SuperQuest 2016 Southern Oregon


 Southern Oregon
August 16-18

  • Making the Most of Mobiles led by Gary Laipply
    Ideas, tips, webtools, and apps for using iPads or other mobile devices in the classroom. Please bring your own mobile device, a laptop, and charging cables.
  • Chromebooks in Your Classroom led by David Cosand and JP Newman
    Focus on integration, management, student engagement with specific project examples.
  • Gamify your Classroom!!! led by Tisha Richmond
    Use motivational gameplay to create a collaborative, creative classroom environment. Design a gamified unit.
  • LEGO Robotics Grades 4-9 led by Nikki Kolb
    Aimed at either classroom or afterschool, whether to learn science or compete as a team. Instructor will send more info.
  • Digital Design and Manufacturing  led by Wade Sims
    FabLab? MakerSpace? 3D Printing? Laser Cutting? Bring it on!
  • led by Chris Bartlo
    Instead of one Hour of Code a year, how about all year long? Day 1 on K-5, Day 2 on Middle School. No Day 3 at this time.
  • VEX Robotics led by Greg Smith
    For high school educators, and coaches, particularly those with Project Lead The Way experience. Bring a VEX kit if you have one.
  • 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.
  • Integrating Game Design and Development into your Curriculum led by Arian Kulp
    No prior experience necessary. Learn from an industry professional.
  • Graduate Credit process unique to Southern Oregon Superquest here: superquest_credit_2016



  • 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 Rogue Community College & Southern Oregon ESD

Questions? Contact Randy and Janis via