Idaho STEM Action Center

Idaho STEM Action Center

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Mathematics professional development for Idaho educators, FREE to participants and credit available paid by SDE! DEADLINE TO SIGN UP IS MARCH 10! If interested, please complete this interest form and more information will be emailed to you: https://form.jotform.com/220274944980159

This course, "Numeracy to Algebra", will support teachers in developing conceptual understanding of multiplication and division to help students build a strong foundation for early algebraic thinking through the use of “number strings.” Teachers will receive resources and content knowledge that can be used with any curriculum. The focus will be on concepts typically taught in grades 4 through 6.

Idaho STEM Action Center
It's official: Basin Elementary earned STEM Certification and Designation through Cognia and the Idaho State Board of Education! You can now find us listed amongst the few STEM schools in Idaho on the Idaho STEM Action Center website!
https://stem.idaho.gov/apply/stem-school-designations/
Next Friday, February 25th the Idaho STEM Action Center will be hosting a webinar all about the i-STEM Summer professional development Institutes and the regional i-STEM libraries, one of which is hosted right here at Gizmo! Educators tune in if you are interested in learning more about either of these great resources.

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We love BLOCK Fest! Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first Early STEM Workshop of 2022 and thank you to the Idaho STEM Action Center for sponsoring! See you at next month's workshop. 😊
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Opportunity for high school girls! SheTech Explorer Day is a FREE, one-day career discovery day for high school girls, held March 2 at the Boise State University Student Union!

Attendees will
• Explore STEM careers in hands-on workshops taught by STEM role models
• Get innovative with a real-world STEM problem solving challenge – including prizes!
• Learn how to find, fund, and thrive in the right post-secondary educational opportunity
• Meet dozens of real people and organizations working in STEM

Learn more and register here: https://women-innovators.org/shetech-2022/

Idaho STEM Action Center
The Idaho Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM), in partnership with the State Dept. of Ed, is hosting FREE virtual webinars for educators on important math topics! Check out the details on the two available workshops below:

DeStress the Math Test (March 8 5 - 6:30 pm MT)
Dr Kelli Rich and Dr. Janyne McConnaughey will be discussing strategies for managing test and math anxiety in a session on DeStress the Test. Kelli is the Nampa School District Math Instructional Specialist and Janyne is the author of the Brave books on trauma and a member of the Attachment and Trauma Network Board of Directors. Sign up at idahoctm.org/webinars

Invigorating High School Mathematics (April 19 5 - 6:30 pm MT)
Steve Leinwand will be talking about his book Invigorating High School Mathematics. This webinar will focus on modernizing the high school mathematics curriculum to align to today’s world of work. This session will be informative for math teachers and leaders of all grade levels. Sign up at idahoctm.org/webinars

Idaho STEM Action Center
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Sponsored by the Idaho STEM Action Center
Registration is open for the Idaho STEM Action Center's i-STEM Summer Institutes! i-STEM is a summer professional development opportunity for educators (PK-12) working in both classroom and informal settings. During the Institute, participants attend a strand on project-based, hands-on learning in a chosen content area, as well as general sessions tied to the Institute theme. Each participant will receive a kit of instructional materials unique to their strand, so that they can implement what they have learned in their own teaching environments. Strands are available at 6 locations around the state; sign up now!
Mathematics professional development for Idaho educators, FREE and credit available paid by SDE! This course, "Numeracy to Algebra", will support teachers in developing conceptual understanding of multiplication and division to help students build a strong foundation for early algebraic thinking through the use of “number strings.” Teachers will receive resources and content knowledge that can be used with any curriculum. The focus will be on concepts typically taught in grades 4 through 6. If interested, please complete this interest form and more information will be emailed to you: https://form.jotform.com/220274944980159

Space is limited in this course. Please sign up by March 10 if you are interested. Priority will be given to teachers who teach Grades 4 through 6.

Idaho STEM Action Center
High school seniors may now apply for the 2022 National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp)! Two students from Idaho will attend the all-expenses-paid program held virtually June 27 - July 20, 2022. Apply by March 31: https://www.nysf.com/w/programs/nyscamp/2022-nyscamp/

The 2022 NYSCamp will be an entirely virtual experience which will include world-class lectures, directed studies, and seminars with prestigious and up and coming STEM professionals who are making a difference in their fields of study and changing the world for good.

