The Red River Valley Fair is gradually working up a STEM program and would like to open up to the community to “show off” their STEM projects. Any person who volunteers in our STEM center has the option to bring ONE STEM project to display/interact with during their volunteer shift. If you do not have
Teachers in North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota are invited to attend UND’s third-annual Teacher Training Workshop in GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment). Teachers will learn how to use GLOBE’s hands-on resources in classroom science investigations involving the earth system. This year’s focus will be on two of the GLOBE modules: atmosphere and plant life. Teachers
ND STEM now seeks 2 VISTAs w/desire to learn/use web-development, social media, and personal communication skills to advance the capacity of North Dakota STEM Network to help cultivate a STEM-enabled workforce. These volunteer positions offer the following benefits: Relocation Allowance, Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend, Childcare assistance if eligible, Living Allowance, and
Innovation in Education Selected as Code.org Regional Partners to Receive $615K Investment for K-12 Computer Science Education. America Campaign and Technology & Innovation in Education launch Teachers Teaching Tech, a unique four state partnership with Code.org to bring no cost Computer Science professional development for K-12 educators in Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota.
Click the following to download a PDF of current issue: Dec2017-Jan2018 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.
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