[Science] June 26 Science Community Opportunities Newsletter

Carfaro, Krystol Krystol.Carfaro at schools.utah.gov
Tue Jun 26 11:45:00 MDT 2018



Science Community Opportunities

… June 26, 2018 …



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 Krystol Carfaro at Krystol.Carfaro at schools.utah.gov<mailto:Krystol.Carfaro at schools.utah.gov>

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Meteorites in your classroom? – Meteorites Displace Contacts
With support from the UofU and USU NASA Outreach Director, there are several people in the state that can checkout meteorites to teachers so that can be used in their classroom instruction. The following information can be used by all schools in the state both District and Charter. You don’t have to be from that school or district to check out and use these materials. In addition to this list of contacts there are several other links to resources for teachers talking about meteorites in their classroom.

For questions about this program please contact John Vanderford, NASA Outreach Director UofU/USU, j.v at usu.edu<mailto:j.v at usu.edu>, 435-797-3568

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Summer 2018 Employment Opportunities
Physics, Astronomy, and Engineering
Instructors and Teaching Assistants

 CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented and motivated elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. We are currently seeking highly motivated and qualified candidates to work in our summer programs. Information regarding employment and our summer programs can be found at http://ctyj.hu/ctysummersci.
We are currently seeking individuals to teach the following Physics-related courses:

·         The Physics of Engineering

·         The Physics of Sports

·         Introduction to Astronomy

·         Astrophysics

·         Introduction to Robotics

·         Principles of Engineering Design

·         Investigations in Engineering

·         Electrical Engineering
 A full list of science courses, course descriptions, and sample syllabi can be found at: cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/science.html<https://goo.gl/53qvs5>
 Core Dates for 2018*:

Session 1: June 21 - July 14, 2018
Session 2: July 14 - August 4, 2018

*Note: dates may vary depending on location and position. For a full list of locations and dates, please visit cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/sites_dates.html<https://goo.gl/NfXzPB>.
 Terms of Employment

  *   Starting salary for two sessions is $4,800 - $6,000 for instructors and $2,400 for TAs
  *   Room and board are provided at residential sites. Travel assistance is provided to Hong Kong.
 Desired Qualifications

·         Teaching assistant candidates are generally graduate or undergraduate students with experience tutoring or as a TA.

·         Instructor candidates generally have independent classroom teaching experience, graduate coursework, and at least a bachelor’s degree.

 More Information

  *   Instructor and Teaching Assistant positions: cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/positions<https://goo.gl/nzKSsX>
  *   Employment with CTY: cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer<https://goo.gl/M7PrVg>
 To Apply
Please fill out an online application at http://ctyj.hu/ctysummersci.
 Questions? Contact us at ctysummer at jhu.edu<mailto:ctysummer at jhu.edu>.
 Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The university promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.
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Planting SEEd’s of Conservation



Are you a 6th or 7th grade teacher who wants ideas for the new SEEd standards? During this one-day workshop, you’ll explore how to connect the new standards and phenomenon based learning with the natural world. The workshop will feature in-the-field science and Zoo conservation programs you can use to attract your students to the world of science.

Participants in the workshop will engage in relevant inquiry investigations that are connected to the SEEd standards using the Zoo’s science-based conservation programs and living classroom to gain knowledge and ideas. Lessons are flexible, allowing teachers to adjust for their students’ abilities. This workshop will also show you how to use the Zoo as a teaching resource and the many tools we can provide you to enhance learning in your classroom. Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes as you will be spending time on Zoo grounds.

July 20th, 2018 8:00 AM - 3:00PM

Cost: $20 per person

CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICIES: After registration is confirmed, Utah's Hogle Zoo adheres to a no-refund, no-credit, no-substitution policy. If you are unable to attend, please consider your payment a tax-deductible donation.

Click HERE<https://store.hoglezoo.org/WebStore/shop/ViewItems.aspx?CG=FAM&C=PLANTINGSEEDS> to register.
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Call for Awards Nominations (click HERE to submit & for more info)<http://www.usee.org/events/annualconference/award-nominations>

It is time once again to think about those who have made significant contributions to Utah’s environmental education (EE) community. Nominations for Environmental Educator, Environmental Education Program, Environmental Education Business, and Environmental Education Volunteer of the Year Awards are now being accepted. Recipients will be officially recognized at USEE’s 28th Annual Utah Environmental Education Conference on September 14, 2018.

