Decarbonize Decolonize 2018 Paper

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#Decarbonize:#Decolonize STUDENT AND TEACHER TESTIMONIALS "The most impactful and significant experience for me was at the discussions moments between us about our project. It was significant for me to see children like me who really care about what I care about and see that they are not just for fun but to try to make a difference, was to see that I'm not alone, was to identify myself with these people." Bruna, 16, Brazil "The fact that we had to seek, meet, and talk personally to indigenous elders on the topic of their involvement in climate change!" Mary, Teacher, Kenya, speaking on her "most memorable experience of the project" "The participation of the students and their exhibitions as well as the experience of sharing with different nationalities was fantastic" Daniel, Teacher, Cuba "I loved the exchange with the different nationalities and the English presentation of the country experience." Lisvany, 16, Cuba "The most impactful experience for the students was the presentations. They were able to feel heard, seen, respected and contribute and share their knowledge. Also, they had to develop speech skills in another language, deal with anxiety, and also with success. For the teacher, I see that the most significant experience was the same, to see the students doing so well and see how they showed a deep involvement and knowledge with the subject, especially when they were writing the paper. That reminds us of the preparation and all the work before the event." Sueli, Teacher, Brazil "I loved connecting with many others around the world as well as learning about climate change" Ian, 14, Kenya

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