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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Science in your Schoolyard

Science in your Schoolyard

IslandWood Teacher Professional Development in PSESD August 25th Workshop At the Brightwater Center in Woodinville, 15 teachers explored NGSS and Science and Engineering Practices in small and large groups with climate connected example phenomena and a related...

ESD 105 – Science Leadership Network for Middle School

ESD 105 – Science Leadership Network for Middle School

November 7, 2018 Yakima, WA - 32 Middle School teachers investigated why two cities at the same latitude in the US have different climates. The teachers used the Argument-Driven Inquiry process to create their claim, gather evidence, and, construct an argument to...

Argument Driven Inquiry in Earth and Space Science

Argument Driven Inquiry in Earth and Space Science

120 middle and high school teachers attended the Argument Driven Inquiry workshops. Participants learned the limitations of typical laboratory instruction and why ADI can help students develop the knowledge and skills they need to be proficient in science. Teachers...

Washington Green Schools Hosts Hub Meeting with ESD 114

Washington Green Schools Hosts Hub Meeting with ESD 114

Washington Green Schools hosted a 3-hour Hub meeting/training in Bremerton on October 23rd and Port Angeles on November 1st with a K-5 PLC of 30 teachers. These trainings focused on incorporating climate science education using a local phenomenon, forest fires,...

Earth Systems and Changes

Earth Systems and Changes

2 cohorts of 24 teachers each met at the MC BONES Research Foundation Center in Coyote Canyon, Kennewick WA. To learn about erosion/soil deposition, fossils as indicators of climate changes, and cycles of climate change from the Ice Age Floods contrasted to climate...

Carbonated Water Climate Change/Ocean Acidificaton Teacher Workshop

Carbonated Water Climate Change/Ocean Acidificaton Teacher Workshop

Thirteen Middle and High School science teachers in the San Juan Islands learned about teaching climate change and ocean acidification on October 25-26. Padilla Bay educators led activities on carbon cycling and flow, climate change effects and solutions, and data...

Kids in the Forest Field Days

Kids in the Forest Field Days

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...