NebraskaSCIENCE Newsletter - December 2016

Kristen Slechta of ESU 9 (center) discusses the fortune-telling fish activity with other Summit attendees on Dec. 12, 2016. LINDSAY AUGUSTYN/UNL CSMCE
Kristen Slechta of ESU 9 (center) discusses the fortune-telling fish activity with other Summit attendees on Dec. 12, 2016. LINDSAY AUGUSTYN/UNL CSMCE

Science Education Summit explores NGSS

Nearly 200 people attended the statewide Nebraska K-12 Science Education Summit on Dec. 12, 2016, at Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln. Continue reading…

Application for 200 TEAMS participants now open

TEAMS teacher leader workshop on Dec. 3, 2016The application for K-12 teachers’ professional development through the new Nebraska Partnership TEAMS grant is now open. TEAMS, which replaces the Nebraska Department of Education’s KICKS and NMPDS programs for 2017-18, will be held in five cities across the state for 200 participants. Continue reading…

STEM for All video showcase

Showcase your NSF and other federally-funded project work that is aimed at improving STEM teaching and learning with STEM for All. Create and share a 3-minute video that describes the need that inspired your project, your intervention, and your project’s impact to date. Continue reading…

Originally published December 16, 2016 - Submit an Item