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Education Related Projects
See what HEAL is currently doing to educate students and their community about the environment. Here you will find our programs, resources, initiatives, and more!
Summer STEAM Camp Collaboration with
To design an engaging and effective environmental health camp curriculum for Neabsco Elementary School and to
educate campers on the huge impact of environmental issues on human health and raise awareness regarding sustainability, by focusing on impacts in 4 domains: air, water, soil, and food.
Our Curriculum Plan (Designed by: Arman Lateef)
DAY 1 The Air we Breathe
Introduction of overall camp theme
Lesson Plan: Indoor Air – What’s the matter
DAY 3 In Search of Good Soil
Nitty Gritty soil kit
Artistic montage by using different soil types collected form outdoors
DAY 4 Focus on Food
Chef Annie, a member of our advisory board, demonstrates how fruits and vegetables can be easily preserved to avoid spoilage
Food safety activities and games
DAY 2 Campaign for Clean Water
Who Polluted the Bay – Co-curricular Activity looking at how early settlers suffered the consequences of polluted water sources.
Hands on activity – testing different filtration methods.
Changing the Climate of Environmental Education - One Classroom at a Time!
Our Curriculum Plan
In examining how environmental topics are currently covered within science curricula, HEAL leaders discovered a narrow focus on conservation and the effects of human activities on the environment, missing an opportunity to educate our youth on how the environment directly relates to their own health and well-being.
HEAL aims to revolutionize environmental education by creatively emphasizing how the environment directly impacts students’ own health, shifting the focus from being external and distant to very personal and immediate.
We have launched an initiative to visit as many grades 3-5 classrooms and share the effects of polluted air, water, food, and soil on human health.
HEAL is always looking for schools that we can present to students. If you know a school or classroom that would like to have the HEAL team visit and educate their students, please contact us at https://www.heal4all.org/contact-us. Check out the schools we visited so far!
Click each of the school logos to learn more!
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