Approximately 150 middle-grade students in 15 afterschool cryptography clubs, mostly in Illinois, are developing online video tutorials that explain their solutions to mathematics and cryptography problems.
This is a scale-up project aimed at developing Computational Thinking with 200 teachers and 15,000 middle school students while studying how face-to-face, online, and blended PD models support teachers implementing computer programming curricula.
With 21 teachers and over 400 student participants, Going Green! MSOSW seeks to increase knowledge of standby power/Vampire Energy’s environmental toll by training teachers and students to measure the power consumption of appliances using meters.
Up to 30 teachers from 9 middle schools in IN and SC will be trained on hardware and software technologies that they will use to conduct a 10-week after school program for over 180 students to design, build, and implement technology-based exergames.
In 9 urban and suburban school districts in metropolitan NYC, 10 teachers and approximately 125 youth (primarily African-American and Latino) in grades 6–9 are engaged in a yearlong serious game research and design program in after-school clubs.
Uses MATE's underwater robotics competition to engage and support the participation of middle and high school students in STEM. Provides professional development, curriculum, and other resources to teachers. Involves industry professionals and parents.