The camp will also provide significant opportunities for delegates to interact and engage with STEM professionals, camp staff, and other delegates in exciting, fun, and meaningful ways.

Idaho STEM Action Center
Idaho Science Teachers Association
The Idaho STEM Action Center is providing K-12 classroom teachers and college/career advisors the opportunity to extern with local businesses over the summer! Externs will earn $5,000 and optional professional development credit! Learn more: https://stem.idaho.gov/apply/stem-externships/
Our next CS Saturday session starts January 15th! This class is especially for kids ages 8-11. Join us as we build coding skills while creating collaborative animations and interactive stories with Scratch! Prior experience with coding is NOT required, but welcomed.

Learn more and register at: http://ow.ly/Kljx50Hh4fT

Thank you to Idaho STEM Action Center for continued support of this program!

#coding #cssaturdays #kids #computerscience #storytelling #animation #scratch #create #playfullearning #media #consumertocreator

The Idaho STEM Action Center was created by House Bill 302 in 2015. Mission: Engineering innovative opportunities for educators, students, communities, & industry to build a competitive Idaho workforce & economy through STEM & computer science education.

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Hands-On Science Experiments for Kids About Animal Adaptations - 02/25/2022

Hands-On Science Experiments for Kids About Animal Adaptations -

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Brrrr! It is cold outside! Have you ever wondered how polar bears stay warm in their extremely cold climate? Tune in this morning to learn from #CBS2 weatherman #NateLarsen and his kiddos how polar bears are able to stay warm in the coldest of weather! This experiment is a really easy way to help show children how animals adapt to their environment.

To do this activity at home you will need:
Shortening / Lard (Room Temperature)
Plastic Baggies
Strong, Thick, Waterproof Tape
Large Bucket with Water
Ice

https://teachingideas.ca/2018/05/07/science-experiments-for-kids-2/

Did your mitt keep your kiddos hands warm? How long could they keep their mitts in the ice cold water?

Stay warm and as always Stay STEM-spired!

#STEMAtHome #CBS2

Hands-On Science Experiments for Kids About Animal Adaptations - How do animals stay warm during the winter? Hands-on science experiments for kids are a great way to teach children about animal adaptions.

02/24/2022

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
February 24, 2022
Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day helps focus a growing movement to inspire girls’ futures so they learn they have a place in engineering a better world. In just one day you can make a difference by sharing your knowledge, experience, and some fun! Give girls the chance to think like an engineer and you’ll be amazed at what you learn!

iDrone Program Idaho | The Official iDrone Program Website 02/24/2022

iDrone Program Idaho | The Official iDrone Program Website

iDrone 2022 Spring Hands-on Workshop

Attention 6th - 12th Grade Students! Register now to pilot drones for fun and research. This event is 100% online. The iDrone development kit will be shipped to individual homes 2 weeks in advance. Students must register by the end of this month (2/28/2022) and they can keep the drone after the iDrone ONLINE 2022. With a special CODE for Idaho Public School Districts the cost is only $80. To get the CODE contact your STEM teachers or email at: [email protected]

Registration closes February 28th.

https://www.idroneprogram.org/

iDrone Program Idaho | The Official iDrone Program Website The iDrone program will fill the anticipated STEM workforce gaps by improving the attitude toward science and its related career pathways.

Intermountain Technology and Leadership Conference 02/24/2022

Intermountain Technology and Leadership Conference

Join our Executive Director, Dr. Kaitlin Maguire and our STEM and Computer Science Program Director, Katie Bosch-Wilson discuss STEM in Idaho. The Intermountain Leadership and Technology Conference is April 21, 2022. Register now!

Intermountain Technology and Leadership Conference

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STEM-tastic PD opportunity in North Idaho from our partners at GIZMO!

Two lively Professional Development (PD) sessions on Maker Mindsets start this Monday, February 28th! 1 hour initial meeting via Zoom, a 3 hour assignment & a 1 hour follow-up. Thanks to the Idaho STEM Action Center, costs for this PD are only $10 for Idaho educators! http://ow.ly/sUja50I2FkA

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos 02/24/2022

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos

Join us at the next EcosySTEM webinar on Feb. 25th at 12 pm MST where we will discuss the upcoming summer i-STEM institutes. i-STEM is a professional development opportunity for formal and informal Idaho educators (PK-12). We will also explore some of the materials from past i-STEM strands that are now available for check out from the i-STEM Lending Libraries, located across the state. Register to receive the zoom link for the webinar. It will also be recorded and archived on the website for later viewing.

