Programs
STEM: Human Impact
What is the human footprint up to now? In this collection of shorts, characters explore human impact on the environment.
In one film, what will happen to Touille's peaceful marshland when "progress" comes to her community? In another short, learn about African Elephants from two twelve-year-old boys, Thomas and Korduni, who are passionate about wildlife preservation. Elephants begin roaming the fields and damaging the villagers crops. The angry villagers make a resolution to harm the elephants. But with the help of a bee expert Emmanuel, it's now up to these boys to save these gentle beasts!
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This is a Field Trip Program
Age
Grade
Grades 6-8
Directed by
Various
Languages
French, Inuktitut, Nonverbal, Kimaasai with English subtitles
Content Advisory
Not Applicable
Themes
STEM: Human impact on environment; solutions for challenged ecosystems; biodiversity; obtain and combine information about ways individual communities use science ideas to protect the Earth's systems and environment; scientific observation; cause and effect; persistence
Runtime
80 mins
Films
Nature, The Fish, Names for Snow, Floreana, The Bridge at the Brogs, Thomas and Korduni: "Bees Saving Elephants"