E-learning Day school
Environment Resource Management elearning day school TDSB Quad 3
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A Green-Powered Canada
Students had to research either wind farms or solar power and write up the pros and cons. They then had to create three protest signs for the pro side with arguments and for the consider with arguments. they also had to write up 6 investigative reporter questions three for each side. We did this as a bonus assignment. Students also did a debate on Twitter related to renewable energy.
CEDC #2 Buckle up Here is the link to the instructional slides for this task. Please also review the recording if you missed it in the assignment dropbox. Part 1: My Discoveries about smart mobility and energy-efficient transportation. Visit some the websites and videos on the slide show, learn more about smart mobility and energy-efficient transportation. You can also include a review video located on other slides show Record 12-15 new discoveries on a google doc. Remember to cite your source and include in-text citations. Each new discovery should be 3+ sentences long. My Discoveries about smart mobility and energy-efficient transportation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Continue to follow instructions on the slideshow Part 2: Select your Creative option OPTION 1 Design a smart mobility poster or presentation Students will design a poster or presentation which emphasizes the benefits to both humans and the environment related to smart mobility. Develop a series of Social Media post for instagram, poster or presentation: design one that is visually stimulating while addressing the topic of smarter mobility in a clear and interesting way. Your design ( social media posters or presentation) should emphasizes the benefits to both humans and the environment related to smart mobility. You should have 8+ pieces of content. Record what the 8+ content items will be on your assignment hand out. Use whatever platform you want such as google draw or any other platform you feel is easy to use. Keep track of your notes and additional research required to complete this task. OPTION 2. Research cutting-edge alternatives to popular transportation methods Students will research future potential “smart” transportation modes that use next-generation technologies and create a word cloud in the shape of a chosen transportation method Consider the complete list of transportation methods and technologies discussed (you can add more). Select one to research in depth. Then design a word cloud using keywords associated with your chosen method of transportation, focusing on words that emphasize ongoing research and development in that field. Keep track of your notes and additional research and resources needed for this task. Words that you feel reflect their choice more prominently should appear bigger and bolder, while words that are loosely associated should appear smaller and lighter. Challenge yourself to design your word cloud such that it takes the shape of your chosen method of transportation! You should have 8+ pieces of content on your final product. Record what the 8+ content items will be on your assignment hand out. Which option will you choose? Continue to follow the special instructions on the slideshow For the sake of planning and resource Record what the 8+ content items that will be on your assignment hand out. You can submit your design in this document or attached it separately in brightspace and a j.peg or PDf .doc. Part 3: Takeaways and Questions What are the top 4 things that you learned from this challenge? Please explain and provide examples. Use in-text citations where necessary. What two questions do you still have? Part 4: Works cited Please include a work cited list in alpha format of all the content you used to help with this assignment. Submit BY Monday of the following week /25 marks Congrats on completing your CEDC#2
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- CEDC #2 word cloud-47019245.pdf
- CEDC #2 Kate Iacobucci-47204302.pdf
- Buckle UP-47193173.pdf
- go green, at 431 km_h-47183232.pdf
- How Smart Mobility Benefits Both Humans & The Environment -47206440.pdf
- Join The Fight.-47037159.pdf
- How do you commute_ (1)-47474495.pdf
- Margad-Sustainable Mobility Poster-47154603.pdf
Do You Really Need It?
How Big Are Your Carbon Feet?
