2019 STEM for All Video Showcase: Innovations in STEM Education


STELAR invites you to take part in a free, interactive, week-long video showcase event that will feature over 200 federally funded projects, including 24 from ITEST projects! Support your colleagues and learn about similar projects at work to support innovative STEM educational programming! 

Every year the showcase hosts about two hundred three-minute video presentations from federally funded projects that aim to improve STEM (Science, Math, Engineering, and Mathematics) and computer science education. During the seven days of this online event, Principal Investigators, practitioners, administrators, researchers, policy makers, industry and the public at large are encouraged to participate. All participants will be able to view the video presentations, post to the facilitated discussions related to each video, and vote for the videos that are most effective in conveying the creative work being done. 

This year's theme is: Innovations in STEM Education

  • Strategies to broaden participation & increase access for all
  • Research informing STEM and CS teaching and learning
  • Challenges and strategies in the implementation of STEM + CS programs
  • Measuring impact of innovative programs
  • Partnerships fostering innovation

Projects will showcase their innovations in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science education in formal and informal settings. Visit the showcase site to view videos of interest, post queries and feedback to the presenters, and vote for your favorites!


The NSF STEM for All Video Showcase: Innovations in STEM Education, will be held online during the week of May 13 - 20, 2019.  



This event is created and facilitated by TERC and is funded by the National Science Foundation (Award #1642187). This work is done in collaboration with six NSF-funded resource centers: MSPnet, CADRE, CIRCL, CAISE, STELAR, and CS for All Teachers.

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Public Event


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Cultural Relevance, Equity, and Diversity
Informal Learning and Afterschool
Youth Motivation and Interests in STEM