Interviewing Professors of Faculty of Science in Plant Microbiology Department to learn more about the benefits of Jatropha plants and how to get natural fuel from it through which we can save our climate form pollution .
Students begin with Head of Plant Microbilogy Professor Mamdouh Serag to cultivate small area of soil that suffers from Desertification as a first step to prepare it to plant Jatropha and other plants and see its benefits. This is his website: http://staff.du.edu.eg/638
The students observed video on internet and by sight seeing they making aids by papers and waste things( plastic bottle ) the impact of climate change.They exhibited their own ideas
discussing with peers. They understand the heat of sunlight can enter inside the plastic bottle could not come out for that the inside environment will be faster hot.The heat captured inside the glass house is known as green -house effect.The utmost ozone layer full with carbon dioxide,methane and UV increase in the atmosphere due to human occurrences.
Students of class 9 were divided into three groups comprising of 9 to 10 students. They researched about solutions to solve the effects of climate change at a personal, local and global level and thereafter wrote the script for their presentations. Subsequently they showcased their presentation in front of other group members. Here is a presentation by one of the groups highlighting the solutions through a musical street play performance. Five Core skills viz., ‘critical thinking and problem solving’, 'communication and collaboration', 'creativity and imagination', ‘student leadership’ and ‘citizenship’ of the young learners were enhanced during the process as they worked independently in their groups.
STEP1: We conducted a green audit to find out where we stand, we later on converted it to an online form to ease global collaboration
STEP2: After much branstroming, we decided that action has to be holistic along 2 lines -
1. The 3 Rs (REduce-REuse-REcycle)
2. Green initiatives
Setting up a vegetable garden
Celebrating festivals responsibly
Planting lemon grass as a bio-repellant against malaria
This allowed us to target Climate Action on all 3 fronts -
Individually - which helped create awareness at homes
At school - by involving as many classes as possible, it was no longer a project by 6th graders, everybody pitched in...
At community - We also raised awareness about our project in the neighborhood surrounding the school whether in form of green campaigns - afforestation drive, growing lemon grass or our 3R work with ewaste and plastic collection and the cleanathon, they got to see everything in action
37 Students of grade VII Collaborated to solve the problem of climate change and give solutions on personal, local and global level. Students prepared Collage,Sway, onenote and Minecraft during week 3.
During the 3rd week of Climate Action Plan, it was the week of action. Students of Genius International School students participated with great enthusiasm. "Tree plantation drive" was organized during this week. Students planted trees and took pledge to take care of all trees by themselves. Plastic bags and other material plays a huge role in damaging our climate, they prove to create a considerable damage in food chain and also leading to various pollutions. Students participated in "Say No To Plastic" drive, in which they prepared posters awaring not to use plastics and made the paper bags to use instead of plastic bags. Students also participated in a drawing competition in which they were asked to draw their views on climate change and what kind of enviroment do they dream to live in future. Students painted their imaginations on paper and presented them.
Ss built Eco-Apartment and Eco-House by using Minecraft as a solution to reduce the impact of Climate Change. After that, Ss try to make the Eco-Apartment and Eco-House visible in the real world by doing 2 things which is Miecraft 3D Exporting and Using Windows Mixed Reality.
Before 5.b and 5.c went on autumn break in week 42 they worked hard to finish their describtions and prototypes for their solutions for climate change. As you can see in our Sway most of the students decided to show their ideas in Minecraft.
Kaiserslautern Elementary School had a cardboard challenge to use all recyclable material to create something with a function. The video presentation shows my students in the creation and final project mode: Kailah's paper holding monster, Mackenzie's trash robot, Kane and Nolan's basketball game, and Justin's marble maze game.
Clontuskert's Week 3 Film was delayed due to the onslaught of Hurricane Ophelia. St. Augustine's was closed for Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th November. Thankfully all of our families stayed safe and there was no damage to houses or the school.
There was a Red Weather Warning in place countrywide. The hurricane hit the southern coast of Ireland with unfortunately three people losing their lives. The National Emergency Coordination Group met and gave advice to people to remain in their houses during the storm.
Climate Change means that scientists predict more of these weather events will hit Ireland in the future.
The students researched what happened during Ophelia, other storms that have hit Ireland and also what we can do to help stop climate change.
Find out more on http://www.climate-action.info/
This week students were working on their own. They have made interview with teachers in order to hear their opinion concerning this topic. They were searching about: Fossil Fuels, Stop cutting down trees, Mitigation, Terrifying facts about climate change. They have put their findings in Sway presentation.
Students buiding a city made out of recycled materials and using a Wind Turbine out of a kit offered by EDPR but they have to come up with a clever idea to build the Blades of the Wind Turbineout of recycled materials
We have found interesting resources about energy and possible solutions of the Global warming problem. Specially, we liked the part about Wind energy, so we decided to explore more about this solution.
Students of Sant Josep school, fram Navàs, Catalonia prepared some advertisements to tell the world some things we can or we cannot do to help our planet and stop climate change. We are convinced that all togehter can change the world. So , ready, steady, Go!
Pupils of grade 5 created advertisements to show the world what we can do to stop the climate change.
Video realizado por alumnado de 2 de Bachillerato del Colegio Martí Sorolla 2, en el que se describen los indicadores ambientales de estado más significativos sobre el cambio climático, haciendo referencia tanto a indicadores del impacto global como al regional, en España.
This week we looked at how we can make a change! It is up to our generation to make a difference in the world. We also looked at the groups who are most affected by climate change (eg. The poor) and how we can protect them.
My second hour class made a list of actions Americans already take to reduce greenhouse gasses and then they created some original ideas of their own. This presentation outlines their research and creative solutions.
Students completed group research on possible actions related to climate change. Findings included the Kyoto agreement, youth suing their governments, the work of citizen scientists, and prioritizing education and awareness.
This week, our students explored steps they can take to solve the problem of climate change. Students engaged in action research as they investigated a real problem in our district. Students used Kill-A-Watt readers to register the amount of energy a computer, whiteboard projector, monitor, and charging cart uses. Students then put together a report that they will share with leaders in our district in an effort to reduce the amount of energy we use. Our class had the amazing opportunity to Skype with Ken Surritte, the founder of Water is Life. Ken shared with us the many impacts climate change has on water in the world. He also explored the idea of water quality and gave our students some practical ways that they can reduce climate change. This was an engaging and exciting week full of research, connections, and video making! Please check out our other group's video along with all of our content for this project by visiting our website: NWMS Climate Action Project
A group of students in sixth year took Joe's proposal and joined Minecraft to create different buildings to improve environment and as a consequence prevent climate change. They have built a dam, a building with solar panels as well as a climatic satellite. Besides, they creted different machines to provide humans with alternative energies. They have also included some icons which are representative of our culture to be shared with their global peers. They included symbols such as one of our most famous football players in our history and a stadium as a symbol of our favourite sport. They have also included tango as background music since tango represents our music in the world