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This spring, thousands of teachers and students worldwide will come together and use computer science foundations and the skills of problem-solving, creativity, and digital literacy to create solutions for our planet.
In the pursuit of fostering a holistic educational experience, PWS Primary School has embraced the trending methodology of hydroponics—a soilless cultivation technique. Recognizing its potential to instill sustainability values and offer experiential approach, they have incorporated this innovative learning experience into their students during ‘WIN’ Clubs.
Hope and Scott Kennedy, educators and renowned experts in hydroponics, recently led an insightful webinar with our Climate Action Schools Community that delved into the fascinating world of soil-less cultivation. The webinar covered a variety of topics, ranging from different hydroponic methods to intriguing student-led projects and practical tips for enthusiasts. Let’s take a closer look at the key highlights from this enriching session.
In the heart of the island Kingdom of Bahrain, a group of 40 students from Aali Primary Boys School led by their esteemed teacher, Amal Rabeea, embarked on a climate action journey through the Climate Action Project.
In light of the growing concerns about climate change worldwide, a small group of students from Afghanistan are at the forefront of combatting the environmental crisis. Led by their dedicated teacher, Parwiz Shah Safi, these incredible young minds are crafting solutions to address climate change by participating in the Climate Action Project.
Under the guidance of their teacher, Van Vu Thanh, a group of ten 15-year-old students of Vinschool Times City in Vietnam embarked on a transformative journey with the Climate Action Project in 2023.
Under the guidance of Magdalena Dygała, Zespół Szkół Elektronicznych students in Radom, Poland, embarked on a transformative journey with the Climate Action Project in 2020. Their commitment to environmental stewardship and innovative solutions has impacted their local community and resonated globally.
In the heart of Kuwait, at Smart Indian School, a group of young environmental enthusiasts embarked on a transformative journey to combat climate change through their Climate Action Project. Led by their passionate principal, Mahesh Iyer, these students took up the responsibility to protect Mother Earth with unwavering determination.