Developing water conservation issues requires on the one hand development of 21st century skills, and working on these issues on the other hand. Working on these issues is an extraordinary opportunity to develop 21st century skills. All the topics we discuss in the course are tangible and visible and are related to the students’ daily lives and their future. They can start identifying problems within their own family, neighborhood, neighborhood, city, and municipality, while thinking about solutions needed to solve them. This naturally, requires teamwork and collaboration, both with classmates as well as between different classes and schools. The process can involve community representatives, experts in the field, and virtual collaboration with foreign schools.
Our recommendation is to plan your learning activities in a way that takes into account the development of 21st century skills.