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Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Forest Carbon Sequestration Workshop

For two days last month (September 26th-27th), 23 educators from around the South Sound gathered at Washington State University's Allmendinger Center in Puyallup to take a deep dive into the role...

Stressed Out Pikas Help Cascade High School Students Learn about Climate Science

This fall students at Cascade High School in Leavenworth have been studying what the large scale disappearance of American Pikas from regions experiencing warmer summers and decreased winter...

Elementary Teachers Prepare For NGSS-Aligned Instruction

During the week of August 12 to August 16, more that 220 elementary teachers from 20 public school districts prepared to implement new science units based on the Next Generation Science Standards...

Digging to Make Sense of Earth Changes

The Earth Systems and Changes project brought together K-6 teachers from Southeast Washington to experience place based, local field experiences at the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site to understand...

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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Elementary Teachers Prepare For NGSS-Aligned Instruction

Elementary Teachers Prepare For NGSS-Aligned Instruction

During the week of August 12 to August 16, more that 220 elementary teachers from 20 public school districts prepared to implement new science units based on the Next Generation Science Standards at ESD 105 in Yakima, WA. The teachers took on the role of students as...

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