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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Land Acknowledgement – a call to action!

Land Acknowledgement – a call to action!

By now, many know that the colonization myth we learned in school doesn’t tell the whole story of how the Americas were settled. In 1492, Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue, but what he discovered was not a “New World” — it was once inhabited by millions of...

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Urban Forestry workshop

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Urban Forestry workshop

During the month of May 2021, 27 educators from eight districts across the state attended a three-day online workshop, Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Urban Forestry, with Pacific Education Institute’s FieldSTEM Coordinators Molly Griffiths and Megan Rivard...

Tracking Energy Success Story

Tracking Energy Success Story

What’s your favorite meal? Is it macaroni and cheese or pizza? Arroz con pollo or oatmeal? No matter what the food, where it is grown, or how it is disposed of, there is an impact on the environment and people. These facts were made evident to elementary school...

Outside isn’t just for recess

Outside isn’t just for recess

While working through the Teaching Outside module teachers were asked to spend some of their own learning outside. “Having to be outside for a required assignment was wonderful. I have felt so cooped up the past few months, and so much of my work requires me to be...

The Journey of a Water Droplet

The Journey of a Water Droplet

Storytelling, a powerful art form that allows for the passing of knowledge, tradition, and different ways of being. Storytelling can grasp the creative reflections of thought, emotion, and the interconnectedness of it all. Environmental Storytelling Can Help Spread...

Field Work Provides Students with Authentic Science Experience

Field Work Provides Students with Authentic Science Experience

Over the course of two days, April 27th and April 29th, eight Tonasket Elementary School teachers and 63 5th grade students visited the Scotch Creek Wildlife Area located near Conconully, WA. The purpose of these visits was to take their classroom science learning...

Snow Science

On a snowshoe hike Kat Hall, with The Lands Council, uses snow science to teach about snow-water equivalent (SWE), and how that may have impacts on the landscapes throughout the seasons.