Learning Module Reflection for SEMIS Badges
Are you a SEMIS Coalition member?
School or organization:
Title of learning module for this reflection:
Chesapeake Bay Program: An Educator’s Guide To The Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience (MWEE)
Community Mapping Curriculum & Resources (SEMIS Blog post with 3 in-depth resources)
Earth Force: The Community Action and Problem-Solving Process, 6 part video series: short overview of all 6 steps
Great Lakes Integrated Sciences & Assessments (GLISA): THE POTENTIAL IMPACTS OFCLIMATE CHANGE ON DETROIT,MICHIGAN
Huron River Watershed Council: Citizen's Guide to Land Use for a Healthy Watershed: Protecting water resources through intentional land use planning and citizen involvement
Matt Siegfried: Resources Used: South Adams Street @ 1900 an historic ypsilanti african-american neighborhood
Matt Siegfried: Sturgeon in a Changing Great Lakes
Michigan Sea Grant: an introduction to Michigan Watershedsfor teachers, students and residents
Michigan Sea Grant: Restoration Projects in the Great Lakes Shoreline and Basin
MSU Extension & MI Sea Grant: History of Wetlands in Michigan, 3 part readings
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: National Stormwater Calculator—Climate Assessment Tool
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit: Social Vulnerability Index
Youth Energy Squad: Environmental and Climate Justice
Youth Energy Squad: How Trees Can Help Prevent Flooding
Which badge is this reflection being completed for:
Civic Engagement & Action
Climate Change Resilience
History of Place
From the perspective of your curriculum goals in what ways might you apply what you've learned?
What are one or two ideas or concepts that might be relevant to the families of your students or the youth you work with?
How might you use this new knowledge in your teaching?
What are one or two ideas or concepts that you feel could be relevant to other educators in the Coalition?
What, if anything, did you learn about environmental issues in what you have read or viewed?
What, if anything, did you learn about an issue of justice (injustice)?
What, if anything, did you learn about community well-being related to this module?
What, if anything, did you learn about an issue of civic action?
Would you recommend this module to others? Why or why not?
Any other comments, etc.
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