• 30-minute video science lesson with homework and pre-lesson assignments.
  • Lessons will work as a stand-alone piece but will follow a similar theme for several weeks.
  • Lessons are designed to have students interact with the content, ask questions, and practice critical thinking skills.
  • Students will be encouraged to submit their work to us and we will regularly share strong submissions.

Office hours for follow up questions: Wednesdays from 11am-12pm PST we host office hours to help students with any questions about these assignments. Office hours for teachers are 3pm-4pm PST. Join us on Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ygn-wgfh-hso

Get more in-depth in Google Classroom: This option is open to anyone looking to regularly submit assignments and interact with our teachers. To join google classroom, use the code “qgdutkh”. For questions, contact our facilitator Spencer Eusden: Spencer@HeadwatersScienceInstitute.org. Google classroom support can be found here


Videos are posted in order of newest to oldest below.

Episode 2: How Scientists Study Phenology | March 30, 2020
Materials needed: Paper, pencil, your list of science questions from Lesson 1, this worksheet and data table.

Episode 1: Asking Questions About Phenology | March 23, 2020
Materials needed: Paper and pencil 

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