Foundations of Climate Change (Asynchronous Course)

Join EarthGen's virtual training for Washington teachers to explore the impact of climate change on your community. This training will explore recent climate science data, aligning with Next Generation Science Standards concepts. Teachers will learn from professionals in their region who are doing work to combat this climate change impact in an effort to prepare them with resources to spur action in their community.

Climate Justice League, Assemble (Eastern Washington Cohort)

ESD 105 33 S 2nd Ave, Yakima, Washington

Come continue your learning with EarthGen in this cohort-based learning opportunity designed for teachers across Washington State who have previously participated in the Climate Justice League (Eastern Washington Cohort) and […]

STEM Seminar: A Taste of Food Waste for Western Washington Educators (Session 1/3)

Online via Zoom and Canvas

Join EarthGen's virtual professional development, the first installment of a three-part series designed for educators in ESD 114, 113, 112, 121, 189. Through both asynchronous and synchronous learning, engage authentically with activities and experts to deepen your understanding of how climate change and climate justice impact your community. Analyze recent climate science data with a University of Washington climate scientist, and in the STEM Seminar, explore the complexities of waste, justice, and climate change, identifying actionable steps for your students.

STEM Seminar: A Taste of Food Waste for Eastern Washington Educators (Session 1/3)

Online via Zoom and Canvas

Join EarthGen's virtual professional development, the first installment of a three-part series designed for educators in ESD 171, 105, 101, and 123. Through both asynchronous and synchronous learning, engage authentically with activities and experts to deepen your understanding of how climate change and climate justice impact your community. Analyze recent climate science data with a University of Washington climate scientist, and in the STEM Seminar, explore the complexities of waste, justice, and climate change, identifying actionable steps for your students.

STEM Seminar: A Taste of Food Waste for Western Washington Educators (Session 2/3)

Online via Zoom and Canvas

Join EarthGen's virtual professional development, the second session of a three-part series designed for educators in ESD 114, 113, 112, 121, 189. Through both asynchronous and synchronous learning, engage authentically with activities and experts to deepen your understanding of how climate change and climate justice impact your community. Analyze recent climate science data with a University of Washington climate scientist, and in the STEM Seminar, explore the complexities of waste, justice, and climate change, identifying actionable steps for your students.

STEM Seminar: A Taste of Food Waste for Eastern Washington Educators (Session 2/3)

Online via Zoom and Canvas

Join EarthGen's virtual professional development, the second session of a three-part series designed for educators in ESD 171, 105, 101, and 123. Through both asynchronous and synchronous learning, engage authentically with activities and experts to deepen your understanding of how climate change and climate justice impact your community. Analyze recent climate science data with a University of Washington climate scientist, and in the STEM Seminar, explore the complexities of waste, justice, and climate change, identifying actionable steps for your students.

Elementary Student Summit for Clark County

We are excited to host the Elementary Student Summit in coordination with Clark County Green Schools. The Elementary Student Summit will be held on Thursday, April 11 from 9:30 - 1:30 pm at Clark College. At the Student Summit, we invite students and educators to:

STEM Seminar: A Taste of Food Waste for Eastern Washington Educators (Session 3/3)

Online via Zoom and Canvas

Join EarthGen's virtual professional development, the final session of a three-part series designed for educators in ESD 171, 105, 101, and 123. Through both asynchronous and synchronous learning, engage authentically with activities and experts to deepen your understanding of how climate change and climate justice impact your community. Analyze recent climate science data with a University of Washington climate scientist, and in the STEM Seminar, explore the complexities of waste, justice, and climate change, identifying actionable steps for your students.

STEM Seminar: A Taste of Food Waste for Western Washington Educators (Session 3/3)

Online via Zoom and Canvas

Join EarthGen's virtual professional development, the final session of a three-part series designed for educators in ESD 114, 113, 112, 121, 189. Through both asynchronous and synchronous learning, engage authentically with activities and experts to deepen your understanding of how climate change and climate justice impact your community. Analyze recent climate science data with a University of Washington climate scientist, and in the STEM Seminar, explore the complexities of waste, justice, and climate change, identifying actionable steps for your students.