Ewaste Learning Paths

The E-Waste project aims to increase awareness about the problem of electronic waste at schools and connect it to the makerspace approach in education. EWaste Learning Path was funded by the Erasmus program (2021-1-PT01-KA210-SCH-000027311)

As the main project output, this e-learning platform allows you to introduce EWaste in your classroom and school curriculum


Courses Free

A creative use of eletronic Waste in the classroom
  • 4 Lessons
Toy hacking is like a robotics class… but better!
  • 7 Lessons
What is Circular Economy? And how can we implement circular practices in School curriculum?
  • 11 Lessons

Instructions on how to access the e-courses

All e-courses are freely available but you need to register as a user. This is a easy and fast procedure that requires minimum personal information

Click on the right upper corner "Get Started" to create your user login

You will then have access to a registration form, where you should add:
a) Username - the username you want to login in the future
b) Email - add your personal email address
c) Password - create your personal password that you will use to login into your account

Then hit Signup

After hitting Signup the registration is finalized.

From now on you just select the "Log in" option in the upper right corner, and then add your Username and the Password you chose.

When you go to courses you can select the module of your preference and have access to all its contents for free.

Why did we did this?

The EWaste Learning Paths project was established to address an educational gap by introducing practical activities related to e-waste into the classroom. 

Buinho Fablab and TransfoLab BCN collaborated with Maltepe High School to pioneer a comprehensive electronic waste curriculum for schools. 

Our goal was to encompass everything from upcycling to creative repurposing, providing a solid foundation in both theory and practical skills. We aimed to offer fresh viewpoints and activities for teachers, educators, and parents to engage with students aged 7 to 12 years.

Our activities

This Erasmus project, was developed within the Key Action 2 for small scale partnerships, and included the following main activities:

a) Teacher training sessions in Alentejo, Barcelona, and Istanbul;

b) Creation of an e-learning course in Ewaste;

c) Development of other complementary outputs such as guidelines and articles directed to school

Online Learning now at your Fingertips

We chose to make easy to follow video tutorials to allow you to learn at a pace that suits you best.

This gives you the flexibility to revisit any part of the tutorial if something wasn't immediately clear.

It also makes it easy to refresh your memory on specific content when you're ready to undertake an activity at a later stage.

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