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 day learning about the carbon cycle by playing an interactive game, learned about iterative models as a powerful tool, Climate Champions, the climate change game being developed by ESD 101 and planned for next steps and possible future involvement in climate science teaching and learning. The ISEs use community partner grids to brainstorm ways they can reach out to and support schools/districts and provide a grade level standards focus to their work.
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- Writing Solutions Oriented Storylines: Focus on Solar Energy
- Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines Fire: Forest Management and Skills
- Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines with Nonformal Educators
- Wildfires in Western Washington- May 2020
- Climate Science Series for Grades 3-5: April/May Canvas Course
all-day Solutions Oriented Learning Stor...
Solutions Oriented Learning Stor...
Aug 10 – Aug 13 all-day
By Invitation Only Educators will participate in a storyline writing workshop about coastal natural hazards to develop K-2, 3-5, middle school, and high school storylines. We will be working in grade level teams to write[...]