oct 19, 2009

Heej Rasmus!!
- Og alle jer andre :P

Signe Sloth said

at 6:47 pm on Nov 2, 2009

Remember in english ;-)

mads said

at 2:04 pm on Nov 13, 2009

hello!!!! :b

ujjal said

at 8:32 am on Jan 26, 2011

its a wonderful job done...

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