We will be collaborating with Smithtown West HS, Wyland, and National Geographic on a series of projects supporting water conservation. We will begin by researching water conservation and animals that are effected locally and globally in order to create art such as mural designs. We watched some of the National Geographic video resources and will will incorporate the National Geographic framework in our work. In our research we should answer the following questions using sketchnotes (answer the 3 questions and draw at least 3 related animals):
1. Why is there a need for water conservation (on Long Island, nationally, and globally)
2. What water conservation efforts are occurring on Long Island and what can we do to make an impact personally?
3. What aquatic life is impacted by the water issues locally (and globally)?
I'm working with my #art classes in a collaboration with @WylandORG, @NatGeoEducation, local artists & science teachers in my district like @williamsocnwld to explore ways to use our #creativity to help educate our community about water conservation! #K12Artchat #AspireLead pic.twitter.com/gYXWEY8pJM— Tim Needles (@timneedles) October 11, 2019