FIND INFORMATION AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR EDUCATORS AND EDUCATION-INTERESTED FOLKS BELOW.
EVERYONE: February 2, 2017 – East County Caring Community Meeting. Join for the February meeting of the Caring Community, a collaborative group addressing the needs of East County communities. This month, we will hear from the Multnomah County Health Department, the Early Assessment and Support Alliance, and learn about Everybody Reads 2017.
STUDENTS: Applications are open for the EMSP Youth Advisory Council! Join a group of 15 youth for hands-on leadership training at the Rockwood Library Makerspace and become a leader in STEAM education in East County! There is a stipend for participating!
TEACHERS: March 2, 2017 – Design Challenge PD Breaker PD will teach you how to run design challenges within your classroom.
STUDENTS: April 8, 2017 – May 6, 2017 – Recycle This With Chemistry at Mt. Hood Community College! Come join Saturday Academy and REthink the REduce, REuse, REcycle mantra. REput on goggles and RElook at the chemistry of REcyclables, plastic, aluminum and more. April is Earth Month, see what we, as scientists, can do to make this a truly greener planet! Financial Aid is available!
STUDENTS: April 2, 2017 (Application Deadline) Invention Bootcamp is an intensive education experience for high school students. It is led by PSU faculty, Dr. Nathalie Neve and undergraduate engineering students. Students learn basic skills to develop a prototype by completing class-wide projects. In parallel, students apply these skills to creating their own invention. At the end of Invention Bootcamp, students present their invention to the public.
Teaching Tolerance – Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff
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