You can use the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-stem-summer-institutes-discussion-and-demos-tickets-252175492687

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos February Idaho EcosySTEM Webinar: i-STEM Summer Institutes - Discussion and Demos

Mark Dean 02/22/2022

Mark Dean

Celebrating Black History Month!

Mark E. Dean is one of the top engineering minds at the International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation. He made his first mark in the industry in the early 1980s, when he and a colleague developed a system that allowed computers to communicate with printers and other devices. Every time you print something, you can thank Dean.

In all, Dean holds 20 patents, and was honored as one of the "50 Most Important African Americans in Technology" by the California African-American Museum in 2000. Dean wants to help increase awareness of the contributions of Black engineers to both the engineering industry and the African-American community.

https://www.biography.com/inventor/mark-dean

Mark Dean Computer scientist and engineer Mark Dean is credited with helping develop a number of landmark technologies, including the color PC monitor, the Industry Standard Architecture system bus and the first gigahertz chip.

STEM Briefing Series: Rural STEM Education 02/21/2022

STEM Briefing Series: Rural STEM Education

Rural STEM Education Webinar

Thu, February 24, 2022
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM MST

The U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Agriculture invite you to join us on Thursday February 24th to learn more about the beauty and diversity of rural communities. Hear from programs and partnerships that are working together to support rural STEM learning.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stem-briefing-series-rural-stem-education-registration-258285989347?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term=

STEM Briefing Series: Rural STEM Education STEM Briefing Series: Rural STEM Education

Madam C. J. Walker 02/21/2022

Madam C. J. Walker

Celebrating Black History Month!

Sarah Breedlove Walker was an inventor and businesswoman, and became one of the largest employers of African-American women of her time.

Often know as Madame C.J. Walker, she manufactured beauty products for other African-American women using formulas she developed after working for a pharmacist who taught her chemistry. Her popular hair-softening cream and shampoo helped heal dry skin and other itchy annoyances that were common in the early 1900s because indoor plumbing wasn’t widely available.

Walker’s company hired and trained thousands of Black women to sell her hair-care products in shops, by mail, and door-to-door. This helped many become more independent during a time when job opportunities for women were limited.

https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/madame-c-j-walker

Madam C. J. Walker Madam C. J. Walker (1867-1919) was “the first Black woman millionaire in America” and made her fortune thanks to her homemade line of hair care products for

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos 02/21/2022

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos

Join us at the next EcosySTEM webinar on Feb. 25th at 12 pm MST where we will discuss the upcoming summer i-STEM institutes. i-STEM is a professional development opportunity for formal and informal Idaho educators (PK-12). We will also explore some of the materials from past i-STEM strands that are now available for check out from the i-STEM Lending Libraries, located across the state. Register to receive the zoom link for the webinar. It will also be recorded and archived on the website for later viewing.

You can use the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-stem-summer-institutes-discussion-and-demos-tickets-252175492687

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos February Idaho EcosySTEM Webinar: i-STEM Summer Institutes - Discussion and Demos

02/18/2022

Celebrating STEM during Black History Month | STEMHub

Celebrating Black History Month!

Check out this blog from our Ecosystem partners in Nevada celebrating African Americans who have made many amazing contributions to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

https://www.stemhub.nv.gov/blogs/celebrating-stem-during-black-history-month

Celebrating STEM during Black History Month | STEMHub February is Black History Month and we are taking a look at a few outstanding African American STEM leaders!

02/18/2022

STEM at Home. Think snow!

Thanks to Jaxton and Kyson for making it snow in a jar! Maybe that will bring some snow to our mountains! We need it!

#STEMAtHome #CBS2 #thinksnow

Snow Storm In a Jar - Little Bins for Little Hands 02/18/2022

Snow Storm In a Jar - Little Bins for Little Hands

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THINK SNOW! Idaho is in desperate need of snow so let's try making snow in a jar! Watch Nate and Jaxton call on Ullr the snow god to bring snow to the mountains by making it snow in a jar!

