This spring, as part of our ENST 390 class, we visited Hamilton Central School to work with the high school environmental science class. We first researched different educational approaches for teaching environmental science, searched for different tools and materials, and spoke at length with their teacher, Johanna Bossard. In the end, we chose to focus on water. We took three days to do three different labs that explored water scarcity, watersheds, and water filtration. It was a great opportunity for our group and we hope that the HCS students found it equally fulfilling. If you are interested in working with Hamilton Central School’s Environmental Science class in the future please contact Jia Zheng (2014).
– Carly, Erin, Rachel, Mike, Sam & Jia