Portugal
1) Built an inquiry to know students and teachers motivations and concerns about community problems and needs. 2) One-to-one and at distance inquiry. 3) Analyzing data and getting conclusions. 4) Stablishing priorities. 5) Planning school and local activities. 6) Action. 7) Reflecting about the experience. 8) What's next? 9) Celebration.
Czech Republic
This project aims to install special paper waste bins in every classroom of this school and raise awareness through a combination of posters, presentations, information points and speeches to the students.
United States
Promote climate change awareness. Reduce our dependency on non renewable resources. Clean up out community. Maintain the garden. Host a meeting for the students and staff to explain what we are doing and why. Create announcements and posters to promote the event. Encourage students in all grade levels to participate
United States
By collecting our extra pens and pencils, 200 can fit into a ziplock bag. When anyone is traveling overseas to any part of the world, it's easy to fit the bag into a suitcase and drop them off at a school hospital or orphanage. Even many hotels will help bring it to local towns. It's so simple!! And is such a great need in so many parts of the world. Big companies think of big ideas, and this simple need gets overlooked. We have plenty of extra and can easily help children who need pens and pencils for their education.
United States
By collecting our extra pens and pencils, 200 can fit into a ziplock bag. When anyone is traveling overseas to any part of the world, it's easy to fit the bag into a suitcase and drop them off at a school hospital or orphanage. Even many hotels will help bring it to local towns. It's so simple!! And is such a great need in so many parts of the world. Big companies think of big ideas, and this simple need gets overlooked. We have plenty of extra and can easily help children who need pens and pencils for their education.
United States
By collecting the extra pens and pencils that we do not use, 200 can fit into a ziplock bag. When anyone is traveling overseas to any part of the world, it's easy to fit the bag into a suitcase and drop them off at a school hospital or orphanage. Even many hotels will help bring it to local towns. It's so simple!! And is such a great need in so many parts of the world. Big companies think of big ideas, and this simple need gets overlooked. We have plenty of extra and can easily help children who need pens and pencils for their education.
United States
The students visiting the garden this week are in high school, so we want to test out our new Rainbow Ribbon Salad curriculum! This portion of the lesson will teach the value of “eating the rainbow” to get a variety of vitamins and nutrients in one’s diet. Our elevated curriculum will show older kids how to make healthier options in their everyday food choices. Specifically, they will be incorporating different plant parts on a home-made pizza as well as using all the colors of the rainbow to craft this delicious salad.
United States
Our wish for this project is to increase awareness about the lack of shoes for many people in our community and with that awareness, hopefully there is a desire to partner with us to donate shoes and create an on-going dialogue about health, poverty and wellness.
United States
We will be raising money by hosting a board game night at our school. We want to raise money to purchase a rain barrel to collect water for our school to use on the plants because we live in the desert.
United States
Our EarthSavers team has started to educate the school community. They organized an event called Trash Con that was held during lunch. Students were invited to participate in games such as Trashketball and Trash Trivia during which they were introduced to the items that can go into the recycling bins. Some group members asked students to put recyclable items into the blue bins that they monitored. EarthSavers will continue this campaign by having regular announcements that highlight recyclable items, creating informational posters and asking classes to adopt a recycling bin.

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