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When:
November 19, 2019 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
2019-11-19T08:30:00-08:00
2019-11-19T15:30:00-08:00
Contact:
Lynne Forbush
(360) 464-6781

Join ESD 113 and Washington Green Schools to take a deep dive into the following Climate Science topics. This will be a blended learning experience with some meetings occurring at the ESD, other meetings occurring out in the field, and a few online check-ins.

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This four part series will take place in three different locations:

October 16th – Floods and Droughts

Are floods, droughts, and extreme weather our new normal? How is climate change affecting our local communities? What are the local learning opportunities for students around how climate impacts them? Join Washington Green Schools and ESD 113 to explore current research and make connections to local climate-related phenomena while engaging the Next Generation Science Standards and their Science and Engineering Practices. During the second half of the day, teachers will have time to plan activities that will bring climate science learning into their classroom.

Wed, October 16 2019 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Capital Region ESD 113
6005 Tyee DR SW
Tumwater, WA 98512

November 19th – Coastal Hazards

Are waves, storms, and floods our new normal? How is climate change is affecting our coastal communities? Coastal hazards, like sea level rise, erosion and degradation of the environment, threaten Washington’s coastline. Join Washington Green Schools and ESD 113 to learn about coastal hazards and how you can integrate both local science and the Next Generation Science Standards and their Science and Engineering Practices into your classroom. During the second half of the day, teachers will have time to plan activities that will bring climate science learning into their classroom.

Tue, November 19 2019 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Rotary Log Pavilion
1401 Sargent BLVD
Aberdeen, WA 98520

March 4th – Species and Ecosystems

How is our changing climate impacting our local flora and fauna? How do key species adapt to changes in their ecosystems? How can humans protect habitats from environmental degradation? Join Washington Green Schools and ESD 113 to explore current research and make connections to local climate-related phenomena while engaging the Next Generation Science Standards and their Science and Engineering Practices. During the second half of the day, teachers will have time to plan activities that will bring climate science learning into their classroom.

Wed, March 4 2020 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
The Bethel Church
132 Kirkland Rd
Chehalis, WA 98532

May 20th at Capital Region ESD 113 in Tumwater