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Design and Modeling Digital Escape Game

When:  December 3, 2018
Where:  State Department of CareerTech Stillwater
Cost:  Free
Time:  9:30 - 2:30

Registration:  https://goo.gl/forms/eT34m90S9SVb4zk63

For more information contact Nacoe Thomas at 405-743-5537 or

Continuing Teacher Academy

CTE Professional Development dates will be Sept. 27, 2018, and January 30, 2019 at Moore Norman Technology Center South Penn

If you already have an Eventbrite account, please click the link below and complete the registration as directed.

Link to Registration for CTE Professional Development.

Hotel information is provided below.

Link to Additional Information (agenda, map, session descriptions).

ctYOU.org Training

Date:  November 6, 8, 13, 15, and 29
Time 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Where:  ODCTE 1500 W. Seventh Avenue, Stillwater, OK 74074

Registration Link

StellarXplorers

StellarXplorers inspires and attracts high school students to pursue studies and careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through a challenging, space system design competition involving all aspects of system development and operation with a spacecraft/payload focus.

Get your students involved today! 

Facts Sheet

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Starting Checklist

A registration fee of $200 is due per team that participates but it is not due until December 1, 2018. If you are a Title I school/organization, you may request a waiver to the fee.

KidWind

Think you or your class has what it takes to build the most efficient, functional, and innovative wind turbine? Learn how to teach about wind energy and other renewables in your classroom, then try your luck at the KidWind Challenge!

Training and Workshop Information

ECU - Kidwind PD FREE Workshop by the Institute for Math and Science Education October 5, 2018 East Central University. Registration Link

Cisco IOT- Connecting Things

Registration Link

Cost:  Free
Date:  November 28 - 30, 2018
Where:  Francis Tuttle - Rockwell Campus Room D1870
Address:  12777 N Rockwell Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73142

The training will be for the first course Connecting Things of the 3 course series.  Each participant will need to bring the supplies listed below the cost is about $250. These supplies can be reused when teaching the course. Below is a document with links to equipment:

Equipment List

You will also need to bring a laptop that can load and run packet tracer.

The IoT Fundamentals curriculum consists of 3 courses: Connecting Things, Big Data & Analytics and the Hackathon Playbook.

It covers the core and emerging topics needed to achieve these outcomes, such as prototyping, programming IoT devices, electronic circuit design, network connectivity, IoT security, data visualization and much more. One of the consistent instructional focus areas across the IoT Fundamentals curriculum is to develop and expand a creative “Maker” mindset. Students tinker, prototype, and iterate in a lab environment modeled after “Maker Spaces” and then transition to understand how those concepts can be applied at the Enterprise level to transform businesses.

The curriculum has been precisely engineered with many features to help students explore and understand the domain, outlined below:

Rich multimedia content, including interactive activities, videos, games, and quizzes, addresses a variety of learning styles to help stimulate learning and increase knowledge retention.

Cisco Prototyping Lab to facilitate hands-on labs using a blend of Maker-grade technologies (Raspberry Pi, Arduino) and Enterprise-grade technologies (Cisco Spark).

Packet Tracer simulation-based learning activities help students develop critical thinking and complex problem solving skills by designing realistic models of real or imagined implementations.

Assessments provide immediate feedback to support the evaluation of knowledge and acquired skills.

Hackathons are used as a learning tool to reinforce and apply the skills students have acquired thus far. In the hackathon they will work in a team to identify a business or social need, design a prototype of a solution to address the identified need, and present their solution to their peers and an “expert” panel.

 For more information contact  

Anatomy in Clay

Date:  January 10-11, 2019
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where:  Metro Technology Center, Business Conference Center Room
Address:  1900 Spring lake Drive, Oklahoma City OK, 73111

Registration, Cost and Flyer

Online Career Planning Tool

OK Career Guide is an easy online tool available for all Oklahomans to explore and guide their futures. You can take assessments, identify occupations, establish education plans and ultimately connect to employers. Whether you are a student searching for career and college options or an adult looking for a new career path, OK Career Guide is the powerful tool to provide all the career and educational resources you will need to chart your course for the future.

OkCareerGuide.org

OK Career Guide Training Registration Link

Oklahoma State University

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Oklahoma Public School Resource Center

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