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Digging to Make Sense of Earth Changes

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 Earth systems, changes, and climate science in the context of natural and...
Climate Science in Southeast Washington

Climate Science in Southeast Washington

Teachers in Southeast Washington have dug for artifacts, consulted with virtual reality engineers and climate scientists, and brainstormed solutions to climate change issues, all as part of a state-wide climate science education initiative. ESD 123 has partnered with...
Eastside Informal Science Educators Meeting

Eastside Informal Science Educators Meeting

21 informal science educators from ESD 101 and ESD 123 met to learn more about climate science efforts in the region and state and their potential role in that work. Led by Elizabeth Schmitz, OSPI, Tammie Schrader, ESD 101 and Georgia Boatman, ESD 123 they spent the...
Earth Systems and Changes

Earth Systems and Changes

2 cohorts of 24 teachers each met at the MC BONES Research Foundation Center in Coyote Canyon, Kennewick WA. To learn about erosion/soil deposition, fossils as indicators of climate changes, and cycles of climate change from the Ice Age Floods contrasted to climate...
Educational Exploring Climate Science with Virtual Reality (VR)

Educational Exploring Climate Science with Virtual Reality (VR)

10 high school teachers from schools that are in comprehensive or multiple target schools, including 3 alternative school setting teachers, worked and learned for 3 days with 3 Climate Scientists and 2 Virtual Reality Scientists/Engineers to learn about what climate...