Candice Guy-Gaytan


Team member: Candice Guy-Gaytán (Lenape)

Organization: BSCS Science Learning

Currently lives: Reno, NV

Bio

Experience or expertise/projects of note:

research scientist with interests in co-designing learning environments supporting Indigenous pedagogies;  curriculum developer on OpenSciEd Middle School and PeBLES2

Reasons I’m excited about this project:

I’m excited about the opportunities for supporting students and teachers to make sense of a very real issue that is affecting their communities, and for them to ideate on and possibly enact solutions meaningful to their community.

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Image Credits: [Coho Salmon] – Oregon Department of Forestry, CC BY 2.0.      [Peaches] – Ivanna Kykla.     [Pine Nuts] – Dcrjsr, CC BY 3.0.      [Beetlekill and Healthy Trees] – UBC Micrometeorology, CC BY 2.0.      [Pika] – Tiziana Bardelli, CC BY-SA 4.0