The Science Education Council of Ohio (SECO) is a collaborative community that believes everyone deserves the benefit of a strong science education in order to engage with an ever-changing world.  

April's Webinar

ODE-SECO Virtual Meetup

Obtain, Evaluate & Present Information

Thursday,  April 15, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.          

Register Here

 Please join us this Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 4:00.  Jason Cervenec from Byrd Polar Climate Research Center will explore with us the Science and Engineering practice of Engaging in Argument from Evidence, within the context of climate science and climate science education.  In addition, we will also examine the Nature of Science component of Science is Open to Revision in Light of New Evidence and how that impacts climate science and education efforts as well.


Register in advance for this meeting.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

More information about this session and resources from our other Virtual Meetups can be found on the ODE Science Resource Page.

Featured Teacher Resource

Bringing NASA Lessons Into Your Classroom With Space From A Distance

The Ohio STEM Learning Network proudly announces a new collaboration between science non-profit Battelle and NASANext Gen STEM: Space from a Distance Join us for an informational webinar on 12/9/2020 to learn how to qualify for a free STEM crate with supplies for 30 students.

Starting 2/1/2020,  we will feature week-long standards-aligned design challenges designed for K-12 by NASA professionals. Each week will focus on a different piece of NASA’s mission – STEM on Station, Moon to Mars, Commercial Crew, and Aeronaut-X – providing accessible resources to you and your students in person or virtually. Each week, we’ll help you guide your students through the engineering design process, participate in hands-on-STEM activities, and learn about NASA careers from the professionals themselves.


Did you miss the SECO February Webinar on Constructing Explanations Using Scientific Models? You can find it in our membership section. 

Did you miss the SECO January Webinar on Using Mathematics & Computational Thinking? Click here to access a recording.

Did you miss the SECO November Webinar on Nature of Science: Scientific Inquiry & Application? Click here to access a recording.

Did you miss the SECO October Webinar on Designing and Carrying Out Investigations?  Click here to access a recording. 

Did you miss the SECO September Webinar on Asking Questions & Defining Problems?  Click here to access a recording. 

Did you miss the SECO May Webinar on Reading and Writing Like a Scientist? Click here to access a recording 

Did you miss the SECO April Webinar on National Geographic FREE educator resources?  Click here to access a recording 

Did you miss the SECO February Webinar on Open Educational Resources,  presented by SECO Board Member Char Shryock?  Click here to access a recording

SECO members have access to all of our webinars. Check out the Teacher Resources tab above!! 

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Meet your SECO President!

Have ideas that you would like to see SECO initiate? Have a question about Science Education in Ohio? Contact us!

Science Education Council of Ohio (SECO)

2322 Raeburn Terrace

Cincinnati, OH 45223

President, Leslie Silbernagel

President Elect, Vicki Willett

 Executive Director Emeritus, Kay Wagner

Executive Director Emeritus, Piyush Swami

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