Environmental Education

Ceran held the Environmental Education Program in seven cities surrounding the development - Antonio Prado, Bento Gonçalves, Cotiporã, Flores da Cunha, Nova Pádua, Nova Roma do Sul and Veranópolis. In order to meet the requirements of these cities, the Company carried out research together with the Municipal Education Offices. The objective was to identify the themes of interest and the best practice of the Programs implementation, which was training the local teachers.

Educating for rationalization of the use of natural resources and combat the waste of energy.

Training started in March/07, with the participation of 175 teachers from 88 schools, on average, per activity, and was completed in June 2008. The didactic material includes a Learning Guide - discover and experience Environmental Education; Teaching Guide - teaching resources; Activity Book - construction of environmental knowledge, and booklets for primary and high school students. The material used in the Program was made available in 2007 by the State Office of Education. Ceran donated 31 kits to be sent to the 30 Regional Education Coordination Offices of Rio Grande do Sul and, subsequently, used in Rio Grande do Sul’s public teaching network schools.

Environmental education program primers

  • Learning to care for the planet

    Target public: 1st to 4th Grade - Primary education

  • Caring for the Earth

    Target public: 5st to 8th Grade - Primary education

  • Reflecting about the health of the planet

    High school


Teachers Primer

  • ACTIVITIES - The construction of environmental knowledge

    Besides parents, educators have a huge influence in the creation of an ecological individual. The daily classroom routine can be a very rich when mixed with environmental education activities.

  • LEARNING GUIDE - Discover and experience environmental education

    We present the most significant occurrences and theoretical fundamentals relative to Environmental Education, such as guided assumptions for its use at and away from school.

  • TEACHING GUIDE - Additional lecturing material

    The first step to sustainability is the intellectual awareness and development, able to ensure the use of nature in a way that satisfies the current and future needs of society.