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This in-person workshop takes place at the San Francisco Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park (near the California Academy of Sciences). Registration closes June 11, or when full.

Being outside with learners can be rewarding in many ways. How can we preserve the joy and wonder of outdoor learning, while also digging deep into science practices and making connections to classroom learning?

Science notebooks can be a powerful tool for communication, data collection, concept development, and formative assessment. Combined with outdoor experiences, they can also deepen our understanding of--and connection to--the places around us. Join us to enjoy some time outdoors while gaining experience with science practices and notebooking strategies. Explore ways to make science notebooks a bridge between outdoor learning and classroom learning, while valuing the diverse environments around us.

No prior science notebooking experience required.

This workshop is designed for teachers of grades K-12. All educators are welcome.

Thursday, June 13, 2024
9:00 am - noon

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This workshop is generously co-sponsored by the Gardens of Golden Gate Park and hosted in the San Francisco Botanical Garden. 


How do I join?

This in-person workshop takes place at the San Francisco Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco (near the California Academy of Sciences).  The entire workshop takes place outdoors.

Pre-registration is required. Registration includes admission to the Academy exhibits AND the San Francisco Botanical Garden.

Tickets are $35. A limited number of tickets are available, and registration will close on Tuesday June 11, or when full.


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