Join us for this special edition of It's Elementary Webcast for earthcast09. We took hour two and were joined by Sheila Adams and Robin Ellwood. We discussed the state of science education in the U.S.A. It's Elementary broadcasts the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at http://edtechtalk.com
Earthcast 2009 is joined by Bob Murphy and his Westlake High School (Austin, TX USA) AP Environmental Science Students to discuss some of their field experiences from this past year. A special thank you to Carolyn Foote, the library media specialist from Westlake, for helping connect Earthcast 2009 with Bob and his most excellent group of environmental science students.
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The Earthbridges Team is joined by many different folks who participated over the course of the day to share their thoughts and reflections on the experience. Thanks again to all who contributed in some way to Earthcast 2009. We're already looking forward to Earthcast 2010!!!
During the 5th hour of Earthcast 2009, the students from the Gator Radio Experience in Palo Alto, California are joined by Sean Harrington, of Better Place, to talk about electric vehicle technology. Also in this hour the students are joined by Sam Wiley of the Wiley One, the ensemble that created the wonderful song, Go Green. The Gator Radio Experience typically includes a featured band, and this week Sam C. featured "Cloud Cult" for the work that they've done in the area of greening the music industry. Finally, this excellent broadcast ends with GRE team member Nicola giving a review of several environmental related films such as Who Killed the Electric Car. There are a few minutes of audio in this recording that get a little warbly and we apologize for this. Audio quality for the great majority of this segment is excellent.
The Gator Radio Experience talks with Terry Fay of Madison, Wisconsin USA about eating locally. During the second half of the show with visit with Linda Yates and Paul Holland about building green and the clean tech industry. A special thank you to Sam Wiley of "The Wiley One" hip hop band for allowing us to play his fantastic song, Go Green, throughout Earthcast 2009.