Localizing Your OpenSciEd Secondary Science Unit

Are you looking for an opportunity to map out specific ideas for connecting your OpenSciEd science unit to your region, community, and students?


Would you like to gather in-person with your peers to brainstorm ideas together?


Do you need STEM and Equity Clock Hours?


Join us for a FREE Saturday session (including lunch and travel) on April 27th at the Brightwater Education Center near Woodinville.


Staff from IslandWood, NWESD and OESD will facilitate a series of short introductions to opportunities, followed by ample time to brainstorm and develop ideas for localizing your OpenSciEd Unit to your community. You will have an opportunity to expand on ideas for unit specific related phenomena, adapt unit transfer tasks and develop ideas for connections to local community assets. Leave with a plan for ideas to try out when you teach the unit with your students.


This workshop is a follow up to our online Introduction to Localizing OpenSciEd workshop. If you did not attend that workshop you will be provided a recording to watch before the Saturday session and can earn an additional 1.5 clock hours for doing so.


Register here!


*Though described as being for middle school teachers in PDEnroller, this workshop has been broadened to include high school teachers.