STEM Ginger Education
By Elen Evans
09:00 - 21:00
Monday to Saturday
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New York, NY 90210
07:30 - 19:00
Monday to Friday
STEM Ginger Education is running monthly projects: The Environmental Warriors. Children from different countries around the globe can take part:
Don’t miss any of the projects and be an Environmental Warrior.
Check all projects scheduled here!
Have a look at the different tasks and decide which one(s) you would like to do. To access the tasks, go to the Warrior page of your choice and click on ‘Download the Template’. You can do all three Warrior tasks if you want to!
Make sure your project looks good, is written in English and is complete. Go to the page of the task that you have chosen to do. When everything is ready and you are happy with it, click on ‘upload’ and submit your fabulous work.
Go to the page of the task that you want to know more about and ask each other questions (in English) to find out about each other’s projects and motivations. Learn about the environmental situation in other countries – is it similar to your country?
Choose your favourite submission (the way it is written or displayed; imaginative ideas). State the name of your favourite group and say why you have chosen them. You must choose a project from a different place!
This task is not too demanding cognitively and can easily be adapted for various learners. It involves just a little English (e.g. drawing a picture, writing a few sentences) and is a simple, thought-provoking activity about the project of the month.
This task requires conducting surveys, interviews, drawing graphs and finding out data and/or opinions about the project of the month. Various skills are practised: communicative, presentation, hypothesising, concluding.
This task involves finding out more around the topic of the month. It often involves exploration of work done by NGOs and environmental organisations, e.g. WWF, Zooniverse, IUCN, Practical Action.
This task requires much more autonomy, critical thinking and creativity. It is a project that the learners decide how to approach and how to present their findings.