Make It Happen
1.2 million students spend their days in K-12 schools across Washington State. You can ensure they gain the skills and hands-on learning opportunities needed to be successful leaders. Our state depends upon the next generation… And Washington Green Schools is working with you to give them the tools they need to succeed.
ClimeTime Virtual Conference (Day 2)
Join teachers statewide for a two-day conference, completely online! The virtual conference is open to all PreK-12 teachers in Washington State who want to learn more about the Climate Science Proviso, about the ClimeTime project, or about tools and resources connected to science learning.
Sessions are FREE to participants and have been sponsored by OSPI. Registration and clock hours available through signup via pdEnroller.
Wednesday, April 29th Sessions
Sign up for one session per block available. Click on the session name to learn more and register.
|Time||Session A||Session B|
|Earth Systems and Changes: From Mammoth to Climate Change
ESD123 – Lorianne Donovan
|Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Forest Carbon Sequestration
PEI – Hattie Osborne
|Voices of Hope: Climate Science OCDE Project GLAD® Unit
ESD 171 – Kate Lindholm
|Outside Isn’t Just for Recess
RE Sources: Sustainable Schools – Priscilla Brotherton
Common Threads Farm – Jenna Deane
Wild Whatcom – Hannah Newell
|Game Based Learning and Climate Science
ESD 101 – Tammie Schrader
|Going the Extra Mile for Climate Science and Sustainability for Students in Wahluke
ESD105 – Mike Brown
Wahluke School District – Chuck Hubbard
|Lessons for your Schoolyard Garden
IslandWood – Dr. Déana Scipio and EEC graduate students
|Energy Matters: An Exploration of Activities and a Carbon Calculator
Washington Green Schools – Becky Bronstein, Nayiri Haroutunian
|Engaging in Climate Science Through Zoom
ESD 121 – Dr. Cheryl Lydon
|Exploring a Classroom Module with Climate Science Themes
ISB – Claudia Ludwig, Dr. Jen Eklund, & Dr. Anne Thompson