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Sunstones at The Lawrence

Exploring Biotech

A video series designed for middle schoolers that highlights the wide range of problems that biotechnology can be used to solve.

Children playing on the DNA sculpture at the Lawrence

Bay Area Mathematics Project (BAMP)

Since 1983, BAMP has offered inspiring professional learning opportunities for K-12 mathematics teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators in Alameda, Contra Costa,, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Solano, and Sonoma counties.

Two children and a staff member are working together during a science activity.

A Partnership for Bay Area Science Education (BaySci)

Focused on district capacity-building, BaySci is committed to improving science education through the development of systems for professional learning, distributed leadership, supportive policies, and giving explicit attention to equitable science teaching and learning.

The Lawrence Hall of Science

Better Environmental Education Teaching, Learning, Expertise and Sharing (BEETLES)

Residential environmental education (EE) programs provide highly memorable, immersive learning experiences for large numbers of students, offering a tremendous opportunity for improving their understanding of the natural world.

Children playing on Pheena the Whale

Outdoor Biology Instructional Strategies (OBIS)

OBIS is an outdoor program that offers young people fun and challenging opportunities to investigate ecological relationships in their local environment.

Students in front of The Lawrence

Reflecting on Practice™ (RoP)

RoP is a professional learning program designed for adoption by informal science learning environments so that all educators in an organization can participate and learn together. The trademarked program immerses all types of educators—veteran and beginning, full-time and part-time, career and seasonal—in discussions about, reflections on, and applications of research and theory on learning and teaching science.