The Science, Engineering, and Technology for Students, Educators, and Parents (SETSEP) program will provide K-3 students and their parents with hands-on, activity based instruction in science, engineering, and digital technology.
STEM DIGITAL will enable 90 high school and middle school STEM teachers and their students to conduct environmental research aided by the analysis of images from digital cameras, scanners, and the Internet.
Through residential research experiences for high school students, and comprehensive workshops for science teachers, approximately 2000 students will generate and submit genetic data to the International Barcode of Life Initiative.
Over 100 urban youth aged 13-18 are trained as coding literacy workers, who then facilitate workshops for younger students in informal educational settings, teaching them the basics of object orientated programming through a variety of toolsets.
Thousands of middle and high school youth in five U.S. geographic regions implemented the underwater robotics curriculum, WaterBotics, in both classroom and out-of-school time settings led by hundreds of trained STEM teachers and informal educators.
In Springfield, Illinois, 90 students ages 12–17 are learning about and conducting research in archeology and natural sciences (geology, botany, zoology) using information technology and field-based experiences.
The Pulsar Search Collaboratory project (PSC) engages 60 West Virginia teachers and 600 students in world class research in radio astronomy through the analysis of data collected using the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT).
Forty five students (with a focus on African Americans, Latinos, and girls) in Chicago are learning environmental science and using IT to share what they’ve learned with peers and visitors to the Nature Museum.
CyTSE brings together scientists, cyberlearning developers, educational researchers, STEM educators (formal and informal), curriculum developers and other stakeholders that contribute to the agenda on K-12 STEM cyberlearning and workforce preparation.