YOU WILL NEED:
Oil (vegetable oil or baby oil)
White (or light blue) Washable School Paint (and/or food coloring)
Alka Seltzer Tablets
Cup, Jar, or Bottle

https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/winter-snow-storm-in-a-jar-science/

#STEMAtHome #CBS2

Snow Storm In a Jar - Little Bins for Little Hands When the weather's too cold outside, create a winter snow storm in a jar science experiment inside! Fun and easy winter science activities for kids to try!

Timeline photos 02/17/2022

Congratulations to Idaho's PAEMST Winners Courtney Greene and Leigh Wilson!

Congratulations Courtney Greene and Leigh Wilson, Idaho's recipients of the Presidential Awards for Excellence
in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the nation's highest honor for STEM teachers!

“This honor is reserved for instructors who have truly gone above and beyond in inspiring their students to engage with the world of STEM,” Superintendent Sherri Ybarra said. “Deeply investing in our students means giving them the tools to succeed, and we’re grateful to these talented and dedicated instructors for preparing young minds for the next steps in their education. Idaho is certainly proud to have such amazing teaching talent.”

Courtney Greene, the PAEMST awardee for science, teaches 5th grade at Fernan STEM Academy (CDA Schools) and Leigh Wilson, the PAEMST awardee for math, teaches 6th grade at Potlatch Elementary (Potlatch School District #285 Official)! As PAEMST recipients, Greene and Wilson receive a certificate signed by the president, professional development opportunities and a $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation.

Congratulations again to Courtney Greene and Leigh Wilson!

Read our full press release here:https://sde.idaho.gov/communications/files/news-releases/02-17-2022-Idaho-teachers-take-top-honors-in-STEM-instruction-at-the-PAEMST-awards.pdf

Percy Lavon Julian 02/17/2022

Percy Lavon Julian

Celebrating Black History Month!

Percy L. Julian is known as the "soybean chemist," for his extraordinary success in developing innovative drugs and industrial chemicals from natural soya products. The firefighting solution he devised, known as “bean soup,” helped save the lives of thousands of sailors and naval airmen during World War II. His discoveries earned him more than 130 chemical patents and many professional awards.

His spirit lives on in dozens of lifesaving discoveries, as well as in the halls of Percy L. Julian Junior High School in Oak Park, Illinois. Julian was quoted as saying, "I have had one goal in my life, that of playing some role in making life a little easier for the persons who come after me."

https://www.sciencehistory.org/historical-profile/percy-lavon-julian

Percy Lavon Julian A steroid chemist and an entrepreneur, Percy Julian ingeniously figured out how to synthesize important medicinal compounds from abundant plant sources, making them more affordable to mass-produce. In the 1930s chemists recognized the structural similarity of a large group of natural substances—th...

The Science of the Olympic Winter Games | Scholastic 02/16/2022

The Science of the Olympic Winter Games | Scholastic

Celebrating the 2022 Olympics

Have you been enjoying the Olympic games? As you watch the skaters jump and spin or the aerial skiers flip and twist have you considered the science behind the winter sports?
Click the link below to watch some videos explaining the physics behind the winter games.

https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/articles/teaching-content/science-olympic-winter-games/

The Science of the Olympic Winter Games | Scholastic Olympic-caliber short videos make key concepts like inertia, velocity, and momentum meaningful and exciting for your students.

AlgaePrize Competition 02/16/2022

AlgaePrize Competition

AlgaePrize Inaugural Student Competition

Launched in January 2022, the AlgaePrize is a new competition from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) that encourages students to pursue innovative ideas for the development, design, and invention of technologies within the commercial algae value chain.

Intrigued? Have questions about this new STEM-azing competition? Find your answers at the AlgaePrize office hours event on tomorrow at 1pm ET. To register go to:
https://www.energy.gov/eere/bioenergy/algaeprize-competition

AlgaePrize Competition Launched in January 2022, the AlgaePrize is a new competition from the U.S. Department of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) that encourages students to pursue innovative ideas for the development, design, and invention of technologies within...

Timeline photos 02/16/2022

Do you have a superstar educator in your childrens' lives? Nominate the now!

