[Science] Science Opportunities for Week of May 8, 2017

Johnson, Caren Caren.Johnson at schools.utah.gov
Mon May 8 08:29:39 MDT 2017


Science  Community Opportunities
May 8, 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 Caren Johnson @ caren.johnson at schools.utah.gov<mailto:caren.johnson at schools.utah.gov>

UPCOMING DEALINES FOR MAY:


HAPPENING THIS WEEK:



ONGOING GENERAL INFORMATION:

*         SAGE Test for SEEd  Standards Information

*         From NASA to Your Classroom

*         Natural History Museum of Utah - Free online resource for middle school teachers

*         Star Smart University - We bring the Field Trip To Your School

*         Global Exploraton for Educators Organization (GEEO)

*         Utah Nature Explorers

*         Utah Master Naturalist



MAY 2017

*         The Leonardo’s Educator Newsletter - MAY 2017

*         Utah Water Watch Volunteer Training -May 20, 2017

*         USDA Forest Service has a FREE Science program - May 17, 2017

*         2017 Genetic Counseling Career Camp - May 20, 2017

*         Project Learning Tree - Breathe Utah - May 20, 2017


JUNE 2017

*         Teacher on Public Lands (Moab) - Summer Opportunity (eight to ten weeks) - June - August 2017

*         STEM Action Invites You to Save the Date - Super Tours - June 1 - 9, 2017 --- Applications opened on April 3, 2017 - Space is limited

*         USTA Summer Endorsement Courses - June 2017 (June 5, June 12, June 18, June 25, June 26)

*         Stream Side Workshop for all educators - June 6, 2017 - August 1, 2017

*         2017 Refuges Bridge Program -University of Utah - June 12 - August 2, 2017

*         Astro Camp Ogden City School District - June 8 - July 14, 2017 (overnight camps and day camps)

*         2017 K-5 - Earth Science/STEM Teacher Leadership Academies - June 25 - 30, 2017

*         Canyon Country Discovery Center - Summer Camps, Bluff Utah

o   Art and Science on the San Juan River Summer Camp - June 21 - 24, 2017

o   Earth, Water, and Sky Summer Camp - June 27 - 30, 2017

*         Hands-on training for AP Science Teachers - June 26 - 20, 2017 ***New this week

JULY 2017

*         2017 Biotechnology Summer Academy for High School Students - July 10 - 14, 2017

*         USTA Summer Endorsement Courses -July 2017 (July 10, July 25)

*         Coding For Conservation summer camp at Utah’s Hogle Zoo - July 17 - 21, 2017

*         Aquaponics 101 Teachers Workshop in Auburn, Alabama - July 17 - 21, 2017


AUGUST 2017

*         Canyon Country Discovery Center - Summer Camps, Bluff Utah

o   Youth Backpacking, Culture, and Service in the Abajo Mountains - Aug 6 - 12, 2017 and August 13 - 19, 2017

*         SimScientists Crosscutting Concepts: Progressions in Earth Systems (REAL) - Middle Grades Science Teachers Needed!  School Year 2017 - 2017


SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER

*         Archaeology opportunity for high school students and teachers this fall - September - October, 2017




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ONGOING GENERAL INFORMATION:

Information about the development of SAGE tests for SEEd Standards


If you are interested in keeping up-to-date on what is happening with SAGE science development for the new Grade 6-8 SEEd standards, join the Utah Science Cluster Development email list. All announcements about development and teacher workshops will come through this list.  Whether you want to attend the workshops or not, stay informed from the source.  Please share the link with any science educators in Utah.  Just go to it and sign up:

[Ricky Scott  K-12 Science Education Specialist  Utah State Board of Education  richard.scott at schools.utah.gov  250 E. 500 S.   P.O. Box 144200  Salt Lake City, Utah  84114-4200]<mailto:richard.scott at schools.utah.gov>https://lists.uen.org/mailman/listinfo/utahscienceclusterdevelopment

Scott Roskelley
Educational Specialist, Science
Assessment and Accountability
Utah State Board of Education
250 East 500 South
P.O. Box 144200
Salt Lake City, UT  84114-4200
Phone: 801-538-7663
Fax: 801-538-7845
To subscribe to the Science Teacher mailing list for emails about Utah science events, opportunities, and professional development visit: https://lists.uen.org/mailman/listinfo/science

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Travel the world affordably, earn professional development credit, and bring global understanding into your classroom!

Founded in 2007, Global Exploration for Educators Organization (GEEO)<http://geeo.us13.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=4340e2548aa5733e84086edac&id=f6c942c079&e=1c8a7a9a65> is a 501c3 non-profit organization that has sent over 1600 teachers abroad on adventurous travel programs. With GEEO educators can earn professional development credits and optional graduate credit while seeing the world. GEEO's trips are 7 to 21 days in length and are designed and discounted to be interesting and affordable for teachers. In addition to amazing tour leaders, many of the programs are accompanied by university faculty that are experts on the destination. The deposit is $250 for each program and then the final payment is due 60 days before departure.

