The Project

“Mapping the Sustainability” is a visionary Erasmus+ KA220-SCH Cooperation Partnerships in School Education project spanning 27 months, aimed at revolutionizing education through collaborative small group work enhanced by technology.

Recognizing the efficacy of this approach in facilitating learning and achieving high results, our motivation is to create a sustainable product: a collection of GIS Problem-Based (PB) Lessons available in 5 different European languages. The overarching goal is to instill spatial thinking among students, emphasizing the interconnectedness of the environment.

Our vision extends beyond the classroom, viewing the school not as an isolated entity but as a dynamic space where young individuals learn to play an active role in the European Union.

The project promises tangible outcomes, including a comprehensive guide and digital atlas available in 5 EU languages, fostering new GIS and ICT skills, enhancing English proficiency, and establishing an informative project website.

The intangible benefits are equally significant, encompassing invaluable lessons for periods of distance education, innovative teaching and learning methodologies, transformative shifts in students’ attitudes, and profound insights that will manifest in the long run. To share our achievements and results, we will utilize the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform, ensuring widespread visibility and knowledge dissemination.

The Partners of the Project

🇫🇷 Lycée Jean-Pierre Timbaud (Brétigny Sur Orge, France)

Project Applicant

High School Jean-Pierre Timbaud, situated in the town of Brétigny-sur-Orge, just 35 km south of Paris, is a dynamic educational institution under the auspices of the Versailles Education Authority. Offering a diverse range of programs, the school caters to a broad spectrum of academic interests, including general training in literature, mathematics, physics, and economics, as well as technological and vocational training in fields such as energy and environment, architecture, construction, management, and communication.

🇧🇬 119 Secondary School “Academician Mihail Arnaudov” (Bulgaria, Sofia)

Project Partner

A leading educational institution in Bulgaria’s capital – Sofia, dedicated to fostering academic excellence and innovation. Our commitment to progressive teaching methodologies aligns seamlessly with the project’s goals.

🇷🇴 Colegiul National “Garabet Ibraileanu” (Romania, Iasi)

Project Partner

Renowned for academic distinction, our Romanian institution brings a wealth of experience to our project. Our participation underscores a shared commitment to advancing education through collaborative efforts.

🇮🇹 Istituto Superiore Statale “Duca Abruzzi-Grassi” (Italy, Palermo)

Project Partner

Hailing from the picturesque region of Sicily, Italy, our school brings a touch of Mediterranean flair to our consortium. Our involvement promises cultural richness and a diverse perspective on sustainability education.

🇷🇪 LEGT AMIRAL PIERRE BOUVET (France, Réunion Saint Benoit)

Project Partner

Representing the beautiful Réunion Island, this French partner institution adds an international dimension to our project. Our expertise in sustainable practices and educational approaches enriches our collective endeavor.


Project Partner

Serving as a valuable non-school partner, Geograf BG brings a unique perspective with a focus on GIS, Copernicus Program and geospagtial technologies education. Our contribution is pivotal in ensuring the success of our GIS-oriented project.

Together, these partners form a dynamic consortium dedicated to the success of “Mapping the Sustainability” pooling resources, knowledge, and passion to cultivate a generation of environmentally conscious, spatially aware global citizens.

“Mapping the Sustainability” is not just an educational initiative; it’s a transformative journey towards a more environmentally conscious, interconnected, and active European future.