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Information and news found on this page are from NSSTA Partners and other organizations that have shared information with us to share with our members.  The Nevada State Science Teachers Association (NSSTA) does not claim any ownership or responsibility for any events, workshops, or activities not specifically sponsored by the Nevada State Science Teachers Association (NSSTA). Please contact event organizers for more information.

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  • Monday, February 22, 2021 3:30 PM | Kate Fowler (Administrator)

    For high school students and current high school STEM teachers, JSTI is a two-week research experience. The middle school JSTI program lasts one-week. The goal of JSTI is to provide students and teachers with an opportunity to engage in hands-on activities, team building, and research projects mentored by professional researchers while also gaining exposure to various STEM careers.


    There are JSTI opportunities in two locations: New Mexico (JSTI West) and Maryland (JSTI East). Eligibility for each program is different.

    JSTI East: https://orise.orau.gov/jstieast/

    JSTI West: https://orise.orau.gov/jstiwest/


  • Monday, February 22, 2021 3:30 PM | Kate Fowler (Administrator)

    The Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (UCSB) will hold its annual high school teachers conference, White Dwarfs as Cosmic Laboratories, on April 10, 2021.

    The registration deadline is March 14. There is no registration fee.

    Register Here: https://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/activities/whitedwarfst-c21

  • Monday, February 22, 2021 3:30 PM | Lori Henrickson
    The Nevada Division of Minerals still has some openings for live virtual classroom sessions for the spring.  They have several educational presentations related to earth science, minerals, and mining. They may also be available for career day programs for schools.  Teachers can request career day presentations or regular presentations when they sign up.  Book a date and time, then specific details can be discussed when they make contact with the teacher.

     

    The website is https://ndom.setmore.com/ .


    For any questions, please reach out to Garrett Wake at gwake@minerals.nv.gov


  • Friday, February 19, 2021 3:30 PM | Kate Fowler (Administrator)

    Join Albert Einstein Distinguished Educators at NASA Rachael Arens and Michael Guarraia on March 4, 2021 for a freestyle conversation and workshop with the NASA AEROKATS and ROVER Education Network (AREN) to learn how to use NASA technologies and practices in authentic, experiential learning STEM environments. Members can partner with the NASA AREN Project to access kite-based “AEROKATS” and remote-controlled aquatic and land-based “ROVERS” that collect remotely sensed Earth observations that students can graph and analyze!

    Through this program, educators gain the opportunity to work with NASA scientists and learn real-life protocols and field operations conducted by NASA! This webinar is suitable for all grades K-12.

    Gain access to registration and the flyer.

  • Friday, February 19, 2021 3:30 PM | Kate Fowler (Administrator)

    Free Minecraft competitions teach STEM skills 

    • Kids will learn about physics and agriculture/environment in fun Minecraft challenges
    • Can be used in class or as an enrichment activity for kids at home
    • Detailed guidance provided via video; no need to be a Minecraft expert
    • Minecraft Education Edition will be provided free to students who need it
    • Mapped to ISTE, NGSS, and other relevant standards
    • Graphics and other info available for you to use in newsletter / social media

     

    nasef farmcraft logo NEWTM

    NASEF Farmcraft™ 2021 is a student challenge to successfully create farms and grow foods in Minecraft! Apply and adapt agricultural production techniques in different unique environmental biomes. Participation is free and open to individuals of all ages, especially grades 3-12 (ages 8-18). Learn more here.

    NASEF Rube Goldberg - Final

    Build a digital Rube Goldberg Machine in Minecraft Education that completes a simple task in the most fun and overly complicated way possible. Watch tutorials to learn how to create working simple machines, then string them together to create a wacky chain-reaction contraption. Learn more here

     

    Have questions? Contact NASEF Communications Director Claire LaBeaux at claire@nasef.org


  • Friday, February 19, 2021 3:30 PM | Kate Fowler (Administrator)

    March 13, 2021 - See flyer below or website for more information:

    https://www.wai.org/GIADWAI2021

    You do *not* need to be from Reno to register for this event. 



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