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Climate Change and Human Health in Southwest Washington

More than two dozen teachers from Southwest Washington school districts attended a STEM Seminar at Vancouver Community Library on Tuesday, December 3 to learn about connections between climate...

How do we show care for our Urban Water Systems?

Wake up and smell the… wastewater? On Saturday, November 2nd 2019, nine teachers and educators met up at the Renton's King County South Treatment Plant to discuss how we build, use, and care for our...

IslandWood’s Community Asset Mapping and Crosscutting Concepts

Early on Saturday, November 9th, at Sartori Elementary, 5 teachers and 2 IslandWood staff explored how mapping neighborhood assets, opportunities, and problems can engage students more deeply in...

The Best of the Best

During the week of Nov. 5-7 local teachers gathered at ESD 123 in Pasco, Washington to deepen their knowledge of the new instructional materials from Smithsonian Science Units. Third Grade teachers...

What is ClimeTime?

ClimeTime is a state-led network for climate science learning that helps teachers and their students understand climate science issues affecting Washington communities

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Climate Change and Human Health in Southwest Washington

Climate Change and Human Health in Southwest Washington

More than two dozen teachers from Southwest Washington school districts attended a STEM Seminar at Vancouver Community Library on Tuesday, December 3 to learn about connections between climate change and human health. The full-day professional development opportunity...

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How do we show care for our Urban Water Systems?

How do we show care for our Urban Water Systems?

Wake up and smell the… wastewater? On Saturday, November 2nd 2019, nine teachers and educators met up at the Renton's King County South Treatment Plant to discuss how we build, use, and care for our water urban systems. Along with 2 facilitators, participants had the...

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