One Hour No Power
Students completed their own hours of no power and tracked on their own personal tracker and on a class google form tracker. This is what students wrote about the time they did their own personal time with no power. What did you do with your time? And how did it feel? Anything else or any other comment you want to add? Made the bed into a couch again, boiled some eggs (gas oven) and ate/relaxed. Felt nice ! i mostly just read and tried to paint i felt relaxed n/a homework (textbook and note taking) I felt productive i read a few books and decided to do some art n/a I walked to tim hortons without my phone and walked back. I felt really good and relaxed especially because it was a nice day out. I read a book by my window, so no need for a light. It was a good book and I had a nice time! I went for a walk with my friend (socially distanced and masked). It was great to see her! I walked to the grocery store and back It was a very nice day and I had a great walk I read a book and took a nap, it felt different not having to look at a screen for an hour. I do those types of challenges with my family, so I'm used to it. I read my class textbooks and studies (without using technology). It felt good to distance myself from a device. I did some painting and I found it really relaxing Yesterday morning i turned off the power in most rooms while everyone was asleep, I went on a walk, I felt proud of myself, I believe this is definitely progress, if I continue I could make an impact on my carbon footprint. My family and i went on a walk outside and decided to cut off the power before we left. Studied using a class textbook. Went for a walk, good I did a very late secret santa gift exchange with my friends and then we went on an alleyway adventure walk. It was really fun and I love spending time with my friends so it made me very happy. I walked and read both of which make me happy I walked to and back from school which takes about an hour total. I walk with my friend and I always have fun talking to her. I spent another 2 hours reading which I enjoy and makes me feel happy and relaxed. I played a board game with my family which is always fun. I enjoyed myself and felt happy I walked with my dad to the butcher and found a side table on the sidewalk and took it home cause it was nice. The weather was nice which made me really happy. I like finding cool things so I felt accomplished. I walked an our with my friend which was nice because the weather was good and spending time with my friends makes me happy. Later I walked an hour with my dad to get keys copied and we found about a hundred lenses thrown on the sidewalk outside of a glasses store so I picked them up to make a suncatcher. I love making art from found things and it always makes me feel creative. Did a bunch of calculus problems I read, and I went on a walk earlier. I cleaned and organized I played games with my family I felt a little cold but I used a blanket and sweatshirts and read a book. I went to school I felt a little restless when my phone was totally unavailable to me I felt good because I rapped myself up and started reading a really exciting book. I ate my dinner and socialized with my mom. Dissapointed that I only managed one hour I went for a (masked and socially distanced) walk with a friend. It was lovely! I spent my time reading my chemistry textbook and making notes on it, and eating breakfast. It felt nice to get away from my screen for a while and give my eyes a break. I turned off and unplugged all my electronics in my room, lit a candle, and read my graphic novel. I felt relaxed and calm, candle smelt really good too :) I walked with my friends which was fun and made me happy I made dinner with my dad (I did the prep work so i didn't actually use the oven) i felt satisfied because i like working with my hands and it turned out really good I was reading at with a candle, and it was different then reading with the lights on because I was more focused on the book. I went for a walk with my mom. It felt refreshing as I had not been outside all day. I spent the day down town with my dad. It felt nice as I got to spend the time with my dad and see the city. I did my homework. It felt like I actually got something done
Round and Round it Goes
Students were asked t o select and item and do the life cycle of that items or to show how the circular economy works., include their process work and create a final product. They were also given a choice to write a letter to a company. We have a similar lesson in this topic called the cradle to cradle model which s more in-depth. I also included the story of stuff as a resource too.
The Phantom of the Classroom
Tips and Tricks
The goal/Concept of the video: A video that educates and motivates other teens stuck at home to do their own One Hour of No Power to conserve energy and learn something too and make the world a better place. Tone: Cheesy, humorous, light-hearted, exaggerated Film: clips less than 8 seconds, START and END your recording by blocking your camera with your hand, piece of paper, wall or desk. You can write a message on a piece of paper or you can say/show it, you do not need to show your face/talk if you don't want to. Please submit THREE (under 8 seconds each) clips/one of any of the following. Clip 1: say/show what you did for my One hour of No power Clip 2: say/show what you got out of or learned after your One hour of No power Clip 3: A fact about energy use or energy conservation/solutions DUE FRIDAY MARCH 5th
Kids tracked their own water use and filled in a class tracker.
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What’s For Lunch?
We will create a class cookbook and map to calculate the food miles of a dish. On your assigned slide you will. The recording on how to make the map is here. Make your own Recipe slide of 4+ ingredients, instructions and a picture of the dish Provide a link to a published google my map where you you will illustrate the sources of these ingredients by placing coloured drawing lines between the countries where the foods originated (Use Flip app to help) and to Toronto to calculate the approximate distance travelled by each food item before it reached their hometown by adding up the approximate kilometres. Use a digital ruler on the map. Click on your hyperlink name from the list on the this slide and it will take you to your work.