GEEO also provides teachers educational materials and the structure to help them bring their experiences into the classroom. The trips are open to all nationalities of K-12 and university educators, administrators, retired educators, as well as educators’ guests.

GEEO is offering the following travel programs for 2017: Bali/Lombok, Bangkok to Hanoi, Costa Rica, Eastern Europe, The Galapagos Islands, Greece, Iceland, India/Nepal, Bhutan, Ireland, Armenia/Georgia, Multi-Stan, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Peruvian Amazon, Peruvian Andes, Southern Africa, Vietnam/Cambodia, and the Balkans. The registration deadline is June 1st, but space is limited and many programs will be full well before the deadline.

Detailed information about each trip, including itineraries, costs, travel dates, and more can be found at www.geeo.org<http://geeo.us13.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=4340e2548aa5733e84086edac&id=c25e013061&e=1c8a7a9a65>. GEEO can be reached 7 days a week, toll-free at 1-877-600-0105<tel:1-877-600-0105> between 9 AM-9 PM EST.
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Utah Nature Explorers helps you share Utah’s amazing natural world!
Utah Nature Explorers<https://extension.usu.edu/utahnatureexplorers/> is a new program that provides the essential tools to share Utah’s natural world with your students.  Lesson plans are available for download, and books and field equipment are available to borrow through our online reservation system.  While books are sent by mail across Utah, field equipment can currently be picked up from four locations- Logan, Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Park City.
We plan to grow Utah Nature Explorers over time to include even more lesson plans and sites where you can borrow field equipment.  If you have any lesson plans of your own that you would like to share with other teachers, or any questions about the program, please contact Mark Larese-Casanova at marklc at usu.edu<mailto:marklc at usu.edu>.   Utah Nature Explorers is a Utah State University Extension program that complements Utah Master Naturalist<http://extension.usu.edu/utahmasternaturalist/>, our adult education program that promotes understanding and stewardship of Utah’s watershed, desert, and mountain ecosystems.

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Announcing Utah Nature Explorers!








Helping you share Utah's natural world




Utah Nature Explorers<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=0013FbQ6r7UMuOJYtZiPipPe6Yq4qMoDSXxBP5XyC1PMcf3GJ_43i06LrM4dHeAQKKdDJquRjT5rOyEgaAn9z1SzWMWYsVQ40IKPXMxMK3jsjyVKzoTEg6tIK57AqBYVQWouXkRx1DtXd1NYrC_maPE0zdafIqtZAD4xgSZA3Ut4npC_gPFiCwSKQ==&c=Wk_NgvHfM0yLTikYX2fbEILQLXKCrlJpw7PvE7cmYu6vW_1Ml82v5w==&ch=--mxb7wypTyydZPxWXQaA9tanLuD74i_XBeRx9LKzeyuytLOtlvw5g==> is a new program that provides the essential tools to share Utah’s natural world with your students.  Lesson plans are available for download, and some of you might even recognize a lesson plan as one that you created as a Utah Master Naturalist!  Books and field equipment are available to borrow through our online reservation system<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=0013FbQ6r7UMuOJYtZiPipPe6Yq4qMoDSXxBP5XyC1PMcf3GJ_43i06LrM4dHeAQKKdrY6m4hQ5JSh9xZDNnWzx_nZARyUVz01otbJrVJIIpKOwrwyXMYqe-PL9YQ-Fj5u5bvCQAQtLjHq5Jz7aeZD4gJLfH92ojQmQjcgWZjjpT0DzG9FhjKYNvA==&c=Wk_NgvHfM0yLTikYX2fbEILQLXKCrlJpw7PvE7cmYu6vW_1Ml82v5w==&ch=--mxb7wypTyydZPxWXQaA9tanLuD74i_XBeRx9LKzeyuytLOtlvw5g==>.  While books are sent by mail across Utah, field equipment can currently be picked up at four locations:
1.     Utah State University in Logan
2.     Ogden Nature Center
3.     Salt Lake County Extension in Salt Lake City
4.     Swaner EcoCenter in Park City
We plan to grow Utah Nature Explorers over time to include even more lesson plans and field equipment sites.  If you have any lesson plans of your own that you would like to share with other teachers, or any questions about the program, please contact Mark Larese-Casanova at marklc at usu.edu<mailto:marklc at usu.edu>.




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MAY 2017


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BECOME A UTAH WATER WATCH VOLUNTEER

Educators, join us for a Utah Water Watch training in several locations around the state to learn about watersheds, water quality and simple monitoring techniques.  We will be adding additional dates and locations, so contact us about a workshop in your location.

This citizen monitoring program is a great activity to do with your students and complements Stream Side Science curriculum<http://streamsidescience.usu.edu/>.   Local data collected by volunteers is also available use by visiting https://uww.usu.edu<https://uww.usu.edu/>.

