[Science] Science Opportunities for Week of January 23, 2017

Scott, Richard Richard.Scott at schools.utah.gov
Tue Jan 24 13:29:49 MST 2017

From: Scott, Richard
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 4:03 PM
To: science at lists.uen.org
Subject: Science Opportunities for Week of January 16, 2017

Science  Community Opportunities
January 23, 2017

Here are some great science opportunities for our community! Check out the experiences below to become more engaged in the science community around us.  If you have anything you would like to have included in this weekly e-mail, send the information to Karen Tolley at karen.tolley at schools.utah.gov<mailto:karen.tolley at schools.utah.gov>.

*         A Fly on the Pole: 2017 Antarctic Research Expedition

*         Free Online Trainings - Spring 2017

*         Environmental Youth Award - Applications due March 1, 2017

*         Why Birds Matter - Frontiers of Science Lecture, February 16

*         Hugo Rossi Lecture - February 2, 2017

*         USTA Winter Conference (ONLINE SCHEDULE IS AVAILABLE) - February 10, 2017

*         Nanoscience Research Opportunity - for Middle- and High-School Science Teachers

*         Northern Recharge Conference - February 11, 2017

*         Utah Multi-Tiered System of Supports 2017 Conference - Call for Proposals

*         NAGT Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Awards - Nominate by May 15

  *   BYU Chem Camp - Registration now open
  *   Code.org Computer Science Discoveries Professional Learning Program
  *   Natural History Museum of Utah Workshops - January 2017
  *   The Leonardo Educator Newsletter - January 2017
  *   Breathe Utah - New curriculum available at USTA Conference
  *   National Youth Science Camp - Applications due March 1, 2017
  *   Loveland Living Planet Aquarium Science Video - Do Animals Need Friends?
  *   Expanding Your Horizons Network Workshop - March 11, 2017
  *   Upcoming USEE Workshops
  *   Hoodoo Picture eBook - Available February, 2017
  *   American Modeling Teachers Association Workshops - Summer 2017

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A Fly on the Pole: 2017 Antarctic Research Expedition<http://www.aflyonthepole.com>


I am currently deployed at Palmer Station, Antarctica and I want to invite you and your school (or institution) to follow our outreach website called A Fly on the Pole. Funded by the National Science Foundation, we are studying the largest land animal in Antarctica...any guesses? It's a wingless fly!

As an educator, I am thrilled for the opportunity to help you and your students connect with this extraordinary experience! I will be updating the blog portion of the website daily - with breathtaking photos, movies, and personal accounts of our Antarctic expedition. There are also a variety of educational resources on the site for PreK-12 educators.

Please leave a comment on the blog so I know you are following along! There is also a webpage for educators called "Subscribe" to receive A Fly on the Pole updates. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook @aflyonthepole.

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Natalie Harr Ylizarde

Doctoral Student
Teaching, Learning, Policy, and Leadership (TLPL)
Science Education
University of Maryland, College Park
ylizarde at umd.edu<mailto:ylizarde at umd.edu>


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Applications are now being accepted for the PEYA program.
Applications are due March 1, 2017.
[President's Environmental Youth Award]

The President's Environmental Youth Award (PEYA) recognizes outstanding environmental projects by K-12 youth. The PEYA program promotes awareness of our nation's natural resources and encourages positive community involvement. Since 1971, the President of the United States has joined with EPA to recognize young people for protecting our nation's air, water, land, and ecology. It is one of the most important ways EPA and the Administration demonstrate commitment to environmental stewardship efforts created and conducted by our nation's youth.
Each year the PEYA program honors a wide variety of projects developed by young individuals, school classes (kindergarten through high school), summer camps, public interest groups, and youth organizations to promote environmental awareness. Thousands of young people from all 50 states and the U.S. territories have submitted projects to EPA for consideration. Winning projects in the past have covered a wide range of subject areas, including:

  *   restoring native habitats
  *   recycling in schools and communities
  *   construction of nature preserves
  *   tree planting
  *   installing renewable energy projects
  *   creating videos, skits and newsletters that focused on environmental issues
  *   participating in many other creative sustainability efforts
Evaluation results consistently demonstrate that participation in the PEYA program is frequently a life-changing experience for many of the young people and their project sponsors.
Watch a video on past winners!


