Practical Videos and Testimonies
Children and educators can learn a lot with the LivingSTEM project activities, which is why we suggest recording short videos, in order to document the process and share the outcomes with others.
During the learning phase, pupils may create short videos on their scientific learnings related to permaculture, and talk about the experience in their own words. This will help them remember the concepts, and will provide valuable content for follow-up peer learning activities. Other pupils will be able to replicate the actions and learn from these videos.
To facilitate the video recordings, we have put together a short and practical guide, with content for educators and students: the “The LivingSTEM guide – How to produce a video” and a “storytelling canvas” to draft the video content.
Prior to recording, it will be important to decide which key concepts to explore, and what activities to implement. Each key concept is explained on a sheet, which includes ideas on how to learn about it through the LivingSTEM activities, focusing on STE(A)M and permaculture.
List of key concepts
- Arts and creative skills in STE(A)M_LivingStem
- Ecological and carbon footprint_LivingStem
- Ecological behaviour_LivingStem
- Ecological Consiousness_LivingStem
- Ecological Literacy_LivingStem
- Ecosystem final_LivingStem
- Fibonacci Series in Nature_LivingStem
- Fight pollution_LivingStem
- Fractal Geometry of Nature Arithmetic_LivingStem
- Garden Landscaping Design in Permaculture_LivingStem
- Grey Water Recycling_LivingStem
- Ideal menu_LivingStem
- Life Cycle_LivingStem
- Lifecycle of water_LivingStem
- Micro-gardening and vertical gardening_LivingStem
- Organic food as a way of protecting nature_LivingStem
- Organic Lifecycle & Compost final_Livingstem
- Other uses of the plants_LivingStem
- Pattern Literacy_LivingStem
- Permaculture and Experimentation_LivingStem
- Permaculture Principle 2- Catch & Store Energy_LivingStem
- Plant buddies in a herb spiral_LivingStem
- Pollination final_LivingStem
- Sheep grazing_LivingStem
- STEAM and Active Learning_LivingStem
- Super food versus Junk Food_LivingStem
- Symbiosis in nature as an example of cooperation_LivingStem