Challenge: BEE the Change!

 

Bee the Change! Screenshot from the challenge video.
Bee the Change!

  


When learning about living things and nature’s systems, you explore life cycles of different species and the concept of Interdependence, which is how living things rely on each other through systems such as food chains and food webs. Important to all living things is the idea of sustainability, which is our way of making sure nature stays in balance, both now and into the future.

So, it’s time for a Challenge…

The world’s bee population is in a bit of trouble. And they need our help! It’s time to… BEE THE CHANGE.

What can we do?

We can… 

research

brainstorm ideas

talk to experts

plan and design solutions

and take action!

 

Screenshot from challenge video.

Big Idea: Interdependence of living things

Essential Question: How can we be active citizens in enhancing the lives of living things?

Challenge: BEE the Change! (Help the bee population thrive)

Guiding Questions:

  • How do bee communities function and thrive?
  • Why are bee populations in decline globally?
  • How are ordinary people, scientists and technology helping bee populations to recover and thrive?

Guiding Activities and Resources:

Get Started: 

  • Read this post
  • Download the attached Challenge Organizer to implement this Challenge with your community of learners. Make sure to visit Challenge Based Learning to download additional resources. 


 

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Posted on January 16, 2024

Love the humor to foster engagement! Great Challenge and Essential Question!

Posted on January 17, 2024

Thank you, Cheryl. 😃

Posted on February 01, 2024

This is awesome and timely! Kids and adults will enjoy this activity.

Thanks for sharing.

Posted on February 01, 2024

Thank you Pam.

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