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[RESCHEDULED – TBD] Teacher training — Tracking Energy: Seed to Table to Compost

April 18, 2022 @ 4:30 pm April 20, 2022 @ 6:30 pm

This training has been cancelled for now — please check back in Fall 2022!

Register by April 12th

When: April 18th, 19th and 20th from 4:30-6:30 pm
Who: Whatcom County educators for grades 3 through 8
Where: RE Sources main office, 2309 Meridian St, Bellingham WA 98225
STEM Clock hours: 6
Instructors: Education Specialist Sasha Savoian

Note: This training will be IN PERSON. We are requiring proof of vaccination for COVID-19 and reserve the right to reschedule in an alternative format if COVID-19 circumstances require. If your circumstances disallow you to be vaccinated, please contact us individually.

Tracking Energy is a 3-part professional development series designed to help educators understand food systems; growing, producing, processing and disposing of food. And help students draw connections to climate change and food justice issues. This series will focus on the question: What are we throwing away when we throw away food? Educators (playing the part of a student), will walk through multiple sequential transferable lessons that incorporate creating and revising models, data collection and analysis, and designing solutions. Educators will spend time in multiple learning environments. This series is designed to support 3-D NGSS performance expectations for the 5th-grade band endpoint, though the altered material will be demonstrated to reach middle school.

The lessons in this course are sequential and build off knowledge learned in previous lessons. Attendance for all three days is requested.

As always our programs are free! Please register here by Tuesday, April 12th. Contact Sasha Savoian at if you have any questions.

What teachers are saying:

“Students truly care about the environment and protecting it! This class provides great lessons to work towards solutions.” – teacher, Tracking Energy Fall 2021 participant

“The resources and lessons were relevant and ready to use! yay! I was pleased and my expectations were exceeded-well done!” – teacher, Tracking Energy Fall 2021 participant


April 18, 2022 @ 4:30 pm
April 20, 2022 @ 6:30 pm
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