EMSP envisions an East Multnomah County community where children, youth, and adults have equitable access to and are engaged in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) learning that results in a skilled workforce and increased economic opportunity.
Why should you get involved?
EMSP can serve your students in the following ways:
- Incorporate inquiry-based, career-connected STEAM learning into your teaching practice.
- Learn where and how to direct your students toward high-wage, high-demand careers in our region.
- Gain valuable skills, knowledge, and community through targeted STEAM professional development.
- Connect with community organizations, industry partners, and other educators to expand what you can offer your students.
- Support students who are historically underrepresented in STEAM fields to thrive in school and in the economy.
EMSP needs your help and would like to invite you to become a part of our partnership by filling out the form below. EMSP convenes leaders from community organizations, local businesses, and organizations like yours to work towards an East Multnomah County where all people, particularly underserved communities, have equitable access to and are engaged in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM). We strengthen our partnership by welcoming members from a wide range of industries and sectors to build stronger relationships, share resources, and better integrate our community serving systems.
The above Partner Commitment Form survey will input you as a partner in our dynamic map system. If you want to update your directory and map entry AND your organization has already completed a Partner Commitment Form in 2020, please reach out to EMSP at email@example.comÂ for a link to your personalized form, instead of creating a new one.
Resources for Educators:
Common Sense MediaÂ educator training and curriculum allows educators toÂ learn the basics of teaching students how to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in the digital world.
NASA for EducatorsÂ Â strives to â€œinspire and motivate students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematicsâ€ by supporting education in the Nationâ€™s schools and to â€œengage the public in shaping and sharing the experience of exploration and discoveryâ€ by supporting informal education and public outreach efforts.
Raspberry PiÂ is a series of credit card-sized single-board computers developed in the United Kingdom by theÂ Raspberry PiÂ Foundation to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools and developing countries.
ISTE’sÂ mission is to empower learners to flourish in a connected world by cultivating a passionate professional learning community, linking educators and partners, leveraging knowledge and expertise, advocating for strategic policies, and continually improving learning and teaching.
Scratch for EducatorsÂ prepares educators to lead theirÂ students through projects using Scratch to code their own interactive stories, animations, and games. In the process, youth learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively â€” essential skills for everyone in todayâ€™s society.
Mindset WorksÂ is the global leader in growth mindset training for educators and students, leveraging the pioneering research of co-founders Carol Dweck and Lisa Blackwell. The mission at Mindset Works is to enable a world in which people seek and are fulfilled by ongoing learning and growth.
OpenSciEd was launched to improve the supply of and address demand for high-quality, open-source, full-course science instructional materials, while at the same time supporting the implementation of middle school science instructional units.
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We believe that every student, regardless of where they live in the East Multnomah County area, deserves access to learning experiences that will inspire them to be inventors and prepare them to help solve the challenges of tomorrow. Donate to support and build more opportunities for children all throughout East Multnomah County.
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