Valley City’s New Afterschool Program Engages 29 Students in STEAM

We're excited to announce that Valley City has opened a new SEEC meaningful-out-of-school-time program at Washington Elementary! Located in the school's library, the program is equipped with enough staff to engage with 29 students (currently 10 4th graders, 9 5th graders, and 10 6th graders) in STEAM-related activities and projects! Jessica Sanden, a library media... Continue Reading →

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Math Science Partnership Community of Practice Sees Large and Statistically Significant Increases in Multiple Areas

As part of a collaborative grant with the N.D. State College of Science, the SEEC engaged nearly 100 teachers and over 2,500 students through two cohorts of the Math Science Partnership (MSP) Community of Practice (COP) focusing on two main goals: Goal 1) Show an increase in the ability of students to demonstrate career-ready skills, and teacher use... Continue Reading →

Project Learning Continues in Wahpeton

Another great article capturing the great work of the Math Science Partnership grant through the Department of Education. The SEEC works in collaboration with North Dakota State College of Science to provide professional development for teachers on how to bring project-based teaching and learning into classrooms while also incorporating 21st Century Skills and the 4Cs.... Continue Reading →

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