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Overview

North Central ESD has partnered with EarthGen to bring free training to upper elementary teachers on the “Breathing Easier” science unit. This culturally-responsive unit covers the impact of local air quality issues on families and communities. Teachers receive 5 free STEM clock hours and a $250 implementation stipend with the completion of the program and evaluation tools.

Culturally-responsive

Teach science in a way that connects to your students’ lives and interests through culturally-responsive pedagogy and specific resources for Eastern Washington.Entire unit is available in English and Spanish.

Science-based

While investigating air pollution in their neighborhoods using handheld air-quality meters, students learn the causes of air pollution and why some communities are more impacted than others.

Action-oriented

Students lead their own action project to improve community health in school and at home with guidance from their teacher, NCESD staff, and EarthGen staff.

Date & Time

Wednesday, January 26
3:30pm – 5:30pm

Location

Online, Virtual Event
Hosted via EarthGen Zoom

Clock Hours

5 Clock Hours (STEM) Included + $250 Implementation Stipend

Register Via EarthGen

Staff Resources

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