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STEM in the Parks
Solar Eclipse Workshop for Teachers
Solar Eclipse Workshop for Teachers
Center for Research on STEM Teaching and Learning (CRSTL)
Engineering Camp 2017
OSU Engineering Camp
CRSTL Hosts Engineering Camp for 4th-6th Graders

The Center for Research in STEM Teaching and Learning (CRSTL) will nurture and encourage collaborative endeavors in transformative research on STEM teaching and learning that promise extraordinary outcomes in technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education at all levels (K-20) and improved STEM education in Oklahoma and the nation.

CRSTL Events

2019 K-12 STEM Teacher Institute

If you have questions contact us @ crstl@okstate.edu. Registration opens April 1, 2019


2019 CRSTL Summer Camps

  • Kids Coding Camp
    June 17-21
    Register Here
  • If I Build it - Engineering Camp
    July 15-19  8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Register Here
     
  • Art and Geometry
    July 22-26  8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Register Here

Cost for each camp is $120 and includes snacks, materials and t-shirt. For more information, click here.
 


Open-Up: Grades 6-8 Math Curriculum Training

  • Date/Times:
    • Summer-In person days:  July 10-11, 2019
    • Academic Year: 4 virtual training sessions (approx. 2-hours each – Sept, Oct, Nov, Jan/Feb)
    • At least one “one-on-one” coaching session
  • Cost:  $100 per teacher
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  • To Register click here 

All purchase orders should be made out to CRSTL-Open-Up Training, 325R Willard, College of Education, Health and Aviation, Stillwater, Ok  74078. 


 

    STEM Spotlight

    Dr. Stephanie Hathcock

    Dr. Stephanie Hathcock, assistant professor in science education, is the recipient of the 2018 School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA) Outstanding Early Career Scholar Award. Hathcock received the award, which recognizes outstanding early career contributions to science and mathematics education and celebrates exemplary program research, at the national convention in October.

    “Dr. Hathcock epitomizes the intent of the Early Career Scholar Award,” said Dr. Juliana Utley, professor of mathematics education and director of the Center for Research on STEM Teaching and Learning. “Her research record continues to grow, and she is extremely deserving of this award.”

     

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