Leading the way to climate justice in education | 360° VR video

Washington's ClimeTime initiative is an ambitious statewide effort to boost teaching about climate, with University of Washington learning scientists playing a key role. Learn how educators are engaging students in evidence-based critical analysis as they learn about the impacts of climate change in this virtual reality video narrated by Philip Bell, Shauna C. Larson Chair in Learning Sciences and executive director of the UW's Institute for Science + Mathematics Education. Read more in the UW College of Education's Research That Matters magazine: https://education.uw.edu/research-that-matters/2019/climate

A skateboard ride to STEM learning | 360° VR video

Positive early experiences in children’s museums and other informal learning spaces help set the stage for learning in school. University of Washington Professor Kristen Missall discusses her research partnership with Iowa Children's Museum and leads a tour of its "Notion of Motion" exhibit. Missall has partnered with the museum on a transformation of "Notion of Motion" into one of its most engaging, educational and popular exhibits — while spawning research with long-term implications for the way children’s museum exhibits are designed. Read more about the partnership in the UW College of Education's Research That Matters magazine: https://education.uw.edu/research-that-matters/2019/skateboard

The water where we swim | 360° VR video

Caucusing gives University of Washington teacher candidates an opportunity to explore their own racial, sexual and gender identity — and understand how to better serve their students. See what a caucusing session with teacher candidates looks like in this video with commentary from Anne Beitlers, director of the UW’s Secondary Teacher Education Program. Learn more in the UW College of Education's Research That Matters magazine: https://education.uw.edu/research-that-matters/2019/water

Neighbours Alley Holiday Celebration
Leading the way to climate justice in education | 360° VR video
A skateboard ride to STEM learning | 360° VR video
The water where we swim | 360° VR video
Neighbours Alley Holiday Celebration
Leading the way to climate justice in education | 360° VR video

Washington's ClimeTime initiative is an ambitious statewide effort to boost teaching about climate, with University of Washington learning scientists playing a key role. Learn how educators are engaging students in evidence-based critical analysis as they learn about the impacts of climate change in this virtual reality video narrated by Philip Bell, Shauna C. Larson Chair in Learning Sciences and executive director of the UW's Institute for Science + Mathematics Education. Read more in the UW College of Education's Research That Matters magazine: https://education.uw.edu/research-that-matters/2019/climate

A skateboard ride to STEM learning | 360° VR video

Positive early experiences in children’s museums and other informal learning spaces help set the stage for learning in school. University of Washington Professor Kristen Missall discusses her research partnership with Iowa Children's Museum and leads a tour of its "Notion of Motion" exhibit. Missall has partnered with the museum on a transformation of "Notion of Motion" into one of its most engaging, educational and popular exhibits — while spawning research with long-term implications for the way children’s museum exhibits are designed. Read more about the partnership in the UW College of Education's Research That Matters magazine: https://education.uw.edu/research-that-matters/2019/skateboard

The water where we swim | 360° VR video

Caucusing gives University of Washington teacher candidates an opportunity to explore their own racial, sexual and gender identity — and understand how to better serve their students. See what a caucusing session with teacher candidates looks like in this video with commentary from Anne Beitlers, director of the UW’s Secondary Teacher Education Program. Learn more in the UW College of Education's Research That Matters magazine: https://education.uw.edu/research-that-matters/2019/water

Neighbours Alley Holiday Celebration
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