Kathryn Baldwin


Eastern Washington University

Dr. Kathryn Baldwin an Assistant Professor of Science Education and Director of the Master in Teaching program at Eastern Washington University where she teaches courses in science methods, natural resources and environmental and sustainability education. Her interests are in preservice and in-service teacher education, Earth science education, environmental and sustainability education, problem-based learning and systems thinking.

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Course Modules (5)

Soils, Systems, and Society part of Soils, Systems, and Society
This inquiry based module is designed for use in a preservice K-8 science methods course, but Units 1-3 could easily be modified for other types of courses. The module promotes geoscientific and systems thinking ...

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Assessment of Module Goals part of Soils, Systems, and Society
Overall Module Assessments Summative Assessment The overarching summative assessment for this module is the "Soils, Systems, and Society Kit" (Kit) and presentation. For this assessment, students ...