The North Dakota Forest Service Information and Education Program helps to foster stewards of all ages with the skills to make wise decisions about the conservation and use of our forestry and related natural resources.
Enroll your classroom in the Smokey Bear and Living with Fire programming via videoconferencing (grades K-4).
Students will learn about the connection to Ray Bell from Bergan, ND as well as the fire triangle and how eliminating one or more elements of the triangle helps firefighters control wildfires.
EduTech has one slot available for the final session of the COSI Live Knee Replacement 2014!
Performed by an orthopedic surgeon from Mount Carmel Health System in Ohio. This interactive videoconference opportunity is in partnership with the Center for Science and Industry (COSI) and a great learning experience for students who want to find out more about medical professionals within a hospital operating room. Programming cost per school is $154 payable to EduTech. Connection time begins on Wednesday, March, 12th at 9:30 am with...
Dakota’s K-12 STEM pilot project to evidence effectiveness and efficiency in providing multi-classroom STEM learning is underway and recruitment efforts for interested teachers in this pilot is happening now.
Professional Development will be delivered during the North Dakota Science Teachers Association Spring Conference February 20-22, 2014 on the campus of Valley City State University. To register for the conference visit; http://www.ndsta.k12.nd.us/. Under registration click on Attendee Registration. To see agenda visit,...