Volunteers who decide to participate will receive a monitoring kit, collect monthly data at a local water body and enter data into a public database.   To learn more, visit http://extension.usu.edu/utahwaterwatch.

Use this form to RSVP<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeb1GANDcKCAzG2gBx9DqLSOgvSsx2im3N8Rw3pVxOWus2PFw/viewform?usp=sf_link>. Contact us for more information at waterquality at usu.edu<mailto:waterquality at usu.edu> or 435-797-2580.

NEW DATES ADDED:

Herriman - Herriman Library - Saturday, May 27th

Roosevelt - USU Roosevelt Campus - Wednesday, July 19th


Thanks!
Ellen
Ellen Bailey

Water Quality Program Coordinator
USU Water Quality Extension / Watershed Dept.
Salt Lake Office: 801-536-4432 / Logan Office: 435-797-2580
extension.usu.edu/waterquality

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The USDA Forest Service has a FREE Science program that is taking place from 11 a.m. - 12 noon Mountain time in English and from 12:30-1 p.m. in Spanish on May 17, 2017 from the Pawnee National Grassland and everyone can tune in.  Is it possible to let your parents, students and teachers know they can tune in live?

For teachers and students, several resources are available to learn more about grasslands. Check out the web site at www.grasslandslive.org<http://www.grasslandslive.org> for links to citizen science activities, information about grasslands, lesson plans, and more.  This is interactive and we hope many students and teachers will also ask questions during the show via computer as we will have experts there to answer all types of questions about grasslands, animals and birds, oil and gas, seeds, etc. Got a question about grasslands?  Ask a scientist at:  http://grasslandslive.org/students/ask-a-scientist

There is a really interesting program.  We really need help getting the message out and hope you might be able to help spread the word.  It’s free and teachers/students can register now at www.grasslandslive.org<http://www.grasslandslive.org> You can also show the webcast on your in-house public access TV. I can give your technician the satellite coordinates.

This project started two years ago when the Forest Service wanted to study how birds migrate from grasslands in the Northern Hemisphere from the United States to Mexico and South America. They ran a live show from the Janos National Reserve in Mexico on October 27 and the counterpart will air on May 17, 2017 from Colorado, specifically from the Pawnee National Grassland.

GrasslandsLIVE is a free virtual field trip and distance learning adventure geared towards students, teachers and people interested in the environment and wildlife of North America’s grasslands.  A one-hour show will be live from Pawnee National Grassland in  English from 11 am - noon and in Spanish from 12:30- 1 p.m.  People can watch it at https://GrasslandsLIVE.org or www.cbsdenver.com<http://www.cbsdenver.com>


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2017 Genetic Counseling Career Camp





Interested in the genetic counseling profession? Wondering how to find the best graduate  program  for  you? Join  us  for

the  5th Annual  Genetic  Counseling Career Camp on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the University of Utah!

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Learn more about:


*        Why genetic counseling is an exciting career!

*        Variety of job opportunities available to genetic counselors

*        Current genetic counseling graduate school programs

*        Tips for applying to graduate school
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Where: University of Utah Union: Parlor A

200 S Central Campus Drive, SLC, UT 84112

When: Saturday, May 20; 10:30 am-4:30 pm

Cost: $35 (lunch is included)



To  learn  more and receive e-mail updates, visit: www.utahgc.org<http://www.utahgc.org/>
and email: careercamp at utahgc.org<mailto:careercamp at utahgc.org>




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JUNE 2017

TEACHER ON PUBLIC LANDS (MOAB) - Summer Opportunity

Join the Bureau of Land Management team in protecting our public lands and promoting hands on learning through some of the United States’ most treasured paleontological and geological resources...become a Teacher on the Public Lands.

Southeastern Utah Teachers on the Public Lands Description
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Canyon Country District Office is looking for an educator to apply for the Teacher on the Public Lands - Hands on the Land (HOL) Program.

The Teachers on the Public Lands program was developed by the BLM’s Hands on the Land program and the University of Colorado (UC) Denver to provide professional development opportunities for teachers and educators by placing them as “interns” at the selected BLM HOL site.

This project will last approximately eight to ten weeks between June and August 2017 and includes a 160 hour field experience with the BLM and complete on of an online graduate level course in experiential education. Upon successful complete on of the course and field experience the educator will receive a $2200 professional development s pend. The educator will also receive a full waiver of the UC Denver course credits and tech fees. Lodging may be available for early applicants. All office work is based out of Moab, Utah.

The major outcome of the TPL educators’ field experience will be to work with BLM staff to build the Canyon Country District Paleontology Program education and outreach efforts through the development of a Paleontology specific Scouting activity. This scout activity would be available to all school age children and would involve the completion of a regionally specific paleontology lesson that would teach both science concepts and site stewardship. We wish to utilize our various paleontology public lands sites within our district as outside laboratories, where we teach stewardship, monitoring, and site-based science. The lessons will meet the Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) in the Utah State Science Core Curriculum for K-12 audiences.

