Informal Education

Developmentally Appropriate Strategies for Targeting Early Adolescents' Motivation in STEM

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Expired
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Connected STEM - Promoting STEM Education through Connected Devices and Building Automation

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Expired
Teachers will develop curriculum around the internet of things as applied to building automation.
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Collaborative Digital Bioscience Career Awareness Curriculum and Teacher Professional Development

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Chief Science Officers: A Strategy for Student Awareness and Industry Engagement

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Expired
The Chief Science Officers (CSO) program empowers youth in STEM by providing access and workforce skills training to prepare them for the future.
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Promoting Student Interest in Science and Science Careers through a Scalable Place-Based Environmental Educational Program at a Public Aquarium

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Kids as Urban Scientists: Mapping the Biodiversity of the Philadelphia Promise Zone

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Expired
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Designing Tactile Picture Books: Critical Making in Libraries to Broaden Participation in STEM Education and Careers

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Skills21STEMStarter: An Incubator and Launch Pad to STEM Entrepreneurship and Careers

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Expired
More than 1,100 predominantly underrepresented urban, rural and suburban students grades 9-12 engage in a high school Capstone course focussing on the development, iteration, and launching of challenge project work.
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Nano-satellites and East Bay Rocket Scientists (NEARS)

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Expired
Ninety 14-26 year old youth in grades 9-12 in Oakland, California will control remote sensors by coding a microprocessor to conduct science investigations related to climate change, locally and remotely, by programming an in orbit nano-satellite.
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IDEAS: Inventing, Designing, and Engineering on the Autism Spectrum

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Expired
We will collaboratively develop a Maker Engineering Design program with New York Hall of Science, NYU, ASD experts, 15 educators and 240 middle school students, 80 of whom will be on the autism spectrum, in a New York City public school inclusion program.
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