Friendly reminder to nominate a special teacher for our state's top teaching honor, Idaho Teacher of the Year! ANYONE is welcome to make a nomination - just take a moment to fill out the nomination form on our website: sde.idaho.gov/toy

The Idaho Teacher of the Year receives a cash award and travels across Idaho talking with other teachers, legislators and policymakers about education in our state. They will also serve as Idaho’s nominee for National Teacher of the Year. Nominations are open through March 14!

Tracy Drain: Systems Engineer 02/16/2022

Tracy Drain: Systems Engineer

Celebrating Black History Month

Meet Tracy Drain....going where no one has gone before!

https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/tracy-drain-systems-engineer

Tracy Drain: Systems Engineer Tracy Drain, with one of her childhood inspirations … Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek’s Lt. Uhura

02/15/2022

Thank you to our partners at KIVI Idaho News 6 for promoting STEM education in Idaho!

In an increasingly technological world, educating students in the field of drones helps them gain practical knowledge related to computational thinking and digital literacy – and helps prepare them for the workforce! That’s why STEM Action Center and PCS Edventures! brought the Drone Designers program to Idaho. The workshops trained educators from thirty schools and provided resources and supplies to integrate this knowledge into their existing programs and provide students with hands-on drone training and education.

To learn more about the program and how STEM Action Center is supporting Idaho students, click here: https://stem.idaho.gov/our-impact/brightspots
#6OnYourSideSponsor | KIVI

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos 02/15/2022

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos

Join us at the next EcosySTEM webinar on Feb. 25th at 12 pm MST where we will discuss the upcoming summer i-STEM institutes. i-STEM is a professional development opportunity for formal and informal Idaho educators (PK-12). We will also explore some of the materials from past i-STEM strands that are now available for check out from the i-STEM Lending Libraries, located across the state. Register to receive the zoom link for the webinar. It will also be recorded and archived on the website for later viewing.

You can use the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-stem-summer-institutes-discussion-and-demos-tickets-252175492687

i-STEM Summer Institutes: Discussion and Demos February Idaho EcosySTEM Webinar: i-STEM Summer Institutes - Discussion and Demos

02/15/2022

National Defense Education Program (NDEP) Funding Opportunity

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) NDEP is seeking to strategically fund STEM education at 2-year institutions and Community Colleges (2YI/CCs) through a consortium approach. This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) aims to enhance the STEM workforce through regional consortia which will develop and encourage STEM ecosystems between 2YI/CCs and 4-Year Institutions (4YIs), industry, local education agencies, and others in STEM education.
Activities should support the DoD STEM strategic plan and align to the 2018 Federal STEM Strategic Plan. The Department intends to award multiple cooperative agreements, subject to the availability of funds. The deadline for Letters of Intent and questions regarding this opportunity is February 22, 2022, to [email protected], and the deadline for full applications is March 29, 2022, through grants.gov.

How Erin Jackson became first Black woman to win individual gold at Winter Olympics 02/15/2022

How Erin Jackson became first Black woman to win individual gold at Winter Olympics

Celebrating Black History Month with an Historic Win!

Congratulations to Erin Jackson the first Black woman to win an Olympic gold medal in an individual event at the Winter Games!

Jackson won the 500 meters Sunday with a time of 37.04 seconds, giving the American speedskating program its first speedskating medal of the Beijing Games and first individual medal since 2010. She did not start ice skating until 2018.

“Hopefully it has an effect,” Jackson said, “and we can see more minorities, especially in the USA, getting out and trying some of these winter sports. And I just always hope to be a good example, especially with helping kids see they don’t have to just choose one between schools and sport.”

In addition Erin has studied Material Science Engineering with Associate Degrees in Computer Science and Kinesiology and working to combine those disciplines in a degree in Bio-Mechanics. As she says, "My hobby is going to school".

For more on this historic win and to watch her interview about her love of learning go to: https://www.nbcolympics.com/news/erin-jackson-speed-skating-first-black-woman-individual-olympic-gold-medal#:~:text=BEIJING%20%2D%2D%20Erin%20Jackson%20wasn,flying%20blind%2C%E2%80%9D%20she%20said.

How Erin Jackson became first Black woman to win individual gold at Winter Olympics Erin Jackson hadn't stepped on ice until 2017, but that didn't stop the engineer from making Olympic history.

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