Partner stories

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

Partner Stories

ClimeTime partners offer a variety of methods in supporting teacher professional development for climate education. These stories highlight partner successes in educating teachers across Washington state about the many ways in which climate science and the focus on local phenomena-based learning can engage both teachers and students.

By sharing these stories, ClimeTime hopes that educators, students, and anyone invested in rigorous and experiential science learning will be inspired to explore how they can engage with climate science in their region. ClimeTime values the work of Washington’s students, teachers, and community-based partners, and seeks to celebrate their commitment to engaging learning experiences.

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Wishkah Valley Tree Planting

Wishkah Valley Tree Planting

Great morning tree planting to improve habitat for salmon and minimize erosion with thirty 7th and 8th grade students from Wishkah Valley School on January 20th, 2022. Beautiful site on the Satsop River in Montesano. We partnered with the Grays Harbor Conservation...

Trees & Climate Change: An Elementary ClimeTime Series

Trees & Climate Change: An Elementary ClimeTime Series

Author, Aisha Nnoli, who wrote Good Morning Trees, joined Elementary teachers and two teacher leader facilitators from across the Puget Sound region to dig into the role of trees in climate change and how to share this with younger students. Two Saturdays in the fall...

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...

Hot and Hazy Summers Connect Climate Change to Local Experience

Hot and Hazy Summers Connect Climate Change to Local Experience

Educators learned why we had such an extreme heat wave this past summer, as they heard from Robin Fox, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Spokane. Chelsea Freeman teaches high school in Tonasket, an agricultural community hit especially hard by the...

Addressing Climate Change Requires Many Voices

Addressing Climate Change Requires Many Voices

In January and February of 2021, 80 Washington citizens from all walks of life and political persuasions gathered virtually to learn about, deliberate on and make recommendations to the Washington state legislature about how to mitigate climate change in our state....

EarthGen Uses Gamification to Teach Climate Action

EarthGen Uses Gamification to Teach Climate Action

Olympia School District teacher Heath Bingman presents economic interests in EarthGen’s mock climate summit. While youth climate leaders often make the news, many young people believe climate change is too big a problem for them to solve. But young people are natural...