Episode 1: THE New Normal
Understanding the Flood Zone
Inspired by the konohiki -Native Hawaiian caretakers of the land and natural waterways- students explore the modern day flood risks to their community, and develop a stream plan to raise awareness about the future.
Whether it be trees, a backyard garden, or supporting Native Hawaiian agricultural practices, students learn to scale their impact by creating carbon sinks in their community.
Story of Our Coasts
Through an exploration of mo'olelo and data, students investigate sea level rise in their coastal community and create a Story Map to share.
WHAT'S IN THE DATA?
Inspired by the action that data from NOAA observatories has influenced, students conduct a classroom energy audit to find out: what it's in the data?
Learning from nature and the Native Hawaiian practice of kilo, students keep a Nature Journal and write a Narrative story for younger students.
The Repair Fair
Students learn about the supply chain and how to repair and reuse materials. They will work collaboratively with the community to learn and share a new skill!