Responsibilities include:
* Conduct independent research on varied topics for the purpose of developing resource education programs. Learn about public lands resources.
* Complete projects that include development of curriculum-based learning activities relevant to both public land resources and the teaching needs of their school district or organization.
* Complete the online course “Experiential Learning in the Parks” offered by the University of Colorado - Denver. Upon completion the educator will receive three graduate course credits. All fees and tuition are covered by the Teachers on the Public Lands Program.
*  Work at HOL sites in roles mutually agreed upon by the educator and the local HOL site manager.
*  Develop activities based on their experience to use in their school districts or learning facilities, and at the HOL outdoor classroom.
* Mentor BLM staff on lesson development, partnering with schools, and other educational components.
* Work to understand and support resource management efforts and articulate them in their schools/ districts.

In addition, the Teacher on the Public Lands will be introduced to the Bureau of Land Management as a whole and experience the agency’s mission firsthand. Around once a week the educator will get a chance to get out in the field with different specialists (wildlife biologists, geologists, hydrologists, BLM law enforcement rangers, range specialists, outdoor recreation planners and others). It will be a great way to see and explore the unique values in the BLM Canyon Country District Office. The educator will receive on the ground, firsthand, well-rounded job experiences to see how BLM manages the Public Lands. It is then encouraged that the educator take those experiences back into the classroom and teach their students what their summer position of being a Teacher on the Public Lands consisted of.

The Canyon Country is located in southeastern Utah. The areas geology consists of rocks ranging in age from Paleozoic (Pennsylvanian) through Late Mesozoic (Late Cretaceous) sedimentary units. Triassic - Cretaceous units are highly fossiliferous, containing plants, animals and trackways. Many classic geological features and global tourist destinations are nearby, such as Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Deadhorse Point State Park, and the La Sal Mountains. The Moab Area is enjoyed by the local population as well as visitors from the United States and many foreign countries. Over two million visitors each year enjoy the spectacular desert landscape, along with climbing, biking, hiking, and off‐highway‐vehicle opportunities.

The BLM is the largest administrator of public lands in the West. It adheres to the policy of multiple uses, thereby providing recreational opportunities, protection for paleontology sites, and the management of natural resources, including wildlife. In 2009 the Paleontological Resources Preservation Act was passed, instructing the Secretary of the Interior to manage and protect paleontological resources on Federal land using scientific principles and expertise, and to develop plans to increase public awareness about the significance of paleontological resources.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and brief cover letter stating your interest to the Canyon Country District Paleontologist, ReBecca Hunt-Foster, at rhuntfoster at blm.gov(link sends e-mail)<mailto:rhuntfoster at blm.gov>. Call (435) 259-2179 for questions.

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Save the Date!

Super Tours 2017



Intermountain Healthcare, the Utah STEM Action Center, and the Utah State Board of Education have teamed up to provide Utah high school teachers with an opportunity to experience STEM careers. Learn through hands-on activities at 4-5 industry/education sites during your choice of our free, two-day tours.



Super Tour Dates

[http://stem.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/STEM-Logo-Action-Center-With-Action-Center-1.png]Southwest Utah- June 1 and 2

Northern Utah- June 5 and 6

Salt Lake Valley- June 8 and 9



Teacher Teams

Apply in teams of 3-5, representing at least three different STEM subjects from the same school



Teacher Incentives

Receive a $200 stipend and earn relincensure points upon completion of one lesson plan inspired by the Super Tours



Applications open Monday, April 3rd at 8:00 am. To apply, please visit stem.utah.gov/supertours<http://click.icptrack.com/icp/relay.php?r=48883406&msgid=460707&act=SERC&c=750988&destination=http%3A%2F%2Fstem.utah.gov%2Fsupertours%2F>. Space is limited, so don't wait!



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USTA Summer Endorsement Courses:

USTA offers week-long endorsement courses over the summer months in partnership with Brigham Young University, Utah Valley University, and Southern Utah University.  All courses are taught by highly qualified instructors that have experience in K-12 classrooms like yours.  The classes are designed to be hand-on and inquiry based so that teachers can learn the lessons/techniques and take them back to use in their classrooms.

Each class lasts for only one week (usually Monday to Friday) and most cost $550 for current USTA members ($250 more for Non-current USTA members).  This cost covers the price of the instructor, class location, supplies, food (lunch and snacks), and university credit recording fees.  The Astronomy & Geology courses held at the UVU Capitol Reef Field Station will cost an additional $100 for overnight lodging and meals.  Students in all other courses are required to find their own housing if necessary.  REMEMBER, most principals are happy to cover the cost of summer courses and credit fees if it a necessary part of an SAEP or if teachers approach them early and can show them how it will help their school's science department and students.  Don't be scared to ask, the worse that can happen is you are told "not this year".

