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Watch the new FUSE video!

What is FUSE? This new video explains our program through the words of those that know it best- the students and teaches who interact with it every day. Learn more on the STELAR project profile page or the FUSE website.

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2016 Monterey Bay Regional

The video recap of MATE's 2016 Monterey Bay Regional Competition, which took place April 30th at Aptos High School. Congratulations to all the competitors!

Editing and Narration
Patrick Webster

Video
Connor Gallagher
Patrick Webster

Drone + Gimbal
Connor Gallagher

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Adventures in Alice Programming for Attracting Students to Computing

The Adventures in Alice Programming project integrates computing into schools by providing professional development to middle and high school teachers of all disciplines on innovative ways of introducing computing and computer programming and in incorporating computational thinking into their disciplines.

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Integrated Computer Science (iCS): Teacher Learning as a Means to Transform Curriculum

Our project video documents the process and products of the professional development and implementation of integrated computer science in 3rd through 5th grade classrooms. Since January 2015, teachers in this urban and economically diverse elementary school have participated in this effort that uses a project-based learning approach to integrate computer science and technology into a standards-based curriculum.

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Lens on Climate Change - Engaging secondary students in sharing through videography how climate change affects their community

The Lens on Climate Change project is a engages middle and high school students in producing short videos about climate change topics in Colorado, specifically ones that are impacting students’ lives and their local community.

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STUDIO: Build Our World

STUDIO: Build Our World is an afterschool STEM learning program for low income and immigrant middle and high school students. The University of Washington and Neighborhood House, a multiservice community based organization partner to offer youths opportunities to learn beside UW STEM mentors.

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Sleep to Enhance Participation in STEM: Z-Factor ITEST Program Highlights

The Sleep to Enhance Participation in STEM (STEPS) team will discuss the programmatic components of the Z-factor and the opportunities afforded teachers, parents, students, and community members through the ITEST project.

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Acquainting Metro Atlanta Youth With STEM (AMAYS)

Project PIs and and a team of graduate students at Georgia State University are concluding the design and development phase of a three-year, NSF ITEST-funded project called Acquainting Metro Atlanta Youth With STEM (AMAYS). The goal of AMAYS is to increase traditionally underserved and underrepresented middle school students’ interest in technology-focused STEM careers and to support their 21st century skill development.

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Solar 1 CleanTech- Inspiring High School Students in STEM, Sustainability, and Careers in the Emerging Green Economy

Solar One’s CleanTech uses the school building as a teaching tool to explore sustainability and green careers with high school students. CleanTech is hands-on and project-based. The program engages students in inquiry-based learning and inspires them to take action through school greening initiatives that make an impact through saving energy, recycling, water conservation, and more.

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Western New York Genetics in Research Partnership

The Western New York Genetics in Research Partnership is developing better ways to teach bioinformatics through use of hands-on, state-of-the-art bioinformatics tools and enhances awareness of careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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