This two-day workshop (March 1-2, 2019) for middle and high school teachers focused on connecting the causes and effects of climate change and ocean acidification. Students used local and regional online data to gain data skills, argue with evidence, and make connections between human activities and climate change solutions.
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- Students Get to the Heart of Climate Change Through Their Stomachs
- Central Washington teachers dig in to PEI’s Regenerative Agriculture Storylines
- A Day as a Field Scientist Helps Students Learn How They Can Make Difference for Endangered Species in Their Area
- Cohort of K-3 educators brings PEI’s Urban Forestry Storyline into their classrooms
- Voices of Hope Energizes Teachers to Bring Climate Science Learning to Their Students
all-day Salmon & Hydro Power Teacher Sci...
Salmon & Hydro Power Teacher Sci...
Jun 22 – Jun 28 all-day
Upper elementary and middle school teachers across ESD 123 are invited to join Pacific Northwest National Laboratory climate science and fisheries experts and STEM education specialists to engage in a virtual, immersive, hands-on and collaborative[...]
5:30 pm Systems are Everywhere!
Systems are Everywhere!
Jul 7 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
ISB Education invites TEAMS of teachers to participate in workshops that build career connections and fun explorations of systems into each science unit! Teachers…You are invited to join our ISB team and STEM professionals! Learn[...]