3-DAY, GREEN DUWAMISH WATERSHED LAB
August 7-9, 9:00-3:30 15 STEM Clock Hours WWU Grades 6-12 All Subjects Practice problem-based learning at the nexus of watershed ecology, salmon stewardship, urban planning, and climate justice, empowering youth agency and ownership of our “watershed address.”
Time & Location
Aug 07, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Location is TBD
About the Event
Participants will be immersed in a series of PBL lesson frameworks including: (1) mapping my watershed address, 2) analyzing equity demographic maps; (3) analyzing case studies of environmental engineering, (4) designing neighborhood-scale green stormwater infrastructure improvements, and (5) establishing adopt-a-site pedagogies for engaging students in hands-on ecological restoration near their school. Participants will gain skills in facilitating the impact project design process including engaging stakeholders, impact data tracking, and impact storytelling. The Lab convenes teachers, student leaders, and subject matter experts from industry, government, and nonprofit sectors to ensure a rich learning exchange including both online and in-person learning.