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+   FreeResources