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STEM Seminar: Indigenous Knowledge as a Way to Adapt to Climate Change

STEM Seminar: Indigenous Knowledge as a Way to Adapt to Climate Change

Thu, March 11 8:00 AM - Thu, April 15 2021 5:00 PM
  • Event Cancelled

    Due to low registration numbers this event is being a cancelled. Please watch for a similar event in the futre.
    2/3/2021 4:27 PM   Jane Schuyleman  

Presenters

  • Nayiri Haroutunian
  • Shannon Brennan
  • Laura Tyler
  • Dr. Kat Huybers

Description

Come learn with Washington Green Schools in this virtual professional development opportunity designed exclusively for 9-12 teachers in NCESD. Participants will have a chance to authentically engage with activities and experts as they grow their understanding how indigenous peoples, including the Colville Tribe, are adapting to a changing climate. Analyze and interpret recent climate science data with Dr. Kat Huybers, a climate scientist and lecturer from the University of Washington. Model the relationship between global climate change and local environmental and social impacts and explore possible solutions to environmental challenges that you and your students can partake in at home and at school.

 

Teachers will receive a stipend from the ESD upon completion of the entire 8 hour STEM Seminar experience.

Dates

  • Thu, March 11 - Thu, April 15 2021
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    NCESD Region

Registration

Event # 111103

Price
Free
Registered
0 / 60
Registration Ends
Saturday Mar 13, 2021 8:00 AM

This event is cancelled.

Registration is restricted to these groups:
  • ESD 171
  • Brewster
  • Bridgeport
  • Cascade
  • Cashmere
  • Coulee-Hartline
  • Eastmont
  • Entiat
  • Ephrata
  • Grand Coulee Dam
  • Lake Chelan
  • Mansfield
  • Manson
  • Methow Valley
  • Moses Lake
  • Nespelem
  • Okanogan
  • Omak
  • Orondo
  • Oroville
  • Palisades
  • Pateros
  • Quincy
  • Soap Lake
  • Tonasket
  • Warden
  • Waterville
  • Wenatchee
  • Wilson Creek
  • Stehekin
  • LANDMARK
  • PASCAL-SHERMAN
  • DALIAN

Subjects

Science