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Tap into the wonder of science

What if you had to decide between reading about the monarch butterfly migration and going outside to watch it happen?

Hands-on science education brings a whole new world into focus for students. Research shows that the earlier that happens, the more prepared they’ll be for navigating that world. That’s why we work alongside elementary school teachers across the country to tap into the wonder of science and awaken a new generation of innovators.

Our Approach

Teachers at the center

By bringing together personalized professional learning, outdoor spaces, and easily accessible resources, our proven model is designed to equip teachers with the confidence and know-how they need to transform the outdoors into active labs that bring learning to life in science and beyond. The result? A new student experience.

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Connect the dots to better outcomes

A new way of teaching and learning that transforms the student experience

With the right resources and hands-on support, teachers can integrate engaging, real-world experiences into the regular school day. We’re helping district and schools set change in motion so every student has the opportunity to thrive. 

By working with our partners to build a customized approach with strategies teachers can activate immediately, we help students connect the dots from science learning to critical thinking and problem solving skills that foster a deep understanding of all subjects and the world around them.

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of teachers improved overall instruction


of teachers were more prepared to teach science


of teachers saw increased student engagement


of teachers saw increases in student knowledge

Our Impact

“Research indicates that science only receives about 11% of instructional time. It’s critically important we create opportunities for our students to not just read about, but DO Science while integrating other content areas.”

Teena Hine Director, Learning Design, Out Teach
Meet Our Team
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