Partner stories

These stories are a collection of educator professional learning experiences and opportunities provided by ESD, CBO and Tribal School partners.

Partner Stories

ESD 123

ESD 123 is engaging K-12 teachers in groundbreaking, place-based professional learning with a variety of community partners around climate science, career connections, human impacts and resources. These transformative experiences for teachers will translate into authentic learning for their students.

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Monitoring Salmon as the Climate Changes

Monitoring Salmon as the Climate Changes

Upper elementary and middle school teachers across ESD 123 joined Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) fisheries experts and STEM education specialists to engage in a virtual, immersive, hands-on and collaborative learning experience. Together Teachers and...

June 2022 Salmon & Hydropower TSP Planning is in full swing!

June 2022 Salmon & Hydropower TSP Planning is in full swing!

Many schools in Washington State are part of the Salmon in the Classroom project. Through this program, students hatch salmon eggs at school, learn about salmon life cycle, habitat and learn how to test water quality. The hands-on experience of raising fish helps...

OpenSciEd

OpenSciEd

Teaching students during a pandemic is challenge, teaching students who are returning to in person instruction after 2 years is an even bigger challenge. Adding a new science curriculum pilot to the mix has added another layer of complexity to teaching in the 2021-22...

Local Phenomena Mystery and Othello 6th Graders

Local Phenomena Mystery and Othello 6th Graders

On a chilly November afternoon, 6th Grade students walk in to in Mrs. Fought's science class with a new mystery to figure out! Mrs. Fought starts by telling a story of some mysterious bones that have been discovered in Kennewick, Washington, just a hour away from...

Regional Science Coordinators are growing and supporting OpenSciEd use amongst middle school science teachers

Regional Science Coordinators are growing and supporting OpenSciEd use amongst middle school science teachers

Between 2018 and 2021, Washington State Regional Science Coordinators and a tea of dedicated middle school science teachers engaged in field testing OpenSciEd instructional units to help inform the development of a complete Grades 6-8 open educational resource (OER)....

SEL Support through Science and Literacy Equity for all

SEL Support through Science and Literacy Equity for all

How do you support students with Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and still teach content? You integrate! Lorianne Donovan, ESD 123 Regional Science Coordinator and Lindsey Fangman, ESD 123 Regional Literacy Coordinator spent the summer working to solve this problem....