In a room filled with scientists, researchers and government officials, two seniors from City College High School, Nil Walker and Cameron Potts are answering questions about their summer research project. They explain how they collected and counted mosquito larvae, tested … Continued
Think kids don’t like to learn? You must not have come to the Game Jam at Code in the Schools last Saturday. Students 12 years and up worked in small teams from 8 am to 8 pm to learn programming … Continued
Peter Senge explains how an 11-year-old student challenged adults to help children improve our environment. “We are ready, are you?”
Senge urged adults to give children a voice in decisions which will affect their future and their world.
Peter Senge talks about the intersection of sustainability and social justice issues as the Green Schools National Conference in Virginia Beach, VA.
Peter Senge talks about how schools built on an industrial model need to evolve to promote systems thinking, innovation and collaboration skills needed to solve our social and environmental problems.
Peter Senge explains how students can use systems thinking to understand and solve conflicts. Senge points out that systems thinking is key to solving social and environmental problems.
Peter Senge talks about how children can use systems thinking to understand and solve conflicts. Senge believes that systems thinking can help solve social and environmental problems.
Ruth Ann Norton talks about the need to eliminate the lead hazards from Baltimore.
A recent study from MIT estimates that pollution from coal fired power plants kill 1885 people a year in Maryland. In Baltimore, the study estimates that we dig 475 early graves each year for those who succumb to pollution from … Continued