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Birds play critical roles for ecosystems and human well-being worldwide.  Birds consume pests, pollinate flowers, disperse seeds, scavenge carrion, cycle nutrients, and modify the environment in ways that benefit other species.
However, the ecological importance of birds and the economic value of their services are not widely appreciated, and many face extinction due to climate change, habitat loss, and introduced species.

By studying birds' ecological functions and ecosystem services, we can understand the environmental consequences of bird declines and extinctions for ecosystems and for the people that benefit from birds' services.


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The USTA Winter Conference Schedule is now available online at: https://2017ustaconferencea.sched.com/
Early Registration has closed but registration is still available at http://utsta.org

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Dear Earth Science Education Enthusiasts -

It is time to celebrate the amazing Earth Science teachers around the USA and in the American Southwest, I am hoping that you can help me find those exemplary teachers who deserve some recognition. As members and leaders in the Geoscience Education community, I am reaching out to you all hoping that you will nominate an exceptional Earth Science teacher who works in Utah, Colorado, Arizona and/or New Mexico. I would love to be able to find teachers in each state to recognize.
As a Colorado earth science teacher and former OESTA winner, I have had the opportunity to celebrate the geosciences in my community. I know other Outstanding Earth Science Teachers who have been able to bring distinction to our science, to education, and to their communities. You can learn more about this award at http://nagt.org/nagt/awards/oest.html.
Your help is needed to stimulate the nomination of the best possible candidates for the honor. If you know a teacher in your state who deserves to be nominated please be sure to complete the form at http://nagt.org/nagt/awards/oest-nom.html by May 15th.
It is very important to document the qualities considered outstanding with attachments, which clearly corroborate the statements in the nomination. Teachers of earth science courses and teachers performing as outstanding earth science teachers in the integrated Science courses are eligible for nomination.

Cheryl L.B. Manning B.S., M.S. Earth Sciences - Geology
NBCT - Honors Earth/Space, AP Environmental, Honors Chemistry
National Earth Science Teachers Association President 2016-2018
Science Education Consultant
clbmanning at mac.com<mailto:clbmanning at mac.com>


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Check out this new and exciting opportunity to incorporate Computer Science curriculum in your classrooms.

The Code.org Computer Science Discoveries Professional Learning Program is an intensive professional learning program for middle school educators who are interested in teaching Code.org's CS Discoveries course either as a semester offering (with an option of a full-year offering). Any teacher with a current teaching license can integrate CS Discoveries into the current Creative Coding 7-8 grade<http://schools.utah.gov/CTE/it/Course-Information.aspx> class.  This program is designed to prepare educators to provide high-quality instruction based on the CS Discoveries curriculum<https://code.org/educate/csd>, tools and approach to students in their classrooms. We are now accepting applications for the 2017-18 Professional Learning Program for Utah! If you would like more information on CS Discoveries, please go to this link<https://code.org/educate/professional-learning/cs-discoveries>.

If you, or a teacher you know, would like the opportunity to be part of the Utah's Cohort for CS Discoveries, please apply at this link<https://goo.gl/forms/o2luoNcKYI6Z7DJd2>.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Brandon Jacobson at brandon.jacobson at schools.utah.gov<mailto:brandon.jacobson at schools.utah.gov> or myself.

