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Educational Outreach: Secondary (High) Schools and Universities
Feedback from the students of Worthington Kilbourne High School, Columbus, Ohio - September 28, 2006

Student - 32

Summary:

  • Want to protect the tigers because they are becoming extinct. Problems that caused this is poaching and deforestation.
  • India is a big problem for the environment because they are turning their forest into a desert since they use wood for fuel. Their population is also out of control with families having as many as 10 kids, which creates more demand for fuel and food.
  • Trying to help the people in India by introducing alternative forms of fuel such as biogas from cow droppings and solar cooking. Also educating the young children in India.

Opinion:

I liked the speakerís presentation. I thought he did a very good job. What I first came to the class I was expecting a tree hugger type guy to tell me that we are all evil and are killing the environment. He didnít do any of that; instead he pointed out the cause of the problem and ways to solve it and he didnít point fingers or blame anyone. I like the fact that he linked each problem to each other to show they all are intertwined and you canít just go out and fix one thing but look at it as a whole and find solutions to the whole thing step by step. I also like all the visual aids. It gets boring when a speaker just stands up and talks, but Mr. Marr had a video and many slides to show the class so I could visually see everything he was talking about. Also in the video and in the slides Anthony Marr was actually in them, which I thought was very cool and made everything he said a lot more interesting. He was very knowledgeable as well, which made for a good presentation. I felt like I could ask him anything and he could answer it, which is my only major dislike which was I couldnít ask any questions. I really wanted at least ten to twenty minutes to be set aside for questions. Also, this speech was really long, so I would have liked him to include the class in some way, maybe play a question and answer game or something to help involve the class. Overall, I enjoyed the speaker and glad that he took the time to come and speak to us.
 

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