Fall 2019 Calendar






From September 9th at 20th




September 23th at October 4th

Selection of case study*

Forum questions

What is the topic that you selected for your case study?
Why did you choose this topic?

Did you look at the other students’ blogs?

Write at your friends and tell them what you learned from their blogs.



October 7th at 25th

Field Investigation. Exploration of surroundings and troubleshooting

Forum questions

Describe the site where you conducted your field research and how you developed it!
What are the environmental problems that affect your community?

Describe them in as much detail as possible.



October 28th at November 8th

Concrete actions

Forum questions

What did you propose for to the combat the environmental problems in your town?

How were they carried out your concrete actions



November 11th at 22th
November 25th at 29th

Production and dissemination of materials

Closing Ceremony


Forum questions

Closing Ceremony with the community

Blog and Facebook profile to share with other distant schools (national and international) all the experiences and work, so all teams will see various options to protect and conservation of the environment in their localities.

If possible, make a real-time chat between the participants to present their evidences of the project, as well as a final reflection and a goodbye greeting from the students at a distance.


* The case study is a fundamental part of the contents of the Geography program of the Ministry of Education of Mexico. The case study helps to integrate the contents and apply the concepts, skills and attitudes of the subject. It is a component of the study program that offers the possibility of incorporating events of reality, related to the immediate environment or with other countries, according to the interests of the students and in accordance with the purposes, contents and expected learning of each block. It also allows us to investigate and deepen knowledge, to develop skills in the management of written, statistical and graphic information. Through the exchange of ideas and the exercise of argumentation, students can develop oral and written communication skills, while consolidating a conscious and critical attitude of the analyzed problems.