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SOLS: Urban Forestry

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Urban Forestry K-3 Climate Science Series with ESD 113 (by invitation from ESD113) Attention Formal K-3 Educators! Join Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and our ClimeTime partners for a series of workshops focused on climate science and urban forestry in the southern Puget Sound region. Cohort members will explore the Solutions Oriented

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SOLS: Food Waste

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Food Waste ESD 105 & ESD 171 (Cohort 3-Spanish) (registration will open to the public on 1/19/22) Attention Spanish-speaking K-12 Educators in ESD 105 & ESD 171* Regions! What was the last thing you ate? Did you eat it all? And where did the waste go?  Join Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and our

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SOLS: Solar

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Renewable Energy, Solar Attention all Formal Educators of Grades 3-12 from the ESD123* region!  Join Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and our ClimeTime partners to take a deep dive into renewable energy: solar, focusing on Central and Eastern Washington.* Participants will learn about the Solutions Oriented Learning Storyline format, which includes: centering

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Sustainability Units

Introducing Pacific Education Institute's Sustainability Units Join PEI to learn about our exciting new Middle and High School Sustainability Units! These interdisciplinary units help students think critically about climate science topics, analyze sustainability through the lens of media literacy, and communicate science-based solutions to their communities. These units could be taught together as a semester-long

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FieldSTEM 102: Leadership

FieldSTEM 102: Implementation of FieldSTEM for District and School Leadership (by invitation only) Join PEI to assess FieldSTEM implementation in your school or district, learn about new and on-going opportunities to support your teachers’ professional learning and create plans for the 22-23 school year.

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Sustainability Units

Introducing Pacific Education Institute's Sustainability Units Join PEI to learn about our exciting new Middle and High School Sustainability Units! These interdisciplinary units help students think critically about climate science topics, analyze sustainability through the lens of media literacy, and communicate science-based solutions to their communities. These units could be taught together as a semester-long

Free

SOLS: Regen Ag

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Regenerative Agriculture for Western WA (workshop FULL-waitlist available) Join Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and our ClimeTime partners for a deep dive into Regenerative Agriculture, focusing on the western Washington region. The workshop will be based on our Solutions Oriented Learning Storyline, designed around six guiding principles: Indigenous perspectives, local anchoring phenomena,

Free

SOLS: Urban Forestry

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Urban Forestry K-3 Climate Science Series with ESD 113 (by invitation from ESD113) Attention Formal K-3 Educators! Join Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and our ClimeTime partners for a series of workshops focused on climate science and urban forestry in the southern Puget Sound region. Cohort members will explore the Solutions Oriented

Free

Intro to FieldSTEM

Introduction to FieldSTEM for K-12 Thursday, March 10, 2022, 4 PM to 6 PM Join PEI for an introduction to our FieldSTEM Integrated Learning Model. Explore the components of the model, learn how schools and districts are implementing and consider the value for your students. Participants will receive 2 Washington State approved STEM clock hours.

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SOLS: Regen Ag

Solutions Oriented Learning Storylines: Regenerative Agriculture for Western WA (workshop FULL-waitlist available) Join Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and our ClimeTime partners for a deep dive into Regenerative Agriculture, focusing on the western Washington region. The workshop will be based on our Solutions Oriented Learning Storyline, designed around six guiding principles: Indigenous perspectives, local anchoring phenomena,

Free