All course are scheduled but depend on enrollment.  (10 participants is the minimum number to run a course, so encourage your friends and colleagues.)

UPCOMING EVENTS
*         USTA/PTRA Summer Professional Development and Endorsement Course - Physics 2 2017<http://utsta.org/event-2422902>
05 Jun 2017 9:00 AM Brigham Young University, Provo Utah N-106 Eyring Science Center
*         STEM Elementary Endorsement Course: Forces<http://utsta.org/event-2506724>
05 Jun 2017 9:00 AM Brigham Young University, Provo Utah N-106 Eyring Science Center
*         Summer Professional Development and Endorsement Course - Chemistry 1<http://utsta.org/event-2492548>
12 Jun 2017 8:00 AM Westlake High School, Saratoga Springs
*         STEM Elementary Endorsement Course: Engineering Practices<http://utsta.org/event-2506739>
12 Jun 2017 9:00 AM Brigham Young University, Provo Utah N-106 Eyring Science Center
*         USTA/PTRA Summer Professional Development and Endorsement Course - Astronomy 2017<http://utsta.org/event-2422887>
18 Jun 2017 8:00 AM UVU Field Station, Capitol Reef National Park
*         Summer Professional Development and Endorsement Course - Physical Geology 2017<http://utsta.org/event-2422897>
25 Jun 2017 8:00 AM UVU Field Station, Capitol Reef National Park
*         STEM Elementary Endorsement Course: Matter<http://utsta.org/event-2506733>
26 Jun 2017 9:00 AM Brigham Young University, Provo Utah N-106 Eyring Science Center

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Utah State University Water Quality Extension would like to reach out to all educators to offer a free training in our program Stream Side Science.
Stream Side Science is a program that enables teachers in grades k-12 to teach core curriculums in a new exciting way. Stream Side Science uses watershed concepts and hands-on stream monitoring techniques to engage students in learning about water quality issues and protection of their local streams.  The lessons provide discussion questions and classroom and field activities to lead critical thinking and research skills.  Students may apply what they learn in follow-up STEM activities.  We provide workshops to teachers to help them become familiar with watershed concepts and methods used in the lessons.
Teachers attending one of our Stream Side Science workshops receive re-licensure points from the Utah State Board of Education.  Each workshop includes an introduction to watersheds and a field trip to test water quality in the surrounding areas. Educators in attendance also receive materials that will enable them to apply the program in their classroom.
This program is a great way for educators to achieve multiple modalities in their classroom while appealing to different intelligences of students. Stream Side Science is not limited to the science department. This educational tool is great for cross-curricular activities in other content areas. There are activities with mock community forums, students can create graphs from data collected or observed, different watersheds and have students discover the history of each. Social Sciences, math, agricultural education, and other content areas will all benefit from this program when utilized in the classroom.
This is a great opportunity for educators to utilize a program that teaches students about our most precious resource, water.
Check out our website http://streamsidescience.usu.edu. Here you can review what we have to offer and the different qualities of the Stream Side Science program.
The scheduled training dates are as follows:

*         Tuesday June 6, 2017 in Cedar City, UT

*         Tuesday June 27, 2017 in Lehi, UT

*         Tuesday August 1, 2017 in Salt Lake City, UT
If the above dates do not work for your schedule, but you and a small group of educators are still interested, contact us and schedule a day that works for you!
For details or questions, please contact us at summer.stout at aggiemail.usu.edu<mailto:summer.stout at aggiemail.usu.edu> or ellen.bailey at usu.edu<mailto:ellen.bailey at usu.edu>. Or, call our office at (435)797-2580.
Thank you!

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Visit the Canyon Country Discovery Center in Monticello, Utah ~ Announcing 2017 SUMMER CAMPS

The Canyon Country Discovery Center in Monticello, Utah sits at the base of the Abajo or Blue Mountains 54 miles south of Moab. Located on Highway 191 Monticello is on the way to all of southeast Utah! This beautifully crafted campus has a little something for everyone, and with self-directed exploring you can relax and let everyone discover something different!

The campus is filled with challenging and creative experiences to get your family energized and back on the road within 2 -3 hours. Travelers can stop in for free to explore 1.5 miles of campus trails, play in the outdoor nature playscape filled with sloping hills, tunnels, and outdoor music instruments.  Perch on our swings for a view of the high plateau. Pack your lunch and eat in the many pavilions with outdoor restrooms provided. Pay a $9 adult and $6 children admission and take advantage of the 15+ hands-on learning exhibits, youth bouldering wall, and outdoor science programs or reading nook with puppets for imagination play. Pick up small puzzles or games, perfect for the car, in their gift shop. The Discovery Center also has a night sky astronomy programs to view the sky through a variety of telescopes, including a 14” telescope observatory!

