SuperQuest 2016 Newport


Newport, July 27 – 29

  • ***Java Programming in Minecraft led by Terry Alexander
    has moved to Redmond. We expect the EventBrite registration form to update on Thursday, June 16. Instead, we offer:
  • Teaching Game Design led by Jill Hubbard
    No experience necessary. Get your students making games instead of just playing them. Windows systems strongly preferred. More info coming from instructor.
  •  Web Coding led by Chris Winikka
    build or refine your web design/development course or unit of study; enhance your own front-end development skills; and join our statewide community of web design/development teachers and aficionados.
  • LEGO Robotics Grades 4-9 led by Don Domes
    mostly aimed at grades 4-9, in either classroom or afterschool, whether to learn science or compete as a team. Instructor will send more info.
  • FTC Robotics Grades 7-12 led by Dale Jordan
    for educators and coaches, covering tech and team topics.
  • Digital Design and Fabrication led by Wade Sims
    FabLab? MakerSpace? 3D Printing? Laser Cutting? Bring it on!
  • for K-5 led by Susan Hamann
    One day, July 27 only; registrants welcome for all Lunch and Learn 
  • Intro to Arduino led by Chris O’Brien
    be introduced to Arduino components and programming, with a focus on exploration, skill-building, and the creation of useful devices for teachers to utilize in their classrooms.



  • 8:30a-9:00a    Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • 9:00-12:00      Morning Session
  • 12:00-1:30p     Lunch-n-Learn (Meals provided)
    • Guest Speakers from Education & Industry TBA!
  • 1:30-4:30p       Afternoon Session




Locale & Accommodations

  • TravelOregon on Newport and the surrounding area
  • Teachers from Oregon Coast STEM Hub participating districts — contact Ruth McDonald via for possible housing and mileage reimbursement options.

  • We are working on some less expensive housing options …

In Collaboration with the Oregon Coast STEM Hub

Questions? Contact Randy and Janis via