3,000 suburban learners ages 6-13 will engage in technology-based learning experiences across both informal & formal educational settings. Programs will be led by female pre/in-service teachers & youth from demographics that are underrepresented in STEM.
Approximately 150 rural high school students from Flagstaff, AZ and surrounding reservations are engaged in a problem-based learning experience in a CTE bioscience course designed to increase the local bioscience workforce through community involvement.
The American Innovations in an Age of Discovery initiative tells the story of the nation through the lens of invention by allowing students to reconstruct key inventions in American history using advanced manufacturing technologies.
In AMP Design Villages, 90 Phoenix-area 9th, 10th, and 11th graders, and 60 high school teachers, led by STEM scientists, engage in the multi-step process of app development, and develop and conduct AMP Design Villages in their school districts.
48 Twin Cities' Career and Technical Education high school educators from diverse schools trained in gender equitable teaching strategies; 400 girls in non-traditionally females STEM career paths participate in an aligned identity-based research study.
AZ, MA, and PA Water SCIENCE middle school students will complete hands-on science and engineering activities, receive guidance from mentors and STEM professionals, and learn about careers in environmental conservation of their local water resources.
About 160 seventh- and eighth- graders, and 8 teachers each year participate in this afterschool program that integrates structured, hands-on, Engineering/Computer Science project design and entrepreneurship training at the Anaheim Union High School Dist.
Developing a scalable process for engaging industry to create an authentic set of STEM activities for youth that leverage their existing interests, help them develop new ones, and provide meaningful forms of participation in STEM practices.