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OETA Launches New Curriculum GuideOETA Launches New Curriculum Guide

Date: Tuesday, August 1
Time: 1–2:30 pm
Location: OETA, 7403 N. Kelley Ave., OKC, OK 73111
Contact: Curtis Calvin

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Oklahoma school administrators are invited to the launch of OETA’s curriculum guide for its original digital series, What’s the Deal?. This event will be an immersive experience complete with lesson demonstrations and hands-on activities.

The simple mission of What’s the Deal? is to find out how the things around us work. In its second season, Oklahoma Road Trip, host Jessi Crino travels Oklahoma to explain how barges in the Port of Catoosa float and the geology of Black Mesa. OETA is now offering comprehensive STEM curriculum for children in grades fourth through eighth. Teachers across Oklahoma will now have the opportunity to use these exciting videos, lessons and activities in the classroom.

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