Elementary school (K-5)

Strengthening the STEM Pipeline for Elementary School African Americans, Hispanics, and Girls by Scaling Up Summer Engineering Experiences

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Expired
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Promoting STEM Interests and Careers through Families and Museums Exploring

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Active
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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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Expired
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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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Enhancing Minority Middle School Student Knowledge, Literacy, and Motivation in STEM Using Contextualized Agricultural Life Science Learning Experiences

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Expired
This strategies project will provide over 250 underrepresented minority (URM) elementary/middle school students (grades 4-6) attending an inner city public school with contextualized agricultural life science learning experiences.
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DIY Toolkit: How To Come Up With Your Own Mobile App

Intro – Mobile App Ideation

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DIY Toolkit: Controlling Your Online Presence

MAINTAINING PRIVACY, MARKETING YOURSELF, MAKING SOCIAL CHANGE. Love it or loathe it, social media is a powerful force in today’s constantly-documented world. Thanks to the proliferation of smart phones, high-speed internet and social networking sites, teens today have unprecedented access to their peers — and sometimes unknowingly also allow others access to their information.

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DIY Toolkit - Sound Science: 4 Audio Project Ideas For STEM Educators

Attention all STEM teachers — are you looking for ways to incorporate music and sound into your classroom? Check out these hands-on DIY ideas from Youth Radio’s Brains and Beakers science speaker series. Explore creative ways to experience sound — from digital visualization to science rap battles to creating your own instruments out of scrap parts. 

 

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Dimensions of Success observation tool (DoS)

The Dimensions of Success observation tool, or DoS, defines twelve indicators of STEM program quality in out-of-school time (e.g., afterschool, summer camps, etc.). It was developed and studied with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) by the Program in Education, Afterschool and Resiliency (PEAR), along with partners at Educational Testing Services (ETS) and Project Liftoff.

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Student Engagement Walkthrough Checklist

Checklist includes a handbook explaining its use.

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