NEW Summer '18 OPPORTUNITIES in Pendleton and The Dalles:

SIGN UP HERE by August 13, 2018 to reserve your spot.

Once you have completed the three modules included in this hybrid experience, you will be part of the Oregon Science Project! As an Oregon Science Project teacher, you join a statewide PLC of over 200 educators who are able to attend other NGSS-based online professional learning opportunities offered by the Oregon Science Project during the '18-'19 school year.

Cost: $75 (40 PDU's) or $75 plus $100 per credit (2 credits)

Locations: Pendleton OR The Dalles plus online collaborative work


Monday August 6th 9am-3pm in person plus 10-15 hours online on your own and with other educators via video in real time


Thursday August 16th from 9am-3pm in person plus 10-15 hours online on your own and with other educators via video in real time

Modules covered: Phenomena & Equity, Talk & Equity, and Formative Assessment for Equity. For more information please contact

This professional development is led by current classroom teachers who are trained Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators.

Welcome to the Oregon Science Project

The Oregon Science Project is an equity-focused, statewide professional learning network designed to build regional science education leadership throughout the state. The Oregon Department of Education awarded Oregon Math and Science Partnership funds to Eastern Oregon University to launch the first 2 years of the Oregon Science Project from 2016-2018.

Dozens of professional learning facilitators are now leading regional teacher professional development programs around the Next Generation Science Standards. With a focus on the historically underserved rural and semi-rural areas of Oregon, this professional learning network seeks to connect educators over long distances in new ways.

Eastern Oregon University, GO STEM Hub, the Oregon Science Teachers Association, and the Oregon Coast STEM Hub are leading this effort in partnership with multiple Oregon STEM hubs.

Over 200 Educators From All Over Oregon


More About the Oregon Science Project

Cristina manages the day-to-day work of the Oregon Science Project including the development and maintenance of the professional learning curriculum for the 30 learning facilitators and their 200 educators. She brings over a decade of experience developing and designing professional learning partnerships with K-12 educators, universities, museums, and districts. Her academic and professional backgrounds in entomology and history of science provide her with a nature of science focused approach to the teaching and learning of science.