I asked myself this year how I could “capture SLA”. The purpose was to bring the students of my school a bit closer tother and to remind them that it’s a community. To achieve this I chose to collect photos of our students and display them all over the school. This was a gradual process and I printed the photos with my own money. I was quite ambitious at first and wanted photos everywhere and on every floor, but I am not rich. I just have one wall on the third floor covered in photos that I’ve received a lot of positive feedback on. It is nice to be able to look back and see what happened this school year whenever you want. I know we have a few photos here and there taken, but I want to make sure there are more than enough taken and displayed so that everyone and anyone can see. I think this little project benefited the students a little. I think my goal was accomplished. I even found a successor to carry out this project next school year. I’ve also created a social media page to store the photos digitally.
Our video consisted of the problems that the production of plastic creates. The only solution really is to stop the problem at the source and stop plastic production altogether which is a really hard thing to do. I chose this topic because we didn’t really discuss it in class and I liked being able to talk about it here. What went well was being able to find a lot of information on the topic. A lot of people talk about it. What could’ve been done differently was the way we edited the video. Perhaps he could’ve done it in a more professional kind of way. The most meaningful part of creating the PSA was getting to do it with the lovely Cyni.
A global water crisis is an environmental science issue. Any global water crisis would be bound to unfairly affect some people. We said environmental justice is making sure all people are involved in making environmental decisions and don’t experience unfair conditions.https://www.canva.com/design/DAE87frjY3U/Zz5sdNp72tK6XdS8JQkJUw/edit