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Wen Hua Junior High School



The aim of the Sustainable School Project is to develop a sustainable agenda on campus and educate students to meet unpredictable environmental challenges in the future. Therefore, it is important to consider what kinds of adaptability we should teach our children for them to have a bright future. A. Renovating campus environment and building resilient facilities 1. Flood control: natural purification, flood prevention, rainwater recycle systems 2. Going green: plants and detention basins 3. Structural change: permeable pavement, detention basins, and disaster prevention education B. Developing curricula focusing on health promotion, energy technology, and water resources and becoming an exemplar; C. Developing teaching units, materials, and teachers empowerment required by the above curricula; D. To make the campus more lively and beautiful, using art works to decorate the campus, and rendering the campus more accessible to the community by opening up to the public; E. Adopting the principle of ˇ§school-community integrationˇ¨, extending the learning environment to the community; F. Developing studentsˇ¦ learning horizon, personality, and sense of aesthetics. G. Constructing foot-massage tracks for the health benefit of the community; H. Partnering with NGOs, including Aiding, Gangbian, Gangko, and Cunren Community Development Associations, as well as Wu-wei-river Cultural & Educational Association, to co-develop and promote the above curricula; I. Pushing for industry-academy cooperation to broaden horizons, exchange views, share resources, coordinate tasks, and establish a platform for sustainable campus; J. Becoming one of the key members of the Sustainable School Project, helping promote the principle and idea, and encouraging wider participation in the future.
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  • Wen Hua Junior High School
  • System: High school
  • Report year: 2013
  • Area: North Taiwan
  • County: I-lan