Jasmine Williamshen shares her love of scientific research and aquatic ecology with middle school students and high school seniors.
We combined digital classroom lessons with a fun field day of in-person data collection to help 7th graders from Sacramento Country Day School design projects focusing on the interactions between biotic and abiotic factors in riparian habitat.
Headwaters Science Institute was excited to be back with students from Sacramento this fall, as we joined the 6th graders of Sacramento Country Day for a week-long program examining how humans and invasive species can affect habitats in an urban environment.
Headwaters was excited to put together a series of Fall Field Days for students in middle and high school. Over the course of four days, 12 students came out to explore the ecosystems around them and engage in outdoor learning after a year spent on Zoom!
We were thrilled to kick the 2021-2022 school year off with the students of San Francisco University High School this September. This program, like all Headwaters’ programs, emphasized the importance of curiosity, communication, and collaboration in the scientific process.
The breadth of research in this publication is a true testament to the creativity of the students in the program!