Engaging Others


Now that we know how important pollinators are to our area, we have to make sure to tell everyone else about about it! Having others know about pollinators will help us in our efforts, and get more people helping more pollinators!

How has this Quest changed you?

Think back to your first experience with these pollinators and then share your thoughts about some of these questions.  

3-2-1-1:  Finish these statements

  • 3- The THREE most important things I learned about how pollinators and why they are in trouble
  • 2- The TWO most important things I learned about myself as a participant in this Quest
  • 1- The ONE thing I will do differently on my next real-world problem-solving experience
  • 1- My ONE moment or new understanding that I will never forget

Open Responses: Write or discuss responses to these questions: 

  1. How has your thinking about pollinators changed?
  2. What do you think is most important for people to understand about pollinators?
  3. What do you think is most important for people to understand about why pollinators are in trouble and how people can help?
  4. What did you learn about yourself as you worked on this project?

How can you inspire others to learn about and help pollinators that live around them?

Now think about how you can teach others.

  • What do you think other people know and feel about pollinators?
  • What's important for you to share that would help others learn about pollinators?
  • How could your project give other people ideas about how they could help pollinators living around them?

Questions to Consider

Talk about the questions above. Then consider these: 

  1. What is the message you want to share about pollinators and why they are in trouble?

  2. Who do you want to teach about pollinators and your project?

  3. What can you do to get those people excited about helping pollinators?

Write your ideas down in your Hero Journal.

Now that we have some ideas, let's explore some tools for sharing your story