Woodburn STEM Partnership

   Woodburn STEM Partnership is a year-long professional development program in earth/space science and engineering design for K-12 teachers. The program includes the following core activities for 15 teachers:

   All program travel, lodging, books, supplies, tuition (12 graduate credit hours) and other costs will be assumed by the program on behalf of participants.

Project Staff/Contacts

Kevin Carr, Pacific University College of Education, kcarr@pacificu.edu
Greg Bothun, University of Oregon Department of Physics, nuts@bigmoo.georgefox.edu
Diane Berthoin-Hernandez, Woodburn SD Teaching and Learning, dberthoin@woodburnsd.org

WSP is funded by an ESEA Title IIA University School Partnership Grant from the U.S. Department of Education, and administered by Pacific STEM Teaching Pathways