The materials have been prepared, considering the topics that cross the whole curricula (environment, sustainable development, information environment, etc.), as well as those specific to just one discipline. The teachning material contains 15 water-related topics for a specific discipline. Separate topics include, for instance, states and characteristics of water, the water cycle, life in water, and water pollution, treatment, consumption and protection. At places, various disciplines have been intentionally integrated.
The teaching material can be closely integrated with geografy, natural science, biology, chemistry and physicsclasses, but may also be used successfully in social studies and language classes. “Blue Classroom: Laboratory” reflects a flipped classroom approach: first examine the materials, then synthesize and test. This is to stress the importance of practical activities and hands-on approach, which allows young people to expand their horizons. The state curricula for secondary schools is also in support of shaping various partial skills and knowledge, helping to understand the complex topics related to wastewater and the Baltic Sea.
There are also some educational videos about the topic.
All of these materials can be downloaded and used for free as long as they are used for educational purposes only.