- The Endesa Foundation, through Endesa Educa, gives families free online access to fun materials and educational games.
Endesa Educa, an environmental education project by the Endesa Foundation, makes available to families, teachers and students a large collection of online educational resources, totally free. With them, now that you have to stay at home, you can learn about the world of energy and caring for the environment while having fun.
The extensive online material available at Endesa Educa offers, in addition to some very useful information, a wide variety of virtual activities and multimedia content in the form of games and experiments.
This knowledge can also be complemented on the Endesa Educa blog and YouTube channel.
In addition, the programme has a platform, Endesa Educa Digital, which is closely tied to what is taught in the 3rd and 4th year of primary school and where teachers and students can participate in an online game that presents them with energy missions and challenges with one final goal: to save the planet.
Endesa Educa was started 20 years ago with the aim of spreading knowledge about energy and sustainability in a dynamic and entertaining way and showing how the world of energy works, from the generation of resources to its efficient and rational use. More than 45,000 children and young people use it every year.
Its activities are not only digital but also include face-to-face sessions in schools and visits to company facilities, although these last two types of activity were suspended at the beginning of March, for obvious reasons of prudence, as a consequence of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Discover all the educational resources of Endesa Educa here.
About the Endesa Foundation
The Endesa Foundation, chaired by Juan Sánchez-Calero, has as its main objective
to contribute to social development through educational, job training, environmental and cultural projects.
The educational projects of the Foundation are mainly aimed at promoting innovation in education at all levels and fomenting academic excellence at university level through grants, scholarships and chairs.
Employment training projects focus on promoting the talent of people at risk of social exclusion, young entrepreneurs with limited resources and professionals of over 50 years of age.
Its environmental projects are primarily focused on promoting ecological education and energy efficiency.
As for its cultural projects, we can highlight those dedicated to the illumination of artistic monuments, the conservation and dissemination of the historical industrial heritage of the Spanish electricity sector and the collaboration with top-level Spanish cultural entities.
More information at: http://www.fundacionendesa.org/.