Watershed Field Trip StoryMaps

Thanks to critical funding received from NOAA, MEDB’s Women In Technology Project supported student experiential field trips to local watersheds as teachers implemented the latest module of STEMworks in their classrooms: Exploring Hawai`i’s Watersheds through STEM. Students utilized technology tools such as GPS units, GoPros, ArcGIS, and more. They also learned about native and invasive species and the importance of protecting our watersheds.

Shown below are samples of the students work:

GIS Watershed Story Map – Students Community Outreach                         

Service Learning to Kaho`olawe | click photo for more information

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Service Learning to Haleakala National Park | click photo for more information

Service Learning to Pu’u Pahu | click photo for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

Service Learning to Kealia Pond | click photo for more information

Service Learning to Waikapu | click photo for more information

Service Learning to Pu’u Kukui | click photo for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIS Watershed Story Map – Teacher Workshop Training

St. Anthony School | click photo for more information

St. Anthony | click photo for more information

Kula School | click photo for more information

Iao Intermediate | click photo for more information

King Kekaulike High School | click photo for more information

 

 

 

 

 

Maui High School | click photo for more information

Lana`i High and Elementary School | click photo for more information

Hana-Lahainaluna-Lanai-Molokai Schools | click photo for more information

Kaunakakai Schoolclick photo for more information

Molokaʻi Middle; ʻO Hina I ka Malamaclick photo for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

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INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL