“SMALL ACTIONS, BIG CHANGES”
This new student podcast series by 90 ninth graders is part of a Climate Listening Project + Franklin School of Innovation collaboration. This student climate podcast series is part of a learning expedition, an intensive long-term study, focused on climate change. The final product is student-created podcasts. Prior to this the students gained background knowledge on climate change in science and learned rhetorical appeals in English. The next big phase saw the students going out into the field interviewing community members and experts. They made relevant connections to the guiding question “how do small actions lead to big changes?” – and even held debates. The Climate Listening Project hosted a workshop where students learned how to listen and create engaging thoughtful podcasts.
How do small actions lead to big changes?
Listen to all the Franklin School of Innovation student Climate Listening Project podcasts via Anchor here.
Adviser: Dayna Reggero, Climate Listening Project
Adviser: Jerry Lubos, Franklin School of Innovation
Behind the Scenes Videos by The Sustainability Story
Behind the Scenes
The Climate Listening Project hopes these stories inspire you and others to share your stories through your own skills – your contribution is an important climate solution.