When are school field trips beneficial and when are they a waste of time?
School trips are beneficial when they take young children to see plays and live performances that they would otherwise not have a chance to see. They are not beneficial when they are so expensive that most students cannot afford them.
I personally believe that a child will gain the interest to learn more, if they are not constantly stuck in school So yes I think it is a good idea for school trips School trips can be much more interesting and useful if these are happening for some educational purpose so, School trips are best way to learn because things you have learnt through outdoor activities, you will never forget that ever.
We have school uniforms so that when your school goes on trips, the teachers/staff know which colour to look for. Changing the subject however, i think that school uniforms are a bad idea, these are some reason why: They don't show your independence, they are a waste of money, they are no use outside of school and you can get fed up wearing the same things every day. written by Katie
mainly because you need them for school, i personally think uniforms are very stupid and irritating because how can you express yourself through a uniform. Waste money? Uniforms that allow you to attend school are not a waste of money. Not allowing you to go to school, even though their taxes are paying for it, would be a waste of money.
Human waste from scientific research stations is usually frozen into the ice in a human waste dump, unless the station is on the water, in which case it is often pumped into the ocean. From American field camps, however, human waste is collected in bags -- it freezes quite quickly -- and the bags are returned, together with all field camp waste to the supporting research station. Waste that cannot be treated or disposed of…
It disposes of its waste in the same place all other forest animals dispose of their waste: on the forest floor. This is beneficial to the forest because they are seed dispersers and their feces act as fertilizer. It has not been documented whether or not they are latrine animals, but they might use specific locations to mark their territory.
Generation of heat and transfer to other organisms are the happenings to the energy in compostable matter. Energy resides in the initial decompositional activities of beneficial bacteria and fungi. It will continue through the decompositional activities and expelled waste of such beneficial macro-invertebrates as carnivorous, ground-dwelling insects.
Waste is categorically sorted and some is incinerated on the continent, and some is stowed away for return to the country that supports the research station. Field camps pack up all waste for processing at the research station, including food and human waste. All human waste that is captured, freezes and is also stowed away for return to the supporting country.
Toilet facilities exist at research stations and toilets there operate the same way toilets operate all over the world. Waste is run into the salt water if the station is near salt water, or run into frozen pits, which change when they are full. Field camp toilets collect waste in bags, which freeze quickly, and all waste is shipped back to the country supporting the field camp.