Norway Grants and EEA Grants 2014–2021
Working together for a green, competitive and inclusive Europe.

Innovative Methodology and Didactic Digital Tool for Experimential Teaching and Literacy in the Direction of Decarbonisation and the Goals of Digital and Green Transition (Green Penguin)

Programme area:

Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeship and Youth Entrepreneurship


Improved institutional cooperation at all levels of education (formal and informal)


New teaching and learning practices for work and life developed and knowledge and good practices shared on advancing skills and competencies in education

Project title:

Innovative Methodology and Didactic Digital Tool for Experiential Teaching and Literacy in the Direction of Decarbonisation and the Goals of Digital and Green Transition

Project acronym:

Green Penguin

Project Promoter:

ISKRAEMECO, measuring and energy management, Joint Stock Company

Project Partners:

Partner 1: Municipality of Kranj
Partner 2: Association DOVES – FEE Slovenia
Partner 3: Municipality of Ljubljana
Partner 4: Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) Norway (NOR)

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End of the project:


Co-financing source:

Norway Grants and corresponding Slovenian contribution

Total eligible project expenditure (EUR):


Project grant (EUR):


Main project results:

Development of new digital methodology and learning practices in the field of environmental literacy; the training of a critical mass of multipliers, teachers and other professional staff to use these practices and establish the foundations of a sustainable multi-sectoral structure for the wide dissemination of results after project completion.

Project summary:

The project enhances competencies in two key areas that are one of the biggest challenges in Slovenia, the EU and globally: climate change and the digital transition. The development of an entirely new methodology and a didactic digital tool for the experiential teaching of this issue and the literacy of primary school teachers and students in the direction of the goals of the digital and green transition, led by decarbonisation, and their additional training with competences for life, such as taking own initiative, responsibility for one’s actions, concern for the common good. A successfully implemented project will significantly reduce the city’s carbon footprint, create new knowledge and habits in various age groups in the field of environmental awareness and significantly impact the lives of future generations.

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