Learn about the redwood curriculum developed specifically for the North Coast! These lessons are cross curricular and are built to be used in kindergarten through high school. K-5 Place-based Redwood Curriculum for the North Coast Discover a variety of lessons developed for both K-2 and 3-5 learners Activities designed for the classroom, school campus, and […]
As we work to deal with school closures and social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, I have assimilated a selection activities surrounding STEM and Environmental Literacy–all of which can be done at home as part of an independent study. These lessons have been created by local, credentialed educators and celebrate place-based learning in Humboldt County. […]
Students will engage with a two day project that integrates math, science, and art measuring and drawing trees. Using the learning landscape on or near your school campus, students will gain a new perspective on the size of trees around them as well as how they fit to scale with the world’s tallest trees. Students […]
The Sky Trail is a gondola ride through the redwood forests in Del Norte County, near Redwood National and State parks. As we waited in line to board, we were pondering Amusement Ride Mathematics. A few facts for consideration: Passengers are picked up every 2 minutes Each passenger pays, on average, $10 for the ride […]
Project HISI will host a 3 hour mini-conference on April 29th from 8:30-12:00 focused around the project-based curriculum teachers developed during their three years of collaborative efforts.
This list was jointly created by the National Science Teachers Association and the Children’s Book Council and it is the first “Best STEM Books” list yet created. The impetus for the list is the profound difference between the purely-science books on the annual list of Outstanding Science Trade Books and the titles we honor here. […]