California poppies and grasses in the foreground with cliffs, the Pacific Ocean, and a blue sky in the background
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This is an in-person, outdoor workshop in Golden Gate Park near the Academy of Sciences.

What stories can the soil, water, plants, and animals tell us? What can these stories tell us about California ecology? How can we use these stories to be part of creating a thriving California? Join us outside as we practice strategies that can be used anywhere to learn about our home state.

By exploring the world around us, we can find clues that will tell us about California’s past and present. What we learn can help us to shape solutions that will ensure a thriving California for the future.

Ecology and ecosystems are big concepts. In this workshop you will engage with some strategies that make them both accessible and relatable. These strategies will involve direct interactions with both the natural and the built environment around us.

You will be supported to figure out how the strategies we practice in this workshop might be translated for successful implementation in your unique teaching & learning context.

This workshop is designed for people who work with grades 4-8, but is not limited to that range and all educators are welcome.

Saturday, March 12, 2022
9:00am - 12:00pm (Pacific Time)

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How do I join?

This workshop will take place at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Most of the session will be spent outdoors, and all local health and safety guidelines will be followed.

Pre-registration is required. Tickets are $35 for this 3-hour workshop. A limited number of tickets are available, and registration will close on or before Thursday, March 20, 2022.

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Covid-19 Policies

We are excited to be in-person for this workshop! To ensure safety and comfort for all participants, we will follow all local health and safety guidelines in place at the time of the workshop.

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Image credit: “California Poppies for the California Coast” by Sheila Sund is licensed under CC BY 2.0. Image has been cropped.

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