Category: Divvy Education

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Congratulations Mr. Wight!

We would like to give a shout out to long time Divvy friend Nate Wight. At the end of the summer he was recognized at the White House with the Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators for his work at the Bronx Design and...

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Teachers: Start a School Community Garden

Gardens, either outdoors or in the classroom, educate students on a range of subjects from biology and horticulture to nutrition. Students also develop team working skills as they coordinate amongst themselves to grow the plants. The students could cook with the produce in...

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Teachers: Green Your Classroom

Here are some ideas for projects you can list and fundraise for on www.divvygreen.com to green your classroom and promote conservation. Start a project today! Recycle bins (The Container Store, Recycle Away, RecycleBoxBin) → implement a classroom recycling program LED lighting (Philips, CREE)...

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Save The Planet Through Education (Part II)

Here are some more project ideas for sustainable classrooms across the US. If you think of more, send them our way! Garden: Photos Credits: Flickr User Eden, Janine & Jim (http://bit.ly/1lVYLPt) From biology to nutrition to lessons about where food comes from, a community...

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Save The Planet Through Education

Legislation, celebrity campaigns and even natural disasters may increase awareness around sustainability but it’s a slow-going process that is resisted by many. Education from an early age, is the most effective way to create a lasting change in what we consume and how...