Discover the long-term positive impact on the field of outdoor science education of the Better Environmental Education, Teaching, Learning, and Expertise Sharing (BEETLES) project in our latest research brief.
Congratulations to Emily Weiss, School Program Director at The Lawrence Hall of Science, honored by UC Berkeley for exceptional, innovative instruction during the pandemic.
Researchers at The Lawrence, in collaboration with WestEd and SRI International, are developing an approach to assessing science learning in first grade. Learn more about the Next Generation Science Assessments for Young Scientists.
Dr. Jennifer Doudna became the first woman from UC Berkeley to win the Nobel Prize, earning the recognition for her co-development of the CRISPR gene editing technique. Read on to learn more, including our efforts at The Lawrence to educate the public about Doudna's incredible work.
. On July 28–29, more than 1,000 outdoor and environmental education program leaders, school and district leaders, and classroom teachers from across the country and around the world gathered on Zoom to discuss the challenges presented by the pandemic.
Our building in the Berkeley hills is currently closed, but our researchers, educators, and staff are hard at work supporting teachers, parents, and at-home learners during the shelter-in-place order. Read about all the resources we have available to support science learning for students at home, families, and both in- and out-of-school educators.