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Bring history, citizen science, NASA technologies and Montana water quality research to your classroom or out-of-school program as you meld the mystique of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail with modern tools for data collection. More about Educator Workshop                       

                                   OTHER SUMMER EVENTS 

Math Problem Solving and Puzzles 

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                    Math Summer Camp                                   August 19 - 22, 2019 (8:30 - 4:30)                       Montana State University Campus


Cost: $180 (lunch/snaks included)
Grades: 6th-10th grade students who wish to hone their problem-solving skills

Focuses on:

  • Engaging students in enrichment mathematics activities beyond the classroom.
  • Stimulating enthusiasm and a love for mathematics by actually solving problems and understanding their solutions.
  • Developing student mathematical flexibility in solving problems.
  • Fostering mathematical creativity and ingenuity.

MSU Math Circle is a math enrichment clubopen to all talented school students interested in mathematics and eager to learn beyond the classroom. MSU Math Circle is a program of the Department of Education at MSU and is supported by the Mathematical Association of America's Dolciani Mathematics Enrichment Grants (DMEG) program.         In this four-day summer camp, our campers will solve hundreds of challenging math problems not taught in the school curriculum, work on interesting math puzzles and games, and prepare for math contests such as American Mathematics Contests 8 (AMC 8) and 10 (AMC 10). 

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          2019 Montana Science              Summer Institute (Aug. 6-7) &     STEM Summit 2019 (Aug. 7-8)

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Summer Institute Photo

Join us for the Second Annual Science Summer Institute: Connecting Classrooms to Careers. Pre-K through 12 educators and administrators as well as out-of-school time professionals will find STEM resources and curriculum ideas; updates on assessment and pedagogy; idea-generating breakout sessions; and the chance to network and learn from guest speakers and colleagues. The keynote speaker is photographer and conservationist Clay Bolt. The Institute concludes as the STEM Summit begins – with a STEM industry panel discussing the bridge between in-school and out-of-school learning and the workplace.

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STEM

Please also join us Aug. 7-8 for STEM Summit 2019, a gathering of STEM professionals, students, educators and champions from across the state of Montana. Whether or not you attended the first STEM Summit in 2017, we'd love to hear your voice as we explore opportunities and challenges, build collaborations, and explore action items for advancing STEM learning in Montana. The Summit begins at 3:15 on Aug. 7 with a STEM industry panel, and concludes at 11:30am on Aug. 8 as we collaborate to build an action plan for STEM in Montana.

The STEM Summit is free thanks to sponsorship from the MSU Science Math Resource Center and the Montana Afterschool Alliance. Learn more and register


AMC1012ABCongratulations 2019  AMC 10/12  Winners!

Science Math Resource Center announces the award to the following top scorers: 

AMC 10:

First Place $75

GUTHRIE, EDWARD D

Grade 8

Guthrie Academy

AMC 10:

Second Place $50

CHOU, AMBER

Grade 7

Sacajawea Middle School

AMC 12:

First Place $75

STOCK, KENNEDY A

Grade 11

Bozeman High School

AMC 12:

Second Place $50

DANENHAUER, ANNIKA N

Grade 12

Bozeman High School


AMC 8

Congratulations 2018  AMC 8  Winners!

Science Math Resource Center announces the award to the following top scorers: 

1

First Place $100:

Amber Chou

Grade 7

Sacajawea Middle School

2

Second Place $75:

Rachel Roberts

Grade 7

Chief Joseph Middle School

3

Third Place $50:

Owen Schultz ($25)

Grade 6

Chief Joseph Middle School

 

 

Reder Daughenbaugh ($25)

Grade 7

Sacajawea Middle School

4

Youth Prize $25:

Owen Schultz

Grade 6

Chief Joseph Middle School

 

In addition to these prizes, SMRC will award $25 one other top performer in 5th grade Ryan Loftsgaarden (Morning Star Elementary School) for the outstanding score at his age.

 


Montana Science Olympiad 2018-2019

MTSO 18

November 20, 2018

Junior high and high school students from across Montana competed in team events that tested their knowledge of various sciences, concepts and practices.

A total of 117 teams competed, including 60 Division B teams, which are made up of students in sixth through ninth grades, and 57 Division C teams, which are composed of students in grades nine through twelve.

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