ENROLLMENT OPENS Apr. 11, 2021 – STREAM: Ratios & Proportions 6-7 (May 2-23, 2021)

This module explores how a solid understanding of fraction concepts lays the foundation for students to successfully interpret, apply, and manipulate ratios and proportions. Specific goals and activities include the following:

  • Recognize how learning progressions based on fraction knowledge prepare students for conceptual work with ratios and proportions.
  • Solve fraction, ratio, and proportion problems in multiple ways.
  • Develop an awareness of student misconceptions related to fraction, ratio, and proportion and examine teacher strategies to resolve these misconceptions.

15 renewal units

Enrollment opens Apr. 11, 2021.

Visit the STREAM: Ratios & Proportions (6-7) course on the Teacher Learning Hub to enroll.

2021 Montana Virtual Science Olympiad

The Science Math Center at Montana State University in Bozeman is hosting the 2021 Montana Science Olympiad virtually this year. The Olympiad is open to all middle school and high school students and their teachers. The deadline to pay registration fees is March 1, 2021.

Visit the Science Olympiad website for rules, registration fees, and other important details.

East Asia Beyond the Headlines: Contemporary Issues in China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea webinar series

The Montana World Affairs Council, the Mansfield Center at the University of Montana, and the East Asia Resource Center and the University of Washington are co-hosting this webinar series about contemporary issues faced in four East Asia countries. This 20-hour NCTA online seminar is geared for secondary current world affairs, geography, history, and social studies teachers and curriculum specialists to help educators expand and update their own knowledge of current issues in East Asia or incorporate content on East Asia into their curriculum for the first time. School librarians and administrators are also encouraged to apply. It provides content and resources for teaching about China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. Montana teachers will be given priority to attend the webinar series.

Visit the event website for more information or to register to attend.

2021 Virtual State Science Fair at UM

The University of Montana’s College of Humanities and Sciences is hosting its 2021 State Science Fair virtually this year. The cost to register is $25 per student. The fair is open to all students in middle and high school.

Visit the event website for rules, registration information and other important details.

East Asia Beyond the Headlines: Contemporary Issues in China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea webinar series

The Montana World Affairs Council, the Mansfield Center at the University of Montana, and the East Asia Resource Center and the University of Washington are co-hosting this webinar series about contemporary issues faced in four East Asia countries. This 20-hour NCTA online seminar is geared for secondary current world affairs, geography, history, and social studies teachers and curriculum specialists to help educators expand and update their own knowledge of current issues in East Asia or incorporate content on East Asia into their curriculum for the first time. School librarians and administrators are also encouraged to apply. It provides content and resources for teaching about China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. Montana teachers will be given priority to attend the webinar series.

Visit the event website for more information or to register to attend.

East Asia Beyond the Headlines: Contemporary Issues in China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea webinar series

The Montana World Affairs Council, the Mansfield Center at the University of Montana, and the East Asia Resource Center and the University of Washington are co-hosting this webinar series about contemporary issues faced in four East Asia countries. This 20-hour NCTA online seminar is geared for secondary current world affairs, geography, history, and social studies teachers and curriculum specialists to help educators expand and update their own knowledge of current issues in East Asia or incorporate content on East Asia into their curriculum for the first time. School librarians and administrators are also encouraged to apply. It provides content and resources for teaching about China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. Montana teachers will be given priority to attend the webinar series.

Visit the event website for more information or to register to attend.

2021 MSU Billings Science Expo – now virtual!

The 2021 MSU Billings Science Expo will be held virtually this year. Winners from the expo will go on the Virtual State Science Fair in Missoula on March 31st. The registration deadline is February 19th at 5 pm. The science expo is open to all students in grade 1 to 12.

Visit the event website for rules, registration details and other important information.

2021 Montana Tech Regional Science & Engineering Fair – now virtual!

The 2021 Montana Tech Regional Science & Engineering Fair will be held virtually this year on March 2 and 3, 2021. The fair is open to all students in grades 5 to 12. The middle school science fair is Tuesday, March 2, 2021. The high school science fair is Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The deadline to register is 12 pm on February 22, 2021.

Visit the event website for rules, registration details and other important information.

East Asia Beyond the Headlines: Contemporary Issues in China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea webinar series

The Montana World Affairs Council, the Mansfield Center at the University of Montana, and the East Asia Resource Center and the University of Washington are co-hosting this webinar series about contemporary issues faced in four East Asia countries. This 20-hour NCTA online seminar is geared for secondary current world affairs, geography, history, and social studies teachers and curriculum specialists to help educators expand and update their own knowledge of current issues in East Asia or incorporate content on East Asia into their curriculum for the first time. School librarians and administrators are also encouraged to apply. It provides content and resources for teaching about China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. Montana teachers will be given priority to attend the webinar series.

Visit the event website for more information or to register to attend.