Wyoming Computer Science Hub Information for K-12 teachers can be found here.
SEED is the Science and Engineering Education Development lab run by Professor Burrows at the University of Wyoming. The goal of the SEED lab
is to bring research experiences to College of Education undergraduates and graduates
in a variety of spaces such as science education, engineering education, and computer
science education. The focus is on interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary STEM spaces
as they relate to K-16 education and professional development.
The SEED lab has nurtured many graduates since 2016 and participated in a variety
of federally and state-funded grant programs. Burrows has 10M+ in total funding and
4M+ in PI funding. Find out more about Professor Burrows through ORCiD, ResearchGate, and Google Scholar.
Find some previous authentic research experiences for SEED lab members:
Under the 'past events' options in the left menu, the reader can find information
on past GenCyber Cowpokes, The Artful Craft of Science (TACoS) summer camp, WySLICE,
Living Walls, EPSCoR K-12 EOD, SWARMS, LASSI, RAMPED I, RAMPED II, and the Western
Regional Noyce Alliance (WRNA).
Under the 'current events' options in the left menu, the reader can find information
on the options for the coming year such as TACoS, WySLICE, WySTACK, and Code.org.
Being a part of the SEED lab provides support and partnerships with others interested
in STEM education from all across the UW campus (e.g., Computer Science Department,
Physics and Astronomy Department), integrating with other disciplines (e.g., Art Department),
and the nation (e.g., collaboration with teachers from across the US).
The SEED lab welcomes you to ask a question, stop by to say hello, or join us!
You can also fill out this google form to express interest in attending any of our opportunities.
NSF STEM SHOWCASE
Living Wall Introduction
Link to cross-disciplinary matrix
UW Swarms Cohort 2020
Website for UW Swarms
WCSPSS Standards (K-2)
WCSPSS Standards (3-5)
WCSPSS Standards (6-8)
WCSPSS Standards (HS)