The Lens on Climate Change project engages about 500 Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities and provides them with mentorship.
30 educators learn to facilitate teacher workshops which enable 900 teachers nationwide to implement geospatial technology-integrated lessons with 27,000 6-12 grade students to increase 21st century skills, GST career awareness and engagement
One hundred and forty urban and suburban girls in grades 9-12 in Juneau and Fairbanks, Alaska, explore geoscience, technology, and biology careers through hands-on experiences and mentoring during summer academies and Saturday programming.
More than 100 suburban students in Boulder CO from low SES backgrounds in middle school are engaged in structured, project-based out of school time engineering experiences in conjunction with the I Have a Dream program.
48 teachers and more than 1,400 students in grades 4 and 5 will link computer modeling experiences with local investigations of St. Louis-area ecosystems. Students will use, modify, and then create original models related to their field studies.
One hundred twenty first and second teachers in a mid-sized district engage in a technology-enabled professional development program to promote discourse-rich mathematics instruction with their students using strategies adapted from literacy instruction.
Over 200 middle school students from the San Francisco Bay area will participate in a scientific storytelling intervention that is supported by a teacher and student mentors and produces student created films about climate solutions.
Eleven Maryland teachers in rural, urban and suburban high schools will engage approximately 660 freshman students in soft robotics education to study changes in student self-efficacy, motivation and career interest.
More than two thousand students in Massachusetts use innovative technologies such as infrared camera and engineering software to learn and practice science and engineering through improving energy efficiency and design solar solutions of their homes.