Ashley Higgs
CTE K-8 Educational Specialist
Utah State Board of Education
250 East 500 South
PO Box 144200
Salt Lake City, UT 84111-4200

Phone:  801.538.7594
Fax:  801.538.7868

January Workshops at the Natural History Museum of Utah

-          3D Printers: Tips, Tricks, and Why to Use One 1/26

All workshops are FREE for Utah Educators and snacks provided! Register today at: nhmu.utah.edu/educators<http://nhmu.utah.edu/educators>

3D Printers: Tips, Tricks, and Why to Use One
Thursday, January 26th - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm @NHMU
3D printers are all the rage, but are you lost on how and why to use one? This workshop will walk you through the steps of 3D modeling, creating G-Code, and printing the models out, as well as troubleshooting and ideas for incorporating 3D modeling into your standards.
            * Open to ALL teachers of ALL subject areas
            * Earn 2 re-licensure points for attending

Education Program Specialist
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF UTAH | Rio Tinto Center | University of Utah
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108 | www.nhmu.utah.edu<http://www.nhmu.utah.edu>
801 587 3536 office | adarvall at nhmu.utah.edu<mailto:adarvall at nhmu.utah.edu>


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Breathe Utah

At this time of the year we are reminded of the poor air quality we routinely breathe in the valleys of Utah. Breathe Utah is a nonprofit group dedicated to providing every Utah student with basic information about air pollution, how individual actions can make a difference in addressing this problem, and how students can protect themselves.

Your school/organization has the opportunity to invite Breathe Utah to come during the 2016-2017 school year for grade K-12 large and small group presentations or middle school classroom visits (including Earth Science).  Currently our reach is Cache, Utah and Salt Lake County for these presentations.  The classroom lessons have been developed by experienced educators and are being developed, piloted and tested to provide high quality STEM curriculum for middle school students. The new curriculum will be available to teachers through Breathe/PLT workshops and at the Utah Science Teachers Association conference on Feb. 10, 2017.

Breathe Utah's is excited to announce Dawn Monson as our Education Coordinator. Feel free to email her with specific questions. If you would like to schedule a classroom visit or assembly please click on this link<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScAcYrn9ADZVSTjfaY3v7OeDIUhFImVxOV7XAdIvQtI2rbDVA/viewform>.

For updates on Breathe Utah's Education Program and to receive the latest information on transportation, legislation and other efforts to clear the air in Northern Utah, sign up for our newsletter by joining Breathe Utah at http://www.breatheutah.org/join. Breathe Utah's material is developed in collaboration with Utah Clean Cities "Idle Free", Utah Asthma Program, Utah Society for Environmental Education, and UCAIR.

Dawn Monson

Education Coordinator, Breathe Utah

dawn at breatheutah.org<mailto:dawn at breatheutah.org>


National Youth Science Camp  - Apply by March 1, 2017

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New Loveland Living Planet Aquarium (LLPA) Science Video Episode - "Do Animals Need Friends?"

This month's LLPA Science Video Podcast episode focuses on friendship and symbiosis. Friendship contributes to better emotional and physical health in humans. But does this hold true for animals? Do animals need friends? Explore why some animals group up together, discover how having "friends" could help them survive, and learn how different relationships benefit animals in their natural environments.

Utah Core Alignment:

*         Science - 3rd grade: Standard 2, Objective 2

*         Science - Biology: Standard 1, Objective 1 & 3

*         6th Grade SEEd Standard 6.4.2

*         8th Grade SEEd Standard 8.1.3
This video is available on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPmGz_oOig8&index=8&list=PLeCbYASfpaM_R3XZPG3nFPHTW6Gor3S_n or on the Utah Education Network website at http://www.uen.org/loveland/.

Please subscribe to our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0XXG6uPeLiU38BKN0i9BIg


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Upcoming USEE Programs
Award-winning Professional Development opportunities for 2016-17 school year with the Utah Society for Environmental Education. These workshops are eligible for USBE credit/re-licensure hours, and are guaranteed not to be cancelled.

Apply for Utah Green Schools today!

