Get ready for the
you haven't registered for the winter conference
on February 8th, it's not too late! You won't want
to miss out on our keynote speaker, Derek Muller,
or 15 topic strands. There's something for
everyone! Click here
Standards Review is Open!
is very excited to support the new SEEd standards
put forth by the Utah State Board of Education. We
encourage all of our members to attend a public
forum near you or one of the three online public
sessions (times and locations on the USBE website), as well as submit
an online review here. If you haven't had a
chance to look at the new K-5 and 9-12 SEEd
standards, you may do so here.
the letter of support from UtSTA
President John Taylor.
Office of Energy Award
to Jared Eliason from Manti High
School in South Sanpete District for receiving the
new Governor's Office of Energy Award!
Action Center Grants
Classroom and Competition grants will only be
opened once next year NOT 3 times. This will be
open around mid-August to end of September, so get
your ideas solidified and
will be open February
11th until March
26th. This can be used to provide money
to attend the NSTA Regional Conference in October
Opening at NHMU
Natural History Museum of Utah has received an NSF
is looking for a creative
person with strong curriculum development and
writing skills to help as they grow Research
Quest. Click here to view the job description
Film Center instructors will provide training on
how to integrate documentary film screenings into
the classroom. Workshop includes watching a Film
Spark film, and learning best practices for using
the accompanying curriculum. Upon completion, each
teacher team will receive a Film Spark Volume 2,
which includes 12 STEM-related documentaries and
standards-linked study guides.
are open to educators grades 6-12, and will be
held statewide. Go here for more information.
More Science News?
the State Science Blog! It's updated
regularly with opportunities for science teachers