Olympic ESD STEM Hotspot
We are the STEM Hotspot at OESD114, connecting teachers to content knowledge, STEM professionals, classroom best practices, and standards from math, science, CTE, ELA, and computer science.
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STEM Office Hours
Individual STEM support is available by appointment! Get one-on-one help on any STEM activity, lesson, or unit.
By Appointment; Email Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
NASA: Earth Series for Secondary Teachers
In this series for secondary (Grades 6-12) science/CTE teachers, we will take an integrated approach to the sciences (Life/Earth/Physical) and include connections to math and engineering. Classroom-ready activities aligned to NGSS 3-D learning will be included in each session.
Each session is 4:30 – 7:30 PM.
3 STEM clock hours per session.
Event is free and dinner is provided.
$100 implementation honoraria available.
Science + Engineering: NASA Series for Secondary Teachers
How do scientists and engineers from NASA work together to understand important question and address our most pressing problems? That is the focus of this 5-part series. In each session, participants will engage in classroom ready activities and lesson plans that highlight the interdependent relationship between science and engineering on NASA projects from the past, present, and future.
3 STEM Clock Hours Per Session (15 total)
$100 Honorarium available for classroom implementation
K-8 Edison Robotics
In this workshop, you will learn how to use the Edison robots to teach your students about technology, engineering, and computer programming. Participants will be eligible to borrow a classroom set of Edison robots (15 robots, batteries, lesson plans) for 3 weeks. COST: $20 per session
4:30 - 7:30 PM
Jan 27, Bremerton
Jan 28, Port Angeles
"Next Level" Edison Robotics
February 24, Bremerton
February 25, Port Angeles
K-5 Eureka Science Stories
How can reading story books about the extraordinary lives of diverse scientists, engineers, and inventors inspire your students and enhance your science and STEM teaching? Come find out! This workshop is great for elementary librarians, science or STEM specialists, and classroom teachers.
9 AM - 2 PM (4.5 STEM Clock Hours)
Lunch and Book Provided
Authentic, Student-Centered Engineering in K-12 Classrooms
Can your students identify problems, decide if those problems could be solved with engineering, define criteria for success and constraints, and make robust claims from evidence throughout the engineering design process? YES!
4:30 - 7:30 PM
3 STEM Clock Hours
Level 1 and Level 2
Come learn how to use storybooks, chapter books, novels, and excerpts to launch authentic engineering designs. Suitable for PreK-12.
New Dates Coming Soon
OESD 114 STEM Vision
STEM is a change in mindset that supports the integration of the standards and associated instructional shifts in math, science, engineering, technology and English Language Arts in service of a classroom experience that supports discovery, problem solving, and communication to provide equity and access to college and career readiness.
Unless noted, all events are held at the OESD 114 office in Bremerton, 105 National Avenue North.
Please pre-register for all events so that we can plan for supplies and food.