The first week of October we hosted about 300 5th-6th grade students from Wenatchee and East Wenatchee for our field experience. The experience consists of several stations teaching students about forest health, ecology, and fire. The field days are held at Mission Ridge ski area. Many of these students had never visited the ski area even though it’s just outside their hometown. Many of them had also never been hiking before the field day. We are passionate about bringing these experiences to students!
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4:00 pm SOLS: Urban Forestry
SOLS: Urban Forestry
Jan 19 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Attention Formal K-3 Educators! Join Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and our ClimeTime partners for a series of workshops focused on climate science and urban forestry in the southern Puget Sound region. Cohort members will explore[...]
4:00 pm Learning Crosscutting Concept #3...
Learning Crosscutting Concept #3...
Jan 20 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
A workshop from ISB’s ClimeTime series: Teachers Inspiring Science Students — CCCs in action to learn climate science Audience 6th-12th grade Learning Crosscutting Concept #3: Scale, Proportion, and Quantity is a workshop from ISB’s ClimeTime[...]
all-day Community-based Climate Change I...
Community-based Climate Change I...
Jan 22 all-day
This course begins January 22nd in Tacoma. Follow-up sessions will be online. For a fully online version of this course focused on the Puyallup River, click here. For a hybrid course focused on the Snoqualmie River[...]
all-day Elementary Science (Climate) Edu...
Elementary Science (Climate) Edu...
Jan 25 all-day
Teacher leader support focused on NGSS instruction using climate concepts Are you a science teacher leader supporting colleagues in your elementary building? Are you being asked to be on an adoption team? Are you interested[...]
4:00 pm Learning Crosscutting Concept #4...
Learning Crosscutting Concept #4...
Jan 25 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
A workshop from ISB’s ClimeTime series: Teachers Inspiring Science Students — CCCs in action to learn climate science Elementary Teachers…Have you completed the Systems are Everywhere! workshop? Are you ready to support your students to[...]