Eastern Oregon STEM Learning Environments partnership allows students in grades 3-8 to experience a new kind of curriculum that connects science, technology, engineering, and math to the natural world and its resources. It also makes STEM education relevant for teachers and students in eastern Oregon within the communities they live and work.
A series of workshops, beginning Fall 2012, shows teachers how to implement hands-on study units in their classrooms. In turn, the student's grasp of the STEM subjects provides a stepping stone for professional development in regards to STEM-oriented professions.
Here's the link to the Moodle Course.