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|Teaching Students about Plastic Pollution|
By using art projects and a developed S.T.E.A.M. curriculum, teachers can engage their students to understand their role in pollution prevention. "I am the Solution..." is the message, with the Art Projects and the Science Museum Exhibition set to motivate students to take creative approaches to understand their impact on the natural environment.
A broad coalition of educators and organizations have gathered resources to provide interested teachers a program on plastic pollution education into their classrooms.
You are invited to join this unique and exciting program.
|2018-19 Art and Science Projects for K-12 Students:|
Students will use art and science to tell a story about plastic bags and their effect on our waterways and wildlife.
Students can choose to:
|WNY teachers: Professional Development Day|
Teacher Development Day
America Recycles Day!
Who: WNY Teachers , K-12
Dr. Sherri A. Mason
During this Professional Development
Teachers were lead through discussions about the science of recycling and stormwater pollution prevention; how to engage students in a creative path to learn how they can make a difference.
“I love that the students have so much ownership in the
activities and gives them a creative outlet for their ideas.”
“The information session was amazing. I learned so much and am excited to pass the learning on to my students.”
For program information, please contact:
Erie County Dept. of Environment and Planning
|2019 Opening Celebration and Exhibition:|
The best of the student artwork, rain barrels, and videos will be celebrated at the
May 5th, 2019 Art Opening
followed by a weeks-long Art Exhibition at the Buffalo Museum of Science.
Funding provided in part by the NYS Pollution Prevention Institute through a grant from the Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Any opinions, findings, and/or interpretations of data contained herein are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the opinions, interpretations or policy of Rochester Institute of Technology and its NYS Pollution Prevention Institute or the State.