10-04-2018 12:02 PM - edited 12-04-2018 05:54 PM
Introduction: I have been requested to write a short guideline for sharing Google Maps and LocalGuidesCleanTheWorld actions for students from 13 to 19. There is a lot more to write, so please consider this as an open space, where to share your Suggestions too
Teenage is one of the most exciting part of the life. Technology have no secrets for them, they use a smartphone much better than many of us, they use Social Media Channels in a natural way.
That’s why, talking about Clean the World in a school is so exciting: we can show them some of the tool that they can use for recording and documenting the Clean the World experience.
Clean the World can be a challenge, for achieving great results.
Google offer to us for free a wide range of tools, that we can use for planning and documenting our Clean the World activities:
With this set of tool in our hand, we can plan a lot of different activities, in classroom and outdoor (on field)
Because we are Local, So we know the territory, working Globally, exchanging experience and supporting each other. We created a logo to have a single and clear identity, a flag made by Local Guides for Local Guides. You can download the logo here
Of course, this is only a short guideline
Add your experience, or your ideas, in replying to this post
Note: Thank you to @manulele81 (for making that beautiful t-shirt)
[EDIT: I am adding an interesting and helpfull video about the life of a plastic bottle]
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