PRESENTATION ALIGNED WITH (ISBE) IL STATE STANDARDS!
For more than 20 years, audiences at over 2,000 schools, colleges, and conferences have been inspired through this multi-media performance of original and popular songs by an exceptional musical talent.
Jack lifts the role of environmental educator to new and exciting levels in this award winning music and multi-media event; emotionally captivating, educational, and powerfully entertaining.
Jack was honored with the Outstanding Environmental Educator award by the Illinois Recycling Association!
12.B.1a Describe and compare characteristics of living things in relationship to their environments.
12.B.1b Describe how living things depend on one another for survival.
12.E.1c Identify renewable and nonrenewable natural resources.
12.E.2c Identify and classify recyclable materials.
12.E.3c Evaluate the biodegradability of renewable and nonrenewable natural resources.
13.B.2d Compare the relative effectiveness of reducing, reusing and recycling in actual situations.
13.B.1e Demonstrate ways to reduce, reuse and recycle materials.
13.B.2e Identify and explain ways that technology changes ecosystems (e.g., dams, highways, buildings, communication networks, power plants).
13.B.3e Identify advantages and disadvantages of natural resource conservation and management programs.
13.B.5e Assess how scientific and technological progress has affected other fields of study, careers and job markets and aspects of everyday life.
13.B.2f Analyze how specific personal and societal choices that humans make affect local, regional and global ecosystems (e.g., lawn and garden care, mass transit).