Call for Utah Beehive 5 Under 25 Nominations (click HERE to submit & for more info)<http://www.usee.org/events/annualconference/5-under-25>

USEE is pleased to announce the first annual Beehive 5 Under 25 call for nominations is now open! The Beehive 5 Under 25 program is searching for individuals in Utah, 25 years old or younger, who are game changers in their communities. These young people are taking on leadership positions to make a difference for the planet. They are engaging their communities, building relationships, and using the power of education to create change.



For more information, visit usee.org<http://usee.org>.


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Utah Master Naturalist courses as professional development

Professional development opportunities help educators increase their knowledge and skills in teaching about Utah's natural world. Field trip programs provide opportunities for students to explore, learn, and build important skills while in nature.
Please visit: https://extension.usu.edu/utahnatureexplorers/programs to learn more information about these exciting programs.

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Monthly Schedule



JUNE 2018

  *   Utah Teachers Leading Academy @ Canyons Professional Development Center – June 27-29, 2018



JULY 2018

  *   Intermountain AP Summer Institute/Davis School District, Utah – July 10 – 13, 2018
  *   STEMCON @ Sorensen Unity Center – July 11, 2018
  *   Astro Summer Camps

o   Academy Camp -  July 9 – 13, 2018

     *   Junior Astronauts – July 17 – 18, 2018

  *   The Art and Science of Metalwork Girls Summer Camp @ Weber State – July 10-12, 2018

  *   Evolutionary Biology Endorsement at UVU – July 16, 2018
  *   Utah’s Hogle Zoo Planting SEEd’s of Conservation – July 20,2018
  *   2018 Middle School Earth Science/STEM Teacher Leadership Academy – July 22 – 27, 2018
  *   Girls Go Digital Summer Camp @ Weber State – July 30-August 2, 2018



AUGUST 2018

  *   Project STITCH – Science Teacher Professional Development – Aug 1 - 3, 2018



October 2018

  *   2018 Area Conference on Science Education - Reno, NV - Oct. 11-13, 2018





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JUNE 2018





Additional Weeklong Face-to-Face Endorsement Courses. They are $250 per class, go to UtSTA.org to register.



  *   July 16 Evolutionary Biology - UVU

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Astro Summer Camps

 Visit http://astrocamputah.org/ to learn more

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Great Salt Lake Institute is hosting a 4 day STEAM camp for teachers over the course of the summer!!  I have attached a PDF flyer with more information.  We have spots for 20 teachers and they can get both relicensure points or USBE credits, some compensation (supplies and a stipend but I need to work out with HR).  This will be taught by GSLI faculty and staff along with 2 science coaches from local districts who are also creating the amazing curriculum.  And it will be super fun.☺

This class is also open to science coaches, informal educators, and anybody that wants to learn more about using Great Salt Lake in their classes!

If Interested, please fill out this application: https://goo.gl/forms/CLPqv7qtgD1vKfiF3

If you have questions please contact:

Jaimi Butler - jbutler at westminstercollege.edu<mailto:jbutler at westminstercollege.edu>
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JULY 2018



Weber State University Summer Camps


For a full list of summer camps, please visit https://www.weber.edu/summercamps

The Art and Science of Metalwork
Ages: Girls 15-18
Cost: $150
Dates: July 10-12, 2018
This exciting, hands-on overnight camp is for high school girls interested in exploring the art and science of metalwork through the medium of welding.  Work with WSU faculty and students as you learn different processes, metal tolerances and design techniques to create beautiful and useful pieces.

Girls Go Digital
Ages: Girls 8-18
Cost: $250 (Early bird price good to 7/21)
Dates: July 30 - August 2
Learn how to hack, design, code and make using technology and computer science. Any level of interest and experience is welcome.
If you attended this camp last summer, no problem—we’ve added new classes and activities. From computer programming, micro controllers, pixel art, digital photography, e-textiles, to web design and more, we’ve got something for every girl! Girls are grouped in classes by age. Camp includes a free t-shirt and several take home projects.


