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Oregon Connections

Oregon Coast educators have access to the Oregon Coast STEM Hub regional license!

Educators, engage your students in career-connected learning! Oregon Connections (OrC) uses the online Nepris platform to connect educators and students with STEM professionals. The Oregon Coast STEM Hub has purchased a regional license for 2020-21 which enables educators from our region to access the platform at no cost. Register for a training to learn what is available and how to use Oregon Connections to expose your students to STEM topics and careers in our region and beyond.

Upcoming Trainings (REGISTER NOW):

  • Thurs, Nov 12, 3:30 - 4:15pm - Intro to OrC
  • Tues, Nov 17, 3-4pm - Intro to OrC & Industry Chats
  • Tues, Dec 15, 3-4pm - Intro to OrC & Industry Chats

 

Past Trainings:

  • Tues, Nov 3 at 4:30pm - Intro to OrC for Elementary
  • Tues, Oct 27 at 4:30pm - Intro to OrC for Middle and High School
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  • Thurs, Oct 29 at 4:30pm - Intro to OrC for school counselors and AVID
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Teaching K-12 Science and Engineering During a Crisis

From the Board on Science Education

Access the book: https://www.nap.edu/resource/25909/interactive/
Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/457901611

The COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in widespread and ongoing changes to how the K-12 education system functions, including disruptions to science teaching and learning environments. The guide "Teaching K-12 Science and Engineering During a Crisis" from the Board on Science Education describes what high-quality science and engineering education can look like during this time of great uncertainty. The publication includes guidance—with an emphasis on the needs of district science supervisors, curriculum leads, and instructional coaches—about how K-12 science and engineering learning experiences can:

  • function during disruptions to education systems;
  • adapt as needed to support students and their families dealing with ongoing changes to instructional and home environments; and
  • remain at high quality or even increase in quality, even if time for instruction is reduced this year.

The guide and video is based on reports from the National Academies that focus on teaching science and engineering in grades K-12. It also incorporates input and examples from educators across the country.

Getting to Know the Oregon Coast STEM Hub

OSTA Newsletter - February 2019

The Oregon Science Teachers Association (OSTA) met with members of the Oregon Coast STEM Hub to learn about STEM Hubs in Oregon, some of our Hub's ongoing projects, our vision for our Hub and our region. Check it out


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