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Are you struggling to integrate engineering into your STEM classroom? Look no further than Biomimicry design! Biomimicry designs solutions to real-world problems using inspiration from nature. In this activity, students will watch a video on
Subjects:
Science, Environment, Engineering
Grades:
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Games
$3.00
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It can be very hard for youth to tell the difference between their needs and wants. This is partly due to shopping malls, advertising, and peers who are always finding new "must have" items. Yet, recognizing the difference is important to finding
Subjects:
Other (Social Studies - History), Economics
Grades:
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Other
$3.00
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This fun nature craft can be a good introduction to the concept of symmetry in 4th grade geometry. And, while it's a great fall art and craft activity, you could easily do it any time of the year.In this hands-on lesson plan on symmetry, the teacher
Subjects:
Geometry, Visual Arts
Grades:
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Fun Stuff
CCSS:
1.G.A.1, 1.G.A.2, 4.G.A.3
$3.00
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Phenology is the study of patterns in nature. One way to teach children about phenology is through a wheel that shows how the change in seasons are connected. The Phenology Wheel is an easy-to-use graphic organizer that displays the how plants and
Subjects:
Biology, Environment
Grades:
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Types:
Graphic Organizers, Activities, Printables
$3.00
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By Educate Regenerate
DescriptionActivities for social emotional learning are hard to find for middle and high school students. But look no further! With this Growth Mindset Activity students will improve self-awareness, self-management, and goal-setting. This lesson
Subjects:
Life Skills, Character Education, Classroom Community
Grades:
8th, 9th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Posters, Activities
$3.00
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Overview: In this highly customizable lesson or mini-unit, students explore the flow of stormwater on their school grounds, practice map-making, and identify potential sources of stormwater pollution. Depending on time and desire, this investigation
Subjects:
Science, Earth Sciences, Social Studies - History
Grades:
8th, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities
$3.00
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This hands-on lesson involves multiple short activities that can be modified as needed. Participants experience a variety of different kinds of seeds, play games, plant, make art, and discuss what seeds are, how they travel, what they need to grow,
Subjects:
Science, Earth Sciences, Arts
Grades:
Homeschool, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual)
$3.00
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This Weather Wheel allows students to visually represent an entire year's worth of weather data in a cyclical form. Using the Weather Wheel promotes:recognizing weather patterns and trendsidentifying and predicting weatherrecording data visuallyTo
Subjects:
Science, Earth Sciences
Grades:
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Printables
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Based on Understanding by Design, but geared towards informal educators. With additional sections to ensure your lesson is hands-on, and with other elements removed.
Subjects:
For All Subject Areas
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual)
FREE
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This Middle School Permaculture Science Scavenger Hunt interactive activity uses sorting cards and a scavenger hunt to teach middle school students about the different layers of a food forest. By the end of the lesson, students will be able to use
Subjects:
Science, Biology, Environment
Grades:
5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Task Cards, Handouts
$3.00
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

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MY TEACHING STYLE

Holistic Inquiry-Based Experiential Contemplative Trauma-informed Critical Pedagogy Place-Based

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Dilafruz Williams Award for Excellence in Leadership for Sustainability Education | Portland State University Career & Technical Education Teacher Externship | SOESD Project-Based Learning Certificate | PBLWorks STEM Beyond School | STEM Oregon Advanced Permaculture for Educators Certificate | Institute for Permaculture Education for Children Urban Permaculture Design Certificate | City Repair Certified Facilitator | Oregon Natural Resources Education Program Nature University Graduate | Portland METRO Systems Thinking for Teachers Certificate | Oregon Natural Resources Education Program Certified Green Classrooms Professional | USGS

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

M.S. in Educational Leadership & Policy, focus on Leadership for Sustainability Education Oregon Pk-12 Social Studies Teaching License Advanced Certificate in Permaculture for Youth and Child Educators B.A. in Sociology, minor in Spanish & Education

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm an educator, curriculum designer, gardener, systems designer, and dreamer. I've taught in forests, prisons, barns, living rooms, community gardens, and just about everywhere in between. And there's been some classrooms in there, too, of every size and shape imaginable. In 2020 I founded Educate Regenerate to share sustainability education with educators, organizations, and my community. My passion for sustainability education sparked over a decade ago when I took a life-changing summer job as a park ranger in my hometown in the Columbia River Gorge. I not only fell in love with the landscape (have you seen Multnomah Falls?), but also with talking to visitors and watching their eyes light up when they felt that primal connection to place, history, and the earth. After that I was hooked. I went on to earn my teaching license, and taught K-12 classes with an emphasis on social justice issues, globalization, and consumerism. But I felt restricted by what I could teach, and struggled to engage my students through lectures and worksheets. I knew there was something missing That’s when I discovered sustainability education. Its radical approach struck me right in the heart, and I knew this was the work I was called to do. It completely turned my world upside in the best way possible, challenging my assumptions about what students were capable of, what learning could look like, and what the purpose of education even is in the first place. As an educator, sustainability education gave me permission to be my full self with my learners; to place equal--if not more--emphasis on the *how* and *why* of learning as the *what*; and it gave me hope in the future, knowing that these compassionate, inquisitive, and fearless learners would one day be in charge. Using sustainability education practices, I’ve collaborated with school and program leaders to help them transform their teaching practice and design learning experiences that are engaging, authentic, and life-changing--for both the students and teachers. Today, I'm still teaching youth and adults, and I'm also sharing this transformative pedagogy with others through my consulting and design business Educate Regenerate. In addition, I'm slowly growing a Permaculture Learning Garden on my property, which I plan to use as a a community hub for education, gathering, and food security. Outside of work, I can often be found getting dirty in my garden, exploring trails with my deaf rescue pup Wilbur, learning new crafts, or experimenting in the kitchen. I grew up along the Columbia River between Mt Hood and Mt Adams, in the agricultural community of the Hood River Valley. Today I call the Rogue Valley home, between the Siskiyou and Cascade Ranges and along the Rogue River; and on the unceded lands of the Takilma and Cow Creek Umpqua.

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