Campus Programs<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/learn/campus-programs>
Teachers are welcome to schedule a date for our education staff to engage your students in nature and science learning. School programs are from one to two hours of engaging, imaginative, creative, FUN.  Schools can visit the <http://www.fourcornersschool.org/> Canyon Country Discovery<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/> Center or request an Outreach Team to attend your school! Contact: edoutreach at fourcornersschool.org<mailto:edoutreach at fourcornersschool.org>

Student Outreach<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/learn/student-outreach>
Student outreach programs align with Common Core State Standards, and provide teachers with NGSS and inquiry-based techniques to enhance student learning. Activity kits include student supplies, equipment, data analysis worksheets, handouts, and supplemental materials for students’ and teacher/s. Programming reflects the core ideas of NGSS that include the physical, life, earth, and space sciences, as well as science and engineering.

Check out our custom premier trips for the San Juan River running from May - September 2017. Join in yoga, music, and photography through this majestic waterway with a relaxing float on passenger rafts (no paddling required). Enjoy casual camping accommodations, and mouthwatering prepared meals. Schedule a private tour with a member of the education team for a fun interactive hike in Canyonlands National Park, Hovenweep, Natural Bridges, and Bears Ears National Monuments located near by! Destinations can include, hiking to ruins and rock art, geologic arches and bridges, or specialize your hike with a guided experience for plants, animal tracks/sign, geology, and cultural history. Kayak the San Juan River for exclusive river views and fun excursions to archaeology sites along the river! Custom guided adventures are limited; book today to reserve your adventure scout!

Art and Science on the San Juan River Summer Camp<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/adventure/multi-day-river-trips/item/379-art-and-science-on-the-san-juan-river-summer-camp>
Join artist and art instructor Kate Nickols along with our own Four Corners School staff for a creative journey down the San Juan River of Southern Utah. Along the way we will explore ancient Puebloan archeological sites, soak up the beauty of the canyons, and capture the glory of the canyon through artistic expression. Includes ages 12 -18.
$610
Wednesday, June 21 - 24, 2017
Bluff, Utah

Earth, Water, and Sky Summer Science Camp <http://www.fourcornersschool.org/adventure/multi-day-river-trips/item/60-earth-water-sky-summer-science-trip>
Spend three days of hands-on learning with a geologist, astronomy educator from Clark Planetarium, and art teacher from Monticello High school. The camp provides opportunities for student’s, from the Four Corners Region, to learn about astronomy, the night sky, geology, desert rivers, and much more. They will learn while floating twenty-six incredibly scenic miles of the San Juan River in southeastern Utah. Explore one of the most inspirational and classic settings possible for learning about the geologic, astronomical, natural and cultural history of the area. Includes ages 12 -18.
$535 per student
$150 for Four Corners area students from San Juan Counties in Utah and New Mexico, Montezuma County Colorado and Apache County Arizona. These students are grant funded through the Bureau of Land Management.
Tuesday, June 27 -30, 2017
Bluff, Utah

www.fourcornersschool.org/adventure<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/adventure>

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Hands-on training for AP Science Teachers - June 26 - 20, 2017
WKU The Center for Gifted Studies

This one-week institute is designed for high school teachers who are presently teaching or preparing to teach College Board Advanced Placement classes. Numerous courses are offered for both beginning and experienced Advanced Placement teachers.
Click the link below to register

https://account.collegeboard.org/login/login?DURL=https://cbsso.collegeboard.org:443/idp/nwKOE/resumeSAML20/idp/startSSO.ping&appId=348&idp=EPL
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USTA Summer Endorsement Courses:

USTA offers week-long endorsement courses over the summer months in partnership with Brigham Young University, Utah Valley University, and Southern Utah University.  All courses are taught by highly qualified instructors that have experience in K-12 classrooms like yours.  The classes are designed to be hand-on and inquiry based so that teachers can learn the lessons/techniques and take them back to use in their classrooms.

Each class lasts for only one week (usually Monday to Friday) and most cost $550 for current USTA members ($250 more for Non-current USTA members).  This cost covers the price of the instructor, class location, supplies, food (lunch and snacks), and university credit recording fees.  The Astronomy & Geology courses held at the UVU Capitol Reef Field Station will cost an additional $100 for overnight lodging and meals.  Students in all other courses are required to find their own housing if necessary.  REMEMBER, most principals are happy to cover the cost of summer courses and credit fees if it a necessary part of an SAEP or if teachers approach them early and can show them how it will help their school's science department and students.  Don't be scared to ask, the worse that can happen is you are told "not this year".

All course are scheduled but depend on enrollment.  (10 participants is the minimum number to run a course, so encourage your friends and colleagues.)

