Videos

Videos about Nature's Classrooms

Short films about local nature have recently been made by Jim Karnik, and can be used in educational and public programs.  View them at  www.jimkarnikfilms.com .  These feature children and youth:

Exploring Our Urban Forests curriculum, taught at Chet Harritt Elementary School in Santee (with 2nd and 7th graders).

Exploring Our Urban Forests curriculum, taught at Whitman Elementary School in San Diego Unified School District, Clairemont area (with 5th graders).

Exploring Our Urban Forests curriculum, taught at Juniper Elementary School in Escondido (with Kindergarten).

Arthropod Adventures, collecting and observing invertebrates at Rincon Middle School in Escondido and using nature-based technology.

Elementary school students collecting and planting seeds.

High school students planting willow in Rose Canyon.

Children exploring insects, at San Diego Botanic Garden.

Children and Nature.

Videos about San Diego’s Habitats

A Growing Passion: Chaparral, The Elfin Forest by Nan Sterman

A Growing Passion: California Native Grown by Nan Sterman

San Diego by Nature Bytes reveal short videos about hundreds of plants and animals.