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Team D: Global Service Learning Project Proposal

Recycle, Reduce, Reuse
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virginia carrillo

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Team D: Global Service Learning Project Proposal

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Recycle, Reduce, Reuse
Save our Earth Countries all across the Earth take time out to celebrate our planet. Across the countries schools on every level, participate in activities that find ways to preserve the livelihood of our wonderful planet Earth. Effects on Global Learning With the use of technology, students across the world can work with students on creating a worldwide inactivate to increase the amount of recycling. As the 21st century approach to learning is utilized by more and more schools across the country, students can use digital tools to communicate and interact to create a plan. Recycling as a global
learning experience Recycling helps restore the ecological balance of the planet. Many of the landfills across our nation are full of items that are biodegradable. Due to this issue it takes longer for materials to decompose. The act of recycling allows our planet to preserve our natural resources for a longer period. Effects on Global Learning When implementing anything with children, there needs to be a purpose of why we do things in order to engage the students. By establishing a program to recycle, reduce and reusing, schools can have a positive impact on the environment by saving our natural resources, reducing pollution, saving energy, and even creating new jobs. Through careful planning and activities designed to promote the environmentally helpful process of recycling Rational of Recycling,
Reducing and Reusing 1. Build a Team
2. Choose bins and containers
3. Label the bins accordingly: paper, plastic, glass, aluminum
4. Get everyone involved, communicate with others
5. Record and set goals
6. Reward those that are helping our environment How it is implemented
in the classroom Team D’s members suggested the following for global service learning projects.

Team Teaching – Virginia Carrillo
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle – Cindy Alexander
Books for Africa – Sandra Ward
Healthy Eating – Sherri Thomas Projects for Consideration
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