UPCOMING EVENTS
*         Summer Professional Development and Endorsement Course - Secondary Science Instructional Methods 2017<http://utsta.org/event-2422915>
10 Jul 2017 8:00 AM Oak Canyon Jr. High, Lindon
*         STEM Elementary Endorsement: Nature of Science and Engineering 2017<http://utsta.org/event-2506711>
10 Jul 2017 8:00 AM Oak Canyon Jr. High, Lindon
*         STEM Elementary Endorsement Course: Energy<http://utsta.org/event-2506734>
25 Jul 2017 9:00 AM Brigham Young University, Provo Utah N-106 Eyring Science Center



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9TH - 10TH Grade


Code for Conservation (Ages 14-15)
July 17 - 21, 2017 9:00AM to 4:00 PM

Join us for Utah’s Hogle Zoo’s first ever coding camp for beginners! Enjoy the full zoo camp experience with animal encounters and behind the scenes tours, while learning about the world of coding. Work with a partner to create conservation games through the visual block-based scripting language of the app TaleBlazer. Zoo computers and other technology devices will be provided for camp use.

https://store.hoglezoo.org/WebStore/shop/ViewItems.aspx?CG=CAMPS&C=CAMP9TH10TH


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Aquaponics 101 Teachers Workshop in Auburn, Alabama - July 17 - 21, 2017 ***NEW this week


Auburn University in conjunction with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, and the MS/AL Sea Grant Consortium are offering a crash course in aquaponics and aquaculture.  This will be the 19th year we have offered such a course and thought it would be of interest to North Carolina science, math and career technology teachers.   We have had teachers from as far as CA, OR, CT, AZ, and MA to attend the workshop and it has consistently received excellent reviews and the teachers are eligible for continuing education credit.

We would like to ask for your assistance in helping to get the word out about this great opportunity.

Attached is the flyer for the workshop or you can go directly to the online information at
http://www.aces.edu/dept/fisheries/education/Teacher%20Workshop/Aquaponics101Workshop.php

Registration for the workshop is through Auburn University and can be completed using this link:
https://mell-base.uce.auburn.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=C170617&Publish=ANYWAY

Registration is limited, so don’t delay.


P.J. Waters
Extension Aquatics Specialist
118 North Royal Street STE 800
Mobile, Alabama 36602
251.438.5690 Office
334.703.5012 Cell Phone
waterph at aces.edu<mailto:waterph at aces.edu>
www.aces.edu<http://www.aces.edu/>
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AUGUST 2017

Visit the Canyon Country Discovery Center in Monticello, Utah ~ Announcing 2017 SUMMER CAMPS

The Canyon Country Discovery Center in Monticello, Utah sits at the base of the Abajo or Blue Mountains 54 miles south of Moab. Located on Highway 191 Monticello is on the way to all of southeast Utah! This beautifully crafted campus has a little something for everyone, and with self-directed exploring you can relax and let everyone discover something different!

The campus is filled with challenging and creative experiences to get your family energized and back on the road within 2 -3 hours. Travelers can stop in for free to explore 1.5 miles of campus trails, play in the outdoor nature playscape filled with sloping hills, tunnels, and outdoor music instruments.  Perch on our swings for a view of the high plateau. Pack your lunch and eat in the many pavilions with outdoor restrooms provided. Pay a $9 adult and $6 children admission and take advantage of the 15+ hands-on learning exhibits, youth bouldering wall, and outdoor science programs or reading nook with puppets for imagination play. Pick up small puzzles or games, perfect for the car, in their gift shop. The Discovery Center also has a night sky astronomy programs to view the sky through a variety of telescopes, including a 14” telescope observatory!

Campus Programs<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/learn/campus-programs>
Teachers are welcome to schedule a date for our education staff to engage your students in nature and science learning. School programs are from one to two hours of engaging, imaginative, creative, FUN.  Schools can visit the <http://www.fourcornersschool.org/> Canyon Country Discovery<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/> Center or request an Outreach Team to attend your school! Contact: edoutreach at fourcornersschool.org<mailto:edoutreach at fourcornersschool.org>

Student Outreach<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/learn/student-outreach>
Student outreach programs align with Common Core State Standards, and provide teachers with NGSS and inquiry-based techniques to enhance student learning. Activity kits include student supplies, equipment, data analysis worksheets, handouts, and supplemental materials for students’ and teacher/s. Programming reflects the core ideas of NGSS that include the physical, life, earth, and space sciences, as well as science and engineering.

Check out our custom premier trips for the San Juan River running from May - September 2017. Join in yoga, music, and photography through this majestic waterway with a relaxing float on passenger rafts (no paddling required). Enjoy casual camping accommodations, and mouthwatering prepared meals. Schedule a private tour with a member of the education team for a fun interactive hike in Canyonlands National Park, Hovenweep, Natural Bridges, and Bears Ears National Monuments located near by! Destinations can include, hiking to ruins and rock art, geologic arches and bridges, or specialize your hike with a guided experience for plants, animal tracks/sign, geology, and cultural history. Kayak the San Juan River for exclusive river views and fun excursions to archaeology sites along the river! Custom guided adventures are limited; book today to reserve your adventure scout!

