Foundations of Climate Change (Asynchronous Course)

Online via Canvas

Come learn with EarthGen in this virtual professional development opportunity designed for Washington teachers. Through asynchronous learning via Canvas, participants will have a chance to authentically engage with activities and experts as they grow their understanding how climate change has and will impact their community. Analyze and interpret recent climate science data with Dr. Kat […]

Climate Change in Every Classroom: Season of Smoke (Asynchronous Course)

Online via Canvas

Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until August 25th. Join EarthGen's virtual teacher event, an engaging and fully asynchronous professional development opportunity tailored specifically for Washington educators. Participants will review topics related to the theme of Hot & Hazy Summers and connect content to their specific subject area and grade level.

Climate Change in Every Classroom: Cultivating Agricultural Knowledge (Asynchronous Course)

Online via Canvas

Come learn with EarthGen in this fully asynchronous professional development opportunity designed for Washington teachers. Teachers will learn from local experts and explore topics related to the theme of agriculture and connect content to their specific subject area and grade level. Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until August 25th.

Foundations of Climate Change (Asynchronous Course)

Online via Canvas

Come learn with EarthGen in this virtual professional development opportunity designed for Washington teachers. Through asynchronous learning via Canvas, participants will have a chance to authentically engage with activities and experts as they grow their understanding how climate change has and will impact their community. Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until December 8.

Climate Change in Every Classroom: Cultivating Agricultural Knowledge (Asynchronous Course)

Online via Canvas

Come learn with EarthGen in this fully asynchronous professional development opportunity designed for Washington teachers. Teachers will learn from local experts and explore topics related to the theme of agriculture and connect content to their specific subject area and grade level. Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until December 8th.

Climate Change in Every Classroom: Season of Smoke (Asynchronous Course)

Online via Canvas

Come learn with EarthGen in this fully asynchronous professional development opportunity designed for Washington teachers. Participants will review topics related to the theme of Hot & Hazy Summers and connect content to their specific subject area and grade level. Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until December 8th.

BIPOC Voices Asynchronous Course for Western Washington Educators

Online via Canvas

In this asynchronous professional learning opportunity, educators will deepen their understanding of why centering the experiences of BIPOC communities within STEM learning is critical. They will practice utilizing a set of multimedia resources featuring BIPOC professionals working in science fields. Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until December 8.

BIPOC Voices Asynchronous Course for Eastern Washington Educators

Online via Canvas

In this asynchronous professional learning opportunity, educators will deepen their understanding of why centering the experiences of BIPOC communities within STEM learning is critical. They will practice utilizing a set of multimedia resources featuring BIPOC professionals working in science fields. Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until December 8.

Foundations of Climate Change (Asynchronous Course)

Online via Canvas

Come learn with EarthGen in this virtual professional development opportunity designed for Washington teachers. Through asynchronous learning via Canvas, participants will have a chance to authentically engage with activities and experts as they grow their understanding how climate change has and will impact their community. Registration will be on a rolling basis and open until January 15.