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  • Google “My Maps” Training

    Google "My Maps" Training Prerecorded During the training we utilize this Downloadable Data Set and a Collaborative Map. Maps are a powerful way to visualize data. From tracking trash & debris during a clean-up to documenting how far students travel to school or depicting pollution issues across the globe, the possibilities are endless. In EarthEcho’s “Rain Check” Action Guide we utilize Google’s “My Maps” tool to…

  • “Town Hall” Discussion w/ Philippe Cousteau

    Prerecorded on September 19th Philippe Cousteau Jr. and EarthEcho board member Josh Carrera will host a "town hall" style discussion via Google Hangout on Air with high school students from around the world. Students from Miami-Dade County, FL, Ecuador, Peru, and Columbia will be sharing experiences on the water-related issues affecting their communities. Join in to have your voices heard on important water quality issues from all across our…

  • Hangout on Air: World Water Monitoring Day

    Prerecorded on September 18th, 2014 Join Philippe Cousteau as he works with South American students from World Learning, Inc. to celebrate World Water Monitoring Day. Together they will discuss the importance of water quality monitoring while demonstrating proper methods for sampling water in the field. Classrooms tuning in can ask questions live on air and share the results of their own water sampling.  In this…

  • Water, Water Everywhere, But Is It Safe to Swim?

    May 20th, 1pm EDT Join EarthEcho International, Frenchtown School, and Milford School as we explore ways to protect your local waterways. Classrooms will share examples of water quality monitoring projects in their local communities and how to use your findings to establish service learning and water quality improvement programs.  Schools will reflect on current water quality monitoring programs and learn about ways to improve for the future. A great…

  • Science as Adventure, with McGraw-Hill Education

    Environmental Project-Based Learning in the STEM Classroom Join explorer and environmental advocate, Philippe Cousteau, to discuss how to engage students in dialogue and action around the world’s most salient environmental issues using project-based learning as a primary strategy. Environmental problems provide a robust platform for students to integrate STEM disciplines and apply learning to real-world solutions.  Participants will:   1) discuss best…