Tools, resources, and research-based processes for selecting, developing, and implementing K-12 STEM curricula, including the ongoing development of professional knowledge and practices.
(note: additional curriculum resources below include the Native American Stories and Science Education Connections project)
Toolbox links redirect to Google Drive documents and folders. Users may download copies of the toolbox resources for their own use.
This document compiles resources shared during the LASER Fall 2022 Workshop: "How STEM Can Support Social-Emotional Learning and Racial Equity." Included are relevant upcoming events; standards, benchmarks, and practices; instructional materials; and podcasts and publications.
This 2.5-day professional learning experience/tool is designed to support district science leaders in the assessment, adoption, and implementation of curriculum and is adaptable for districts in different stages of the process. The tool includes a 30-minute regional introductory session, documents adapted for use by LASER, and resources from NextGen TIME
Native American Stories and Science Education Connections
In addition to tribal stories from across the state, this resource provides alignment to the Next Generation Science Standards and possible lesson suggestions on how these stories can be incorporated into the classroom.
Roger Fernandes, a citizen of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, shares several tribal stories from tribes from across the state and region. Mr. Fernandes has been given permission by the tribes to tell these stories. Transcripts are now available for each of the stories.