1st transnational meeting in Malta, December 2021

One year after the launch of the PLASTEAM project, this was the first time that partners met in person, due to the restrictions posed by the pandemic.

This was quite a condense and fruitful two-day long meeting, organised on 2-3 December by the Maltese Partner Eurodimensions.

All partners presented their organisations and exchanged views on the expected tasks in all three IOs. The focus was given on the APP development (IO1, lead by AGORA) that is about to be finalized. Moreover, the tasks and way forward for the other two IOs was explained by their leaders (IO2 by Effebi, and IO3 by MIO-ECSDE / MEdIES).

O1-A1 Survey on Teachers

This document presents the statistic analysis of a questionnaire, answered by 136 teahers and school staff from the five 5 project countries. The survey run from 11/03/2021 to 12/05/2021 aiming to explore teachers’ views and current practices in their schools regarding the use of plastics.
The questions were categorised in: i) School Policies, ii) Teaching and learning activities, iii) Canteen and lunch practices relating to plastics.

All data collected and the results that are presented will feed in the development of the Plastic Footprint and other PLASTEAM outcomes.

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O1-A1 Survey on Students

This document presents the statistics analysis of a survey, answered by 545 students from the five 5 project countries that run from 11/03/2021 to 12/05/2021. The survey aimed to explore aspects related to students’ behaviour regarding plastic use, also to their mentality in this aspect.
Their answers varied, but offered an overview about: i) what type of Single Use Plastics (SUPs) are mostly used, ii) in what ways, iii) to what extent students use, reuse or recycle plastic items and iv) what motivates them to reduce plastic use.
All data collected and the results that are presented will feed in the development of the Plastic Footprint and other PLASTEAM outcomes.

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O1-A1 Booklet of good practices

One of the first results of PLASTEAM is this Booklet of good practices. The aim of this booklet is to collect virtuous experiences at EU and International level regarding plastic footprints. Each partner documented one or two good practices, focusing on various types of existing Plastic Footprint APPs and their methodology. The collection of good practices is based on a qualitative internet research. In total, the Booklet includes 11 good practices. In this respect the consortium is directly involving key players of plastic-free education and movement into the project, in line with the ‘whole school’ approach.

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