Mountain Peak


Building up Your Own Environment and Taking Responsibility for It


10-13; 14-15; 16-18


Class Education; Foreign Language; Natural sciences; Physical education and Sports


Bulgaria; Latvia

General objective

  • To introduce the concept of short-term and long-term objectives.

Learning objectives

  • To define clear objectives for reaching a goal, as well as to train skills in setting short-term and long-term goals, action planning and implementation.

Results, hints and inspirations from the experimentation

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15-17 years old


Physical education and sport

Local adaptation:

The activity was adapted only when it was implemented online: the teacher presented the main scheme of the activity and allowed students to work individually for about 5-10 minutes. Then everyone presented the results of their work to the others, discussing in plenary alternative solutions and steps.

How did the teachers implement the activity?

Teachers followed the instructions of the manual as foreseen.

How did students react to the activity?

Тhe activity helped them understand that it is important not only to set the goal, but also to consider in advance the steps to achieve it. Generally, students rated it in a very good way, affirming that it provided a contribution to set a positive atmosphere as well as to know better their mates.

Other comments:

Teacher implementing this activity explained that her satisfaction was high since it helped students to understand and develop their goals, taking into consideration all the steps to achieve them. One teacher of physical education was really happy with the activity, since some of her students are athletes: this helped her to link the activity to the subject she teaches, linking the students’ goals to their expected achievement in their sport activities.


11-12 years old


Natural science

Local adaptation:

The activity was adapted a little bit due to the young age of the students, by adding the chance to draw the steps and the way to achieve their goal.

How did the teachers implement the activity?

The teacher invited the student to set a specific goal on which to work: “My dream flight!”. Students were invited to also drawn how to reach this goal with all their imagination.

How did students react to the activity?

Students liked a lot to drawn and to imagine potential achievements of their goal – in this case, their dream flight. Some of them also imagined some flights to the space with a spaceship! Generally, the activity was appreciated.

Other comments:


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