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Finding the Hook: August 14-17

Teaching Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Using Oregon's Sustainable Fisheries

Crab fishing aboard the crab boat Delma Ann. Photo: Oregon Sea Grant Crab fishing aboard the crab boat Delma Ann. Photo: Oregon Sea Grant

Oregon teachers:  Register for this four-day summer workshop!

Title: Finding the Hook: Teaching Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Using Oregon’s Sustainable Fisheries

Location: Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, OR

Dates: Monday, August 14th 8:00am to Thursday, August 17th 5:00pm

For: Oregon teachers grades 4-12

Cost: $50 to register; All participants will receive a $200 stipend upon completion of the workshop.

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Description: Join us as we engage with the fishing community, researchers, and natural resource managers to explore the complex issues surrounding Oregon’s fisheries. This 4-day workshop will include field-based and classroom activities such as data collection, dock walks, engineering challenges, lab tours, fish printing, and seafood sampling. Most meals are provided. Housing is available for participants traveling more than 50 miles from Newport. Boots and rain gear are recommended each day.

Questions? Contact Tracy Crews at OregonCoastSTEM@oregonstate.edu

This training is provided by Oregon Sea Grant in partnership with the Oregon Coast STEM Hub.

 

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About Cait Goodwin, Communications Coordinator for OCSH (23 Articles)
Cait Goodwin is the Communications Coordinator for the Oregon Coast STEM Hub (OCSH), and coordinates a variety of marine education programs with Oregon Sea Grant. The OCSH engages coastal educators and students with inspiring STEM experiences, preparing students to be highly skilled employees and educated citizens, capable of making informed decisions about global and regional issues.