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Project Estella Experiential learning methodology

Welcome to Project Estella

The goal of the ESTELLA is to develop an innovative methodology that goes beyond the traditional double-level experiential learning methodology but to empower secondary school students to analyse an environmental context and to build upon it.

This will be done by implementing the experiential learning methodology in different European countries, and thus in different environmental contexts, while also granting students the opportunity to learn from each other in a process of fully-fledged intercultural communication.


The Estella Platform

The Estella platform is dedicated to supporting teachers in gaining proficiency in this pedagogical method.
This is accomplished through the provision of capacity-building workshops, a diverse range of environmental exercises rooted in experiential learning for implementation both inside and outside the classroom.
Additionally, it offers access to the eTwinning school platform to teachers and students, allowing exploration of other similar projects.


These workshops empower teachers with experiential learning strategies for impactful environmental education. Gain insights into the Experiential Learning Cycle, how to elevate environmental awareness of their students, and acquire skills to seamlessly weave experiential learning into curriculum.


Environmental activities

Unlock environmental engagement with immersive scenarios! Our activities, bring real-world applications to life. Tailored to seven diverse topics, age groups, and participant numbers, these 70 scenarios are student-focused, flexible, and hands-on. Dive into experiential learning with field visits, role-playing, games, and debates, fostering equal opportunities for environmental activism, subject mastery, and skill development.

Common reflection space

Embark on a journey of experiential learning! Our digital platform features a ‘common reflection space,’ encouraging students to share experiences and reflect on the process. Teachers can upload questions and tips to guide student reflections, while students contribute videos, pictures, and notes to enhance their learning journey. Stay tuned to explore good practices and helpful tips.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 

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