Apply here: http://www.usee.org/programs/utahgreenschools

Put your school on the "map!" Be a part of a growing network with other Utah schools. We now have our Networking Map<http://www.usee.org/programs/utahgreenschools/ugs-networking-map> up on our website. Please fill out the Networking Map Form<http://www.usee.org/programs/utahgreenschools/ugs-networking-form> to be included on the map. (You do not have to be a "recognized Utah Green School to be included on the map.)

View the map here- http://www.usee.org/programs/utahgreenschools/ugs-networking-map

Fill out the form here: http://www.usee.org/programs/utahgreenschools/ugs-networking-form

What is Utah Green Schools?

Utah Green Schools is an environmental education initiative by the Utah Society for Environmental Education to recognize and inspire 21st century sustainable practices in every facet of the schools in Utah including environmental literacy, health and wellness and building facilities.

We have strongly aligned our program to the well-respected, nationwide programs of Green Schools Alliance<http://www.greenschoolsalliance.org/home>, Project Learning Tree GreenSchools<https://www.plt.org/greenschools/> and the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE<https://naaee.org/>).

Why Utah Green Schools?
*  Reduce operational costs of your school
*  Promote health and education of students
*  Provide students leadership and mentoring opportunity
*  Conserve limited resources
*  Strengthen your community
*  Connect to your environment
*  Create a stronger state EE Network among schools & community partners

Other Upcoming USEE Programs:

April 12, 2017
Project Learning Tree: Arbor Day Theme  (K-8)
Location: Red Butte Garden, SLC
*For more information and to REGISTER, please visit: http://www.usee.org/programs/workshops

Save the date for the 27th Annual Utah Environmental Education Conference, April 6-8, 2017, in Logan, Utah! Visit usee.org<http://usee.org> for more information.
*The Call for Proposals is now open for the 27th Annual Environmental Education Conference! To submit your proposal to present, please visit: http://www.usee.org/events/annualconference/callforproposals

We can also come to you and do a workshop just for your school. Please contact programs at usee.org<mailto:programs at usee.org> to schedule.
Please contact Jackie Lowry at programs at usee.org<mailto:programs at usee.org> if you have any questions or would like more information.


Hoodoo Picture eBook Available
Arbordale just uploaded the soon-to-be-released hoodoo picture book into their Fun eReader(r) enhanced ebook format and is providing a link for Utah teachers and media specialists to preview. The Spanish text is still being checked and the Spanish audio won't be done until that checking is complete--it's a work in progress! But it will all be working by the time the book actually releases in February and allows you to see the book in its English format now.

The link to the ebook (under the cover image) will work until the end of January at which time it turns into a pumpkin and disappears. Because this link is not tied to your specific email address, you are welcome to forward this email to other teachers and media specialists so they can preview it too. Thanks.

    Read ebook<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/viewebook.php?e=9781628559620&s=JTD1UK>

The book will be available in February, 2017 in English hardcover and paperback; Spanish paperback; downloadable ebooks in both languages; and in Arbordale's dual-language Fun eReader(r)<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/eBookSiteLicense.php> enhanced ebook format with audio, word highlighting and speed control for beginning or struggling readers and ELL/Dual-language learners.

The geology information in this book was vetted for accuracy prior to publication by Dr. Larry E. Davis, Education Outreach/Geologist at Bryce Canyon National Park. In addition, we worked with elders Glenn Rogers and Clarence John of the Shivwits Band of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah to ensure cultural accuracy and respect. They are 100% onboard with this book.

In addition to the For Creative Minds section, each book also free online educational resources<https://www.arbordalepublishing.com/Resources.php> including 25-40 pages of cross-curricular activities, reading levels, comprehension quizzes, and alignment to standards. The resources for this book are still being gathered but will be live by the time the book releases in February.

