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Teacher Training at Windsor Hills Elementary Middle School

Updated: Dec 22, 2023



3:00- Welcome and Introductions

Alfie Chambers, CEO Co-Founder @Temple X Schools

3:15- Temple X Lanes of Learning Activity 

Terris King II, Founder @ Temple X Schools

3:35- SERC Sound Mapping Activity  

Alison Cawood, Director of Public Engagement @Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

4:00- Group Discussion- Teaching Outdoors & Bringing the Outdoors Indoors

4:30- SERC Plant Activity

Anna Davis, Post Doctoate Fellow @Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

5:00- Teacher Networking


Temple X "Lanes of Learning" Activity

Have you heard of the Baltimore City "Outdoor Bill of Rights"?

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On May 11, 2019, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young signed on to adopt Baltimore’s new Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights (COBOR) at the Office of Sustainability’s annual GreenScape event. 

The Outdoor Bill of Rights was drafted by representatives from 12 city agencies along with community partners and youth input.

Baltimore’s COBOR establishes a commitment by the City and its partners to work towards equitable access to nature for children and outlines the right of every child to reap the benefits of a healthy, accessible environment.

To help students learn about and exercise their rights to the outdoors, we are offering this free COBOR Nature Journal curriculum.

The curriculum covers ten weeks worth of activities suitable for students in kindergarten through 5th grade and provides documentation for which required elements of Baltimore City Public Schools curricular standards each activity fulfills. The activities can be done in any order.

Credit: Baltimore City Office of Sustainbility


What do you wonder?

  • Write an answer

What do you notice?

  • Write an answer


Baltimore Forest School

We study trees from seed to product


Forest Products


Forest Stewardship


Particpatory Science

Downloadable Presentation below.


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