STEM Professional Development Opportunities
Externships are learning experiences that help educators enrich their students interactions and academic content by using real-world applications. By having their own industry experiences, educators may also become better-equipped to prepare students for the workforce.
• Earn up to $750 by spending 30 hours with an approved aerospace company
• Engage in high quality professional development without missing time in class
• Expand and improve partnerships that result in addressing the aerospace workforce opportunities and needs
• Submit a completed application with selected aerospace company by May 3, 2023
•Compete the externship no later than July 31, 2023
When: June 20-21
Where: Tulsa Tech - Broken Arrow Campus (4000 W Florence St, Broken Arrow)
What: This session will cover competition, registration, coding, building, engineering notebook and student retention. Bring a claw bot kit or a robot you've already built and a laptop with software downloaded from here: https://www.vexrobotics.com/vexcode/install/v5. There will be time for building so if you already have a robot built, you may be helping someone build who never has before.
Incorporating TSA in the Classroom
When: June 21st
Where: Stillwater, ODCTE
What: This session will focus on how to make TSA a co-curricular part of your STEM classroom.
CareerTech Master Educator
We are excited to introduce professional development that fits your schedule and your needs. CareerTech’s Master Educator is an online professional development management system designed to inspire continuous learning through a variety of online courses, while also giving individuals the opportunity to track and manage their personal professional development. Course topics range from instructional strategies and classroom management to coaching skills and avoiding burnout. We also have more than 7,000 courses from LinkedIn Learning. By participating in the CareerTech Master Educator program, you’ll earn professional development hours that may assist with certification and enhance your professional abilities. Your opportunity awaits!
Interested? Contact James Gordon James.Gordon@careertech.ok.gov or 405-743-5518.
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.
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