Projects, press, certs - Three nice new jumps of «The Horse»

City climate & city trees

Under this main topic new projects are underway. Several teams from Kerala (India), Antwerp (Belgium), Zurich (Switzerland) and maybe additionally - in the clarification process - a class from the Basque Country, individual teams from Pakistan, Canada and Dubai are in the preparation phase for doing collaborative projects using «The Horse» concept !

«The Horse» concept gets attention!

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Newly published contributions by student teams about ...

>SHARING
>FOOD & CLIMATE

don't waste my energy - a website project for sustainable learning
Initiated and supported by THE ! association (the-horse.education)

Since 2016, young people have been publishing their collaboratively created environmental projects on dontwastemy.energy. Meanwhile 128 contributions carry the newly gained knowledge and experiences of the learners all over the world - in the month of March '20 we registered 9'931 visitors from over 140 countries on the website!

The moodle Horse

The Horse concept with Moodle
"The Horse" concept with the "befter" method (dontwastemy.energy) now offers the possibility to use Moodle for collaborative project work between students, teachers and experts!

Standard remains the existing tool, an adapted blog (BlogEngine.NET, blogengine.io), which has proven itself by offering exactly the required basic functions. It is characterized by simplicity, thanks to which some teachers More...

save-energy.tips changed to dontwastemy.energy

We have changed the domain save-energy.tips to dontwastemy.energy - so it matches the website motto "don't waste my energy!"

We are very happy about the visitors' interest for our students' project website and The Horse Education concept. In the month of March 3861 visitors (2235 different ones) have been on the students' project website https://dontwastemy.energy, i.e. about 72 different new visitors every day! In total we have counted 31318 page views during this period (returning visitors included). That's terrific!

The map shows the origin of the 140 web visitors' countries (data from AWStats)

map of visitors from around the world on dontwastemy.energy