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OpenSciEd teacher training at Evergreen Public Schools’ headquarters promotes new perspectives

Student-led, project-based approach is expanding throughout Washington

By , Columbian staff writer
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Bridget Burke of Central Kitsap Middle School drops a store-bought bath bomb into water while taking part in an instructional seminar as part of the state's new OpenSciEd initiative, which engages in project-based learning in science, at Evergreen Public Schools' headquarters in Vancouver on Tuesday afternoon. The teachers were learning more about the chemical reactions in the bath bomb.
Bridget Burke of Central Kitsap Middle School drops a store-bought bath bomb into water while taking part in an instructional seminar as part of the state's new OpenSciEd initiative, which engages in project-based learning in science, at Evergreen Public Schools' headquarters in Vancouver on Tuesday afternoon. The teachers were learning more about the chemical reactions in the bath bomb. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Every once in a while, it’s healthy for teachers to step into the shoes of their students.

Dozens of teachers from across the state did just that Tuesday to learn about a new science curriculum that focuses on high-engagement, exploratory learning. The professional development seminar was held at Evergreen Public Schools’ headquarters in Vancouver.

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