With the goal of broadening interest in engineering careers to a more diverse population, 12 science and math teachers at five Wisconsin middle schools (up to 500 student participants) will implement three instructional modules that meet curricular
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.
STEM Teams serves STEM teachers, students out-of-school, leadership personnel, and students in 4 rural middle schools through a strategic teaming model that coordinates leadership, teacher & student levels.
More than 200 grade 5-8 youth from low-income rural communities in southwestern Virginia participate in design-based science learning in after school and summer camp experiences where digital tools and social media are tightly intertwined.
Sixty high school teachers, 50 guidance counselors and 3,000 of their students in New York’s Hudson and St. Lawrence river valleys are challenged to design, build, test, deploy and interpret their own water quality sensors.
Middle and high school students and their families in coastal and island communities in Maine are increasing their STEM energy content knowledge and technology proficiencies by analyzing, discussing, and responding to locally-relevant energy issues.
Digispired ii encourages seventy Virginia students to investigate mathematics, science, and engineering principles such as kinematics and kinesthetics related to the use of game controllers like wiimotes and dance pads as they create games using a
The Digispired (Digitally Inspired) project provides 90 urban and rural low-income middle school students opportunities to learn computer programming, computer animation, and digital imaging; students can put into practice what they’re learning by