What we know, what we believe and what we do has to change. We are facing a sustainability crisis around the world. What we have learned so far does not prepare us for this challenge.
Our outdoor inclusive programs aimed to middle school, high school, university, postgraduate students and teachers, offer a varied and complete curriculum that ranges from Galapagos ecology to sustainable development, which will change the way you see the world and impact your daily habits.
As a participant, volunteer, researcher, intern or member of civil society, come and join us in the collaborative construction of a more sustainable future for Galapagos.
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Together with the Ministry of Education, we coordinate the Galapagos Agreement for Education (AGE by its acronym in Spanish), a public-private group that seeks continuous educational improvement in the islands, through the articulation and creation of public policy.
Galapagos provides a unique environment for learning outside of the classroom. EVAs (by its acronym in Spanish) provide multiple opportunities to make learning more relevant and lasting with the power of experience. This can be achieved by exposing students to new environments, or by interacting with experts or people in the community who can offer new learning. We designed EVAs as a support resource for teachers.