Here are some other titles that may also be of interest to teachers in Utah:





Read ebook<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/viewebook.php?e=9781607182979&s=JTD1UK>

Read ebook<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/viewebook.php?e=9781607185628&s=JTD1UK>

Read ebook<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/viewebook.php?e=9781607186670&s=JTD1UK>

Read ebook<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/viewebook.php?e=9781607185598&s=JTD1UK>

For more information, here's a link to our online catalog<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/documents/Catalog.pdf>. If you prefer to sort our books to see which books contain various animals or relate to specific subjects, you can do that by using the "sort" or "search" features found at the top right of our main book homepages<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/bookhome.php>.

Our books are available wherever books are sold. Teachers and librarians can also order directly from us by phone (843 971-6722), email (orders at arbordalepublishing.com<mailto:orders at arbordalepublishing.com>), or fax (843 216-3804). If using our online store<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/catalog.php>, please make sure to register as a "school" to get the education discount. Librarians can always get our books through all major distributors.

Please contact our Education Program Manager, Emily Gooch (emily at arbordalepublishing.com<mailto:emily at arbordalepublishing.com>), or me if you have any questions or if we can help in anyway. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas / Happy Holidays! Donna

Donna German
General Manager
[LeafLogo-30016]<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/>Arbordale Publishing<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/> ... Formerly Sylvan Dell Publishing
612 Johnnie Dodds Blvd., Suite A2
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
843-971-6722 (office), 877-243-3457 (toll free), 843-216-3804 (fax)
donna at arbordalepublishing.com
Catalog<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/documents/Catalog.pdf> and Order Form<http://www.arbordalepublishing.com/documents/OrderForm-Full.pdf>
Science and Math Through Picture Books


American Modeling Teacher Association (AMTA) is announcing their Summer 2017 Modeling Workshops, listed below. The schedule is constantly being updated, and the most current list can be viewed on the AMTA website at: http://modelinginstruction.org/professional-development/upcoming-workshops/.   Workshops and be searched by state and by content area.

*         June 5-23 on Tempe campus:

o   PHS 530/PHY 480: Methods of Teaching Physics I: mechanics

o   PHS 531/ PHY 494: Methods of Teaching Physics II: e&m (Michael Crofton, instructor)

*         June 5-23 at Tempe Preparatory Academy:

o   CHM 594/CHM 480: Modeling Instruction in Chemistry I (Mitch Sweet, instructor)

*         July 5-18 on Tempe campus:

o   CHM 594: Modeling Instruction in Chemistry II (Phil Root, instructor.  2 credits)
Contact: Jane Jackson jane.jackson at asu.edu<mailto:jane.jackson at asu.edu>

*         June 19th to July 7th at Hong Kong International School

o   Mechanics, host and leader Bill Canham
Contact Bill Canham: bcanham at hkis.edu.hk<mailto:bcanham at hkis.edu.hk>

*         June 12-23 at Wheaton-Warrenville South HS

o   Mechanics, leader Jim Stankevitz

o   Chemistry, leader Phil Culcasi

o   Biology, leader Frank Novakowski

o   Middle school, leader George Nelson

*         July 10-21 at Lane Tech High School in Chicago

o   E&M, leader Matt Scheffler
Contact: Jim Stankevitz jimstanke at comcast.net<mailto:jimstanke at comcast.net>

*         Dates and locations TBD

o   Chemistry II, leader Levi Torrison

o   Waves, leaders Don Pata and Laura Ritter

o   Biology; 2 sessions, leaders TBD

o   Middle school: 2 sessions, leader George Nelson

o   Physical Science: 2 sessions, leader Phil Root and Earl Legleiter
Contact: Mike Gallagher: Mike.Gallagher at oakland.k12.mi.us<mailto:Mike.Gallagher at oakland.k12.mi.us>

*         Shakopee HS, Shakopee, July 10-14 and July 17-21, option to take one week

o   Chemistry, one week, leaders LeeAnn Richardson and John Vaden

o   Mechanics, leaders Jim Reichling and Eric Gettrust
Contact Casey Rutherford crutherf at shakopee.k12.mn.us<mailto:crutherf at shakopee.k12.mn.us>