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Intermountain AP Summer Institute/Davis School District, Utah – July 10 – 13, 2018

Please visit: http://www.cvent.com/events/intermountain-ap-summer-institute/event-summary-78fa8b39d865442c91ed8f5775cff383.aspx to register



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My name is Kelly Riding, Executive Director of the Utah Afterschool Network<http://utahafterschool.org/>. We work to ensure that all families and kids in Utah have access to affordable, high quality afterschool programs.

We, along with afterschool providers from the Salt Lake Regional Afterschool Network, invite you to a Summer Learning Day STEM Fair and Summit for municipal, education, and business leaders within Salt Lake County on July 11, 2018. Enjoy a STEM Fair hosted by youth from around the region, as well as a youth and community leader panel, national speakers, and the first ever State of the State of Afterschool report.

Come learn about the scope of afterschool and summer programming in Utah and why afterschool and summer programs are an important community investment in youth development and STEM education.

Please click here<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stemcon-stem-summer-learning-day-registration-46165830241> for additional information and to RSVP. <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stemcon-stem-summer-learning-day-registration-46165830241>  We look forward to seeing you July 11!


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Executive Director
254 S. 600 E. #200 Salt Lake City, UT 84102

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Planting SEEd’s of Conservation



Are you a 6th or 7th grade teacher who wants ideas for the new SEEd standards? During this one-day workshop, you’ll explore how to connect the new standards and phenomenon based learning with the natural world. The workshop will feature in-the-field science and Zoo conservation programs you can use to attract your students to the world of science.

Participants in the workshop will engage in relevant inquiry investigations that are connected to the SEEd standards using the Zoo’s science-based conservation programs and living classroom to gain knowledge and ideas. Lessons are flexible, allowing teachers to adjust for their students’ abilities. This workshop will also show you how to use the Zoo as a teaching resource and the many tools we can provide you to enhance learning in your classroom. Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes as you will be spending time on Zoo grounds.

July 20th, 2018 8:00 AM - 3:00PM

Cost: $20 per person

CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICIES: After registration is confirmed, Utah's Hogle Zoo adheres to a no-refund, no-credit, no-substitution policy. If you are unable to attend, please consider your payment a tax-deductible donation.

Click HERE<https://store.hoglezoo.org/WebStore/shop/ViewItems.aspx?CG=FAM&C=PLANTINGSEEDS> to register.


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Astro Summer Camps

 Visit http://astrocamputah.org/ to learn more




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AUGUST 2018



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Project STITCH – Science Teacher Professional Development - Aug 1 - 3, 2018

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October 2018



2018 Area Conference on Science Education - Reno, NV
October 11-13, 2018
Reno-Sparks Convention Center, 4590 S Virginia St, Reno, NV 89502
Conference Strands
To help you make the most of the professional development opportunities available at the Reno conference, the Conference Committee has planned the conference around three strands that explore topics of current significance, enabling to to focus on a specific area of interest or need.
Developing Persistence: The Power of Experience

Failure or delayed success has surprising benefits to students, teachers, and administrators-it often initiates meaningful learning experiences.  Nurturing such experiences is part of three-dimensional learning; educators should support students in developing their own explanations, ideas, and solutions.  Sessions in this strand will focus on the struggles and triumphs that drive learning and explanation development.  Learn from your peers' experiences in persisting as they negotiate the terrain of facilitating science learning for the next generation.

Advancing Three-Dimensional Classroom Culture

Educator understanding of three-dimensional learning is a continuum-from having a firm grasp of the structure of the structure of the three dimensions, to integrating appropriate science practices and crosscutting concepts, to developing grade-level storylines based on phenomena.  In this strand, participants will be able to choose hand-on/interactive sessions based on their needs.

Cultivating Constructive Partnerships

Teaching can be isolating.  Learn how to move beyond your four walls and collaborate with colleagues, informal educators, scientists, and the community.  Increase opportunities to advocate for your students' science learning while you build your leadership skills.  Learn how to enhance your professional growth by using the expertise in your building and your community.  In this strand, presenters will showcase collaboration with business and industry, informal science organizations, policy stakeholders, and colleagues.

Click Here<https://s6.goeshow.com/nsta/area/2018reno/registration_form.cfm> to register

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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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