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To be successful in the world and the work place students must have 21st century skills. These skills include communication, collaborations, creativity, and critical thinking. Project based learning is an engaging way for students to achieve these skills. Students will research real world problems based on their Georgia Standards, then create a solution for those problems. Students will also be able to access recyclables and consumables to create prototypes of projects that will solve real world problems.
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Our project will connect each member of the community together in hopes of cleaning and clearing out trash and anything that pollutes the community.
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-Fascilitate discussion amongst members about the importance of action and the best way to affect change -Meet with the mayor to demonstrate our urgency and willingness to take action, and find out the best way to do so -Host monthly meetings to discuss action and begin working
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The group will organize tables with games during all school lunch, ask teachers to distribute videos, and will host an All School Meeting with a focus on Earth Day. The group will also read "An Earth Day Story" and decorate an mural with pledges from the student body on how they can make a difference.
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We will present to the City of St. Louis Park a climate report card with a detailed analysis of the cities grades in the four subjects of; Zero emissions plan, Renewable energy, Waste management, and Carbon Removal. We will then ask them to vote on a Climate Inheritance Resolution that is a promise from them to the people of St. Louis Park that they will create a Climate Action Plan.
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Our goal is to educate the public about going green in their house!
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We will be providing free summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) sessions for kids that will introduce them to key concepts through hands-on fun experiments. We will also teach them how to use library materials to research questions.