Youth Backpacking, Culture, and Service in the Abajo Mountains<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/adventure/multi-day-river-trips/item/369-youth-backpacking-culture-and-service-in-the-abajo-mountains-two-sessions>
Backpack through one of Southern Utah's best kept secrets with unique geologic features and vistas overlooking the labyrinth of canyons in Canyonlands National Park and Cedar Mesa. We will visit rock art panels left hundreds of years ago by the Ancestral Puebloan people, hike 4-6 miles per day with backpacks, and retire each night to a cozy tent under a brilliant sky full of stars. Along the way, learn more about the forces that created these soaring mountains, the ancient seas that left the sandstone wonderland below, and the humans and animals that have called this area home. The highest point within the range is Abajo Peak at 11,360 feet (3,463 m) and this area provides the unique ability to traverse from high alpine tundra through several life zones all the way to Utah’s stark red desert. Includes ages 12 -18.
$750
Wednesday, August 6-12 and August 13-19, 2017
Bluff, Utah

www.fourcornersschool.org/adventure<http://www.fourcornersschool.org/adventure>

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SimScientists Crosscutting Concepts: Progressions in Earth Systems (REAL) - Middle Grades Science Teachers Needed!  School Year 2017 - 2017 --- Deadline May 5, 2017

Dear Middle Grades Earth Science Teachers,

WestEd, a not-for-profit educational research agency, has funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to conduct a research project, SimScientists Crosscutting Concepts: Progressions in Earth Systems (REAL), during the 2017-18 school year. This project aims to use technology to give your students ways to explore and express their science knowledge through computer simulations of science systems. The project uses innovative formative assessments to support the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) with your students. We are seeking teachers to participate in this research study.

Participating teachers will receive a live online webinar orientation and training (up to 4 hours), stipends up to $1,500 for their involvement in the study, as well as access to simulation-based computer formative assessments.

In order to participate, middle grades science teachers must cover Geology (i.e., erosion, weathering, and plate tectonics), Climate & Weather, and Ecosystems topics during the 2017-18 school year. All three units must be covered within the same grade during the school year, though teachers can still participate if they do a substantial review of Ecosystems during the 2017-2018 school year if an Ecosystems unit is had been taught in the previous grade. Additionally, teachers can participate if the Ecosystems content is taught even if it is not called Ecosystems, in classes such as Human Impacts, Biomes, or other similar topics. The research focus of this project is on Crosscutting Concepts. As such teachers must provide ongoing instruction during the school year that incorporates the Scale, Energy and Matter, and Systems crosscutting concepts.

Please see the “SimScientists Earth Science Strand” for more information on these topics: https://wested.box.com/s/7eckkkgk9kwsnikzdwhgbu2aby4zitps

For answers to frequently asked questions about participating in a SimScientists study, please see our FAQs at: https://wested.box.com/s/mzlntgpbqjlxbsen5vgdovcdapc8b70s

For technical requirements, please click here: https://wested.box.com/s/88cao026eeyc88xrjxqx4045dp7tj3m8
 *Note: SimScientists modules are NOT supported on iPads, iPhones, or other tablets.

If you are interested in participating in this research opportunity, please complete an online intake survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/REALPilotIntakeSurvey

*Note: if the links above do not work, please copy and paste them into your browser.

Please forward this email to any middle grades science teachers who you think might be interested in this opportunity. To learn more about this project, please see the FAQs or email Melissa Essinger at messing at wested.org<mailto:messing at wested.org>. For the best chance of participating, please complete the survey by **Friday, May 5th2017**

Thank you for your support!

Sincerely,
Melissa Essinger
Implementation Coordinator and Research Assistant - SimScientists
messing at wested.org<mailto:messing at wested.org>
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SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER
Archaeology opportunity for high school students and teachers this fall

Utah Science Educators:
We would like to invite you and your high school students to take part in a volunteer-based archaeological excavation happening in Nine Mile Canyon (outside of Price, Utah) this fall. If you’re looking for a highly unique and memorable field trip experience for your students involving geology, ecology, anthropology, history, and so much more, this is it! Arizona State University has been working in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office, Moab-based Montgomery Archaeological Consultants, the Colorado Plateau Archaeological Alliance, and Utah State University Eastern’s Prehistoric Museum to offer these rare opportunities to Utah high school students and the greater public.

Here’s a quick snapshot of what’s involved:
*  Hands-on, experiential STEM education and community service opportunity
*  Six consecutive 2 or 3-day weekends of camping and archaeology (each group only needs to sign up for 1 weekend), September through October, 2017
*  Work in small groups of about 10 people alongside professional archaeologists
*  Take part in the excavation and discovery of artifacts in a pit structure in archaeologically famous Nine Mile Canyon!
To learn more or sign up, you please visit our website: http://ninemilevolunteer.weebly.com<http://ninemilevolunteer.weebly.com/> or contact Jada Lindblom at jada.lindblom at asu.edu<mailto:jada.lindblom at asu.edu>.
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 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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