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Storytelling matters! In the words of Dr. Eric Umstead, professor of Special Education: "I wasn't good at anything that required memorization and was taught in a direct fashion. I suppose it was my want to spend time on things that mattered to me or someone took the time to explain how it mattered to me. For better or worse, that's why I always try to tie content that matters to stories to people can connect."

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Visit the B-WET 20th-anniversary website for stories that illustrate how the B-WET program has impacted students, schools, and communities over the past 20 years. And look for B-WET posts highlighting #BWET20andGROWING on NOAA Education’s social media and B-WET’s Facebook page on August 8-19.

Students visited the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute to learn how seagrass levels have been impacted in the Indian River.
Students visited the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute to learn how seagrass levels have been impacted in the Indian River. Photo credit: Christian Adair.
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Environmental educator Danny Woolums shares how Lexington youth are connecting with their communities and local ecosystems through the CEE-Change Fellowship.

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In the classrooms at Woodland Pond School, CEE-Change Fellow Aubrae Filipiak uses the KWL discussion framework to introduce new ideas. This stands for Know Wonder Learn and allows students to explore concepts from a place of curiosity while bringing to bear their lived experiences. Aubrae Filipiak uses the same framework to explore the natural intersection of place-based learning and civic engagement.