SuperQuest 2016 Redmond


July 13 – 15

  • ***Teaching Game Design led by Jill Hubbard
    has been moved to Newport. Instead we offer:
  • Java Programming in Minecraft led by Terry Alexander
    use the lure of creative changes to the popular game to inspire programming.
  • Agile Software Methods led by Pete Steinfeld
    Industry methods that work for robotics and other teams
  • App Inventor led by Melissa Kessler
    No experience necessary. Learn MIT’s App Inventor for Android devices (or computer-based emulator). Focus on middle and high school.
  • Curriculum and Pedagogy, led by T Smith and team
    Tools for classroom management and courses so students can fly past the limits of your knowledge, including Dual Credit options.
  • LEGO Robotics Grades 4-9 led by Bob Eckstein
    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.
  • Intro to Computer Science  led by Ryan Comingdeer
    Little to no experience with CS? Come and learn about basics from an industry professional.
  • Creative Coding led by Gretchen Raynak
    July 15 only. Coding can be exciting and confidence building, and everyone can learn how. Please bring a laptop or iPad.
  • 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

In Collaboration with the Central Oregon STEM Hub

Questions? Contact Randy and Janis via