Become a Code.org Facilitator! Code.org recognizes the need for highly-qualified, flexible, and knowledgeable facilitators who can develop and support the next generation of computer science (CS) educators. That’s why we’re seeking candidates interested in joining our Facilitator Development Program for the 2018-19 school year. What is the Facilitator Development Program? The Code.org Facilitator Development Program is an
Click the following to download a PDF of current issue: Oct-Nov 2017 Issue of ND DPI’s ‘STEAM: STRATEGIES THAT ENGAGE ALL MINDS’ If you are interested in sharing YOUR STEAM educational activities, please contact Beth Larson-Steckler.
GOVERNOR SEEKS HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS FOR NATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS Bottineau – Governor Doug Burgum appointed Glenda Fauske from the Coalition for Conservation and Environmental Education to serve as North Dakota’s selection coordinator for the 2018 National Youth Science Camp (NYSC). Two high school seniors will receive a full scholarship to exchange ideas with scientists
ND Game and Fish Department, in partnership with Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is giving out grant money for school pollinator gardens (see below). Please share this information with other teachers/schools that may be interested. The deadline to apply is December 1. Urban Pollinator Program (UPP) Facilitators: North Dakota Game and Fish and the Natural
There are 3 levels available in the 2018 Farm to School Grant Request for Applications (RFA): Implementation ($50-100K); Planning ($20-50K); and Training ($20-50K). October 16 is 1st webinar. Award announcement May/June 2018. Consider this unique opportunity for local communities to develop their own real-life, project-based, STEM-learning program.
Request for Proposals North Dakota STEM Network Title: Regional STEM Days for Students (Click here to download as PDF) Goal/Purpose: To encourage educational entities and business/industry partners to participate in STEM activities/projects for K-12 students within each of the five designated ND STEM Network Regions (see Map). Eligible Recipients: K-12 districts, Area Career and Technology Centers,
Click the following to download a PDF of current issue: Aug-Sept 2017 Issue of ND DPI’s ‘STEAM: STRATEGIES THAT ENGAGE ALL MINDS’ If you are interested in sharing YOUR STEAM educational activities, please contact Beth Larson-Steckler.
STEAM: STRATEGIES THAT ENGAGE ALL MINDS April-May2017 In order to capture the numerous exciting innovative initiatives and activities at both a state level and a local level, the STEAM newsletter (originally Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) is officially changing to STEAM: Strategies that Engage All Minds. The newsletter will continue to focus on the
Consider hosting a screening of MLTS, or be on a panel/share video of your innovative practices at ND STEAM 2017. If your school, district or group is interested in hosting a screening of Most Likely to Succeed at no cost, please contact Beth Larson-Steckler at (701)328-3544 or Shauna Greff at (701)328-2958. Contact NDDPI to alert