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Spring 2019 Edition Now Online!

Reclaiming Spaces by Sprinavasa Brown 8 Advice for White Environmentalists and Nature Educators by Sprinavasa Brown 11 Earth Connections: Science Through the Seasons by Shea Scribner 12 Embracing the Unfamiliar Through Adventurous Eating with an Equity Lens by Caroline Bargo 15 Utilizing Hanford for STEM Science Lessons by Ginger Wireman 18 Making Science Engaging at […]

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Eating with Equity Lens

Embracing the Unfamiliar Through Adventurous Eating with an Equity Lens By Caroline Bargo Adventure Awaits As I began exploring the IslandWood campus in August it became abundantly clear that the garden would be one of my favorite places here on the 255-acres available to us to teach. As a graduate student at IslandWood’s Education for […]

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Perspectives: Educating as if Survival Matters

Educating as if Survival Matters Nancy M Trautmann Michael P Gilmore BioScience, Volume 68, Issue 5, 1 May 2018, Pages 324–326, https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biy026 Published: 22 March 2018 ver the past 40 years, environmental educators through­out the world have been aiming to motivate and empower students to work toward a sustainable future, but we are far from […]

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A Chance to Make a Difference

A Chance to Make a Difference: Tackling Climate Change in a Middle School Classroom by Angela Duke Northwest Expedition Academy Hayden, Idaho n the days of selfies and social media mania, it is often a difficult job getting middle schoolers to look up instead of down. When I first introduced the topic of climate change […]

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Immersive Storytelling

Immersive Storytelling: A Reminder to Read to Your Students Outside By Hannah Levy Sitting amongst towering cedars as the sun treated us to the last bits of golden hour, our final field study day was coming to a close. We had a hard week, for many of my students, this was their first encounter with […]

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