Hey guys! =] I'm about to start a couple of school projects! =] They involve creating a Green Classroom Checklist and a Green Event Checklist! =]
Before I start my research I was wondering if any of you other college/university kids might already have one and if so if you'd like to chime in with suggestions once I have my initial list set up? =]
I basically need to know if you think most teachers would take the list I make and run with it or not.
If anyone on the forums is a teacher and you have any input I'd LOVE LOVE LOVE to hear it! <3
And if you're not in college/university yet maybe you could suggest these things to your teachers at your High and Middle schools! =]
So yeah I'm about to start googling the different schools that I assume would have a list of criteria for sustainable classrooms and see what they've done with their lists and what might be awesome to put on mine! =]
A compost may not be needed but it is useful. When I was in grade school we had a compost in the classroom. We then had to learn how to make that compost into actual paper! I remember taking it home and my mom looked at me crazy cause I later ate some of it lol I was a very weird child okay some more ideas since noone else is responding......whats wrong with you people?? Dont you want a green earth?! lol hmmm.....
Im sure you could turn drinking plastic bottles into something oh! oh! inkpens could be used as paperball (sorta like the straw version) spit launchers! I dare you put that on there it would be funny! lol
what have you came up with so far?
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