*         Kennebunk: July 24-28 and July 31-Aug 4

o   Chemistry, week 1 and week 2, leader Thomas Pfeiffer

o   Mechanics, week 1 and week 2, leader Shannon McLaughlin

o   E&M: July 24-28, leader Jamie Vesenka

o   Possibly : biology, July 31- Aug 4, leader TBD
Contact: Jamie Vesenka jvesenka at gmail.com<mailto:jvesenka at gmail.com>

*         Siena College in Loudonville, NY is pleased to offer the following Modeling workshops for summer 2017:

o   4 day Introduction to Modeling workshop - E&M: July 10 - July 13 2017

?  costs $30 for lunch

o   2 week Modeling workshop - Mechanics: July 17 - July 28 2017.

?   $650, housing and graduate credit available

o   2 week Modeling workshop - E&M: July 31 - August 11 2017 and dinner option is also available for interested participants.

?  $650, housing and graduate credit available
Contact Darren Broder, host and leader dbroder at siena.edu<mailto:dbroder at siena.edu>

*         STEMteachersNYC, Teachers College at Columbia University

o   E&M Modeling : date TDB

o   Chemistry 2 Modeling: date TDB

o   Mechanics Modeling for NYS Regents courses: date TDB

o   Leader training, by invitation only : July 24-28

o   Assessment/SBG: July 5-7

o   Intro to Modeling: July 10-14

o   Modeling Pyret: by invitation only: July 31- Aug 18

o   Middle School Modeling with focus on physical science  & Earth/space  : date July 31-Aug 18
Contact Fernand Brunschwig fernand at stemteachersnyc.org<mailto:fernand at stemteachersnyc.org>

*         Buffalo State University July 24 - August 11, 2017

o   Content: PHY622 (6cr) Powerful Ideas & Quantitative Modeling in Electricity and Magnetism. Leaders Dave Doty,  Craig Uhrich and/or Meg Helmes
Contact: Dr. Dan MacIsaac macisadl at buffalostate.edu<mailto:macisadl at buffalostate.edu>

*         Bowling Green State University July 10-21

o   physics/chemistry - leaders Nate Ash and Kim Layden

o   Biology - leader Christine Newman
Contact John Laird: laird at bgsu.edu<mailto:laird at bgsu.edu>

*         Ohio State University, June 12-30

o   Mechanics - leaders Brian Carpenter and Charles Deremer

o   Chemistry- Liz Emmer and Tom Wizard

o   Biology -  leader Matthew Kennedy

o   Curriculum development - Heidi Kresge and Rick Jacox
Contact Kathy Harper: Harper.217 at osu.edu<mailto:Harper.217 at osu.edu>

*         June 19-30 At St Thomas High School Houston

o   Content: mechanics: leaders Kay Fincher and Patti Ego

o   Content: chemistry: leaders Erica Posthuma-Adams and Ryan Bruick
Contact Michael Lynch: lynchm at sths.org<mailto:lynchm at sths.org>

*         June 5-23 at Southern Methodist University, Dallas

o   Content: mechanics: leaders Nicholas Park and Dan Garrison
Contact Dr Dalley sdalley at smu.edu<mailto:sdalley at smu.edu>

*         June 26-30 at TC Williams HS, Alexandria

o   Intro to Modeling, leader TBD
Contact Jennifer Lay: jennifer.lay at acps.k12.va.us<mailto:jennifer.lay at acps.k12.va.us>


Please note:  These are opportunities that have been requested to be shared with the Utah science teacher community.  The Utah State Board of Education has not specifically vetted or endorsed the programs shared.  Any concerns or questions should be directed at the organizations associated specifically with the event.


Ricky Scott
K-12 Science Education Specialist
Utah State Board of Education
richard.scott at schools.utah.gov<mailto:richard.scott at schools.utah.gov>
250 E. 500 S.
P.O. Box 144200
Salt Lake City, Utah  84114-4200
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