ENODASE (ENO Database of Student English) encourages teachers to incorporate the themes of ENO – the promotion of environmental sustainability and global education – into English language teaching. The goal of the project is the compilation of a publicly available database, which will be a useful tool for both for teachers as well as for researchers into English language acquisition and variation, environmental education, and cultural studies. The topics of the ENODASE written assignments can be used as a part of the ENO Treelympics programme in your school, and students’ stories and essays will be posted on the Treelympics website in addition to being added in the database.
ENODASE is primarily for students aged 14-19, but younger students (aged 12-13) can also contribute to the database. See the ENODASE website for further information and instructions on how to participate. If you are a teacher interested in joining us, please sign up by sending an e-mail to Heli Paulasto, University of Eastern Finland: heli.paulasto (at) uef.fi.