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STELAR Webinar Series: Charting the Future of Making in STEM Education

In December the National Science Foundation convened nearly 60 Principal Investigators from projects funded through the Dear Colleague Letter (NSF-086) “Enabling the Future of Making to Catalyze New Approaches in STEM Learning and Innovation.” The NSF EAGER Maker Summit: Charting the Future of Making in STEM Education tasked these projects with exploring topics of interest to NSF and the Maker community.

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National Science Foundation - Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) Program Solicitation

ITEST is a program that promotes PreK-12 student interests and capacities to participate in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and information and communications technology (ICT) workforce of the future. To achieve this objective, ITEST supports the development, implementation, and selective spread of innovative strategies for engaging students in experiences that: 

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NSF Solicitation: Build and Broaden 2.0 (B2 2.0) Enhancing Social, Behavioral and Economic Science Research and Capacity at Minority-Serving Institutions

The Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) supports research in many areas associated with our evolving world, including fundamental research on human behavior and surrounding social, economic, and natural environments. Research supported in SBE advances the understanding of people, social organizations and society in a changing world where there are new opportunities for human interconnectedness as well as challenges that affect the ability to live healthy and productive lives.

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Developing and Piloting an Inclusive K-12 Computing Pathway

Digital Promise is hosting a webinar on Developing and Piloting an Inclusive K-12 Computing Pathway.
 
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CIRCLS: AI & Future of Learning Report Webinar

Join the CIRCLS team along with Marcelo Worsley (Northwestern University), Sidney D'Mello (University of Colorado Boulder), James Lester (North Carolina State University), and Janice Gobert (Apprendis) to learn about the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and student learning. They will discuss insights and recommendations from a recent two-day panel that involved 22 world-class experts.

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STEM Teacher Leadership Network - Exploring Opportunities for STEM Teacher Leaders

Topic: Exploring Opportunities for STEM Teacher Leaders

When: Nov 4, 2020 04:00 PM EDT

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CIRCLS Webinar - NSF Research on Emerging Technologies for Teaching and Learning (RETTL) Program Solicitation

CIRCLS will be supporting the new RETTL solicitation at NSF, due January 25, 2021. Please attend the solicitation webinar in which NSF program officers Amy Baylor and Tanya Korelsky will explain the program and answer your questions:

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STEM for All Multiplex & CAISE - October Theme of the Month: Identity Development and STEM Learning

Connecting STEM learning to identity development is an equity issue with implications about how we engage with non-dominant groups and STEM, what shape STEM learning takes if we do, and how we engage in STEM learning that helps imagine more just and thriving futures.

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EDC - The Future of Women Veterans In STEM Webinar Series: Women Veteran Health and Wellbeing

Women veterans bring many strengths to the civilian workforce, such as leadership, teamwork and problem-solving skills, as well as resilience and persistence. Women veterans are nearly twice as likely to be in a STEM occupation than are non-veteran women. While there have been increase in the number of programs and the availability of support services for veterans, and for women, but to there is currently no structure or system to align all these efforts to serve women veterans.

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EDC - The Future of Women Veterans In STEM Webinar Series: STEM Education for Women Veterans

Women veterans bring many strengths to the civilian workforce, such as leadership, teamwork and problem-solving skills, as well as resilience and persistence. Women veterans are nearly twice as likely to be in a STEM occupation than are non-veteran women. While there have been increase in the number of programs and the availability of support services for veterans, and for women, but to there is currently no structure or system to align all these efforts to serve women veterans.

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