Rick Reynolds created the new “Investigating Ice Age Floods” curriculum in collaboration with the National Park Service, the Ice Age Floods Institute, and other partners. The guide was edited by Krista Reynolds of Engaging Every Student and Janice Elvidge of the National Park Service.
Download the free teacher’s guide here!
Click here for supporting phenomena-based presentations.
Rick Reynolds created CO2Foundation.org in collaboration with the foundation’s leadership. Rick also volunteers as part of their Education Team, and Krista provides consulting on asset management. We share their passion for reducing carbon dioxide emissions and the impacts of extreme weather, as well as the need to pursue carbon sequestration initiatives, such as restoring ecosystems and technological solutions.
Rick Reynolds created the Wahab Training website and edited the content in collaboration with Stéphanie Wahab PhD, MSW.
Rick Reynolds created this educational poster in collaboration with The River Mile Network, an education program of the National Park Service, and Fran Lee. The goal is to help engage students in the Crayfish Study citizen-science project and learning more about their local freshwater ecosystems.
A number of other partners provided helpful feedback on the poster and new curriculum aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core State Standards, including Dr. Eric Larson of the University of Illinois, Janice Elvidge of the National Park Service, Jim Ekins of the University of Idaho Extension Service, and Deborah Berg, retired science educator. We are also offering free training opportunities for educators, so let us know if you would like to learn more about them and/or a free poster!
Rick Reynolds created this new curriculum with hands-on activities about mosquitoes and other disease vectors in collaboration with Clackamas County Vector Control, Oregon State University Extension Service, and other partners. It includes the free teacher’s guide and supporting resources listed here.