In this 3-minute video, students will learn about Celeste Tinajero from Reno, NV who led several initiatives at her school to reduce water waste, decrease water use, and encourage reusable water bottles.
This is an inspiring video, as her environmental club received two grants for her school to install water-saving toilets and sinks, energy-saving lights, and a filtered water station for reusable water bottles.
The video is available to view without an account.
Environmental science classes could use this video as inspiration to apply for a grant to fund a water-saving initiative or project.
Science classes could use this video as a hook for lessons about renewable resources, weather, the water cycle, or sustainability.
The video could be used as a hook to have students brainstorm ways that their school could save water, energy, or resources, or start a Meatless Mondays program or a school garden.
There is no misconception in the video content and this resource is recommended for teaching.
ESS3: Earth and Human Activity
6.ESS3.3 Apply scientific principles to design a method for monitoring and minimizing a human impact on the environment.
HS.ESS3.4 Evaluate or refine a technological solution that reduces impacts of human activities on natural systems.
Social Science Analysis (K-12)
8.35 Analyze and apply a range of deliberative and collaborative procedures to make decisions and take informed action.