Strategies

The Bessie Coleman Project - Using Computer Modeling and Flight Simulation to Create STEM Pathways

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Expired
During the three-year project, approximately 1,000 rural and urban elementary and middle school students will engage in a broad range of project activities - from 3D computer modeling and game design (grades 4-5), to flight simulation using drones.
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A Government-University-Industry Partnership and STEM CareerBuilder for the R&D of an Innovative Computer Forensics Program & an Education-Career Pathway for Girls

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Active
One hundred and fifty 10th-11th grade girls in the Promise Zones, Governor-designated STEM Community, and COSTEMA, Oklahoma, participate in STEM/Forensic career-building interventions (e.g. job shadowing, mentoring, internships, and research fellowships).
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Biomechanics to Offer Diverse Young Minds Opportunities to Develop, Explore, and Learn STEM

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Expired
More than 60 educators and 120 youth will participate in an intensive curriculum design, implementation, refinement and research project that strives to integrate Biomechanics into elementary science for the learning of interdisciplinary STEM Topics.
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Enhancing Underrepresented Boys' Engagement in STEM through Mentoring and Father Involvement

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Active
Approximately 100 underrepresented students in Houston, TX are engaged in hands-on, out-of-school STEM projects that focus on the engineering design process through mentorship from underrepresented STEM undergraduates
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Integrating the Computer Science and Computational Thinking in Three Rural Eastern North Carolina School Districts

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Active
Middle school teachers and students in three rural North Carolina school districts are engaged with school leaders and community members to integrate computational thinking strategies and computer science dispositions into the art and music disciplines
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Broadening identities for diverse youth in STEM through socioenvironmental problem solving

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Expired
Three hundred middle school youth youth attending schools highly impacted by poverty, with their teachers (n=7), engage in after-school, Saturday, and summer learning that integrates science, engineering, and computing to address environmental problems.
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Coding Science Internships: Authentic Learning Experiences to Support Students' Science and Programming Practices and Broaden Participation in Computer Science

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Expired
The project immerses up to 4000 youth (Grades 6-8) in simulated internships that mirror the collaborative computing and computational work of practicing scientists, and that can be embedded within a school's core science curriculum.
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Examining the Impact of an Industry-aligned, STEM Problem Based Learning Curriculum on Native Hawaiian and Underrepresented Youth Workforce Development

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Expired
Over 170 Native Hawaiian and underrepresented youth, grades 9-12, participate in an integrated STEM 5-week summer program using problem based learning with authentic problems and technology provided by STEM industry on the islands of Maui, Oahu, and Hilo.
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Community-Engaged Engineering Interventions with Appalachian Youth

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Active
In three rural Virginia counties, cohorts of 300 students per year, grades 6-8, are engaged with local engineers to do regular hands-on engineering activities integrated into the regular science curriculum to address teacher-identified state standards.
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Connecting STEM to Music and the Physics of Sound Waves

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Active
Two thousands youth grades 7-10 learn science through making electronic music and musical instruments. Programs developed in-school and in after school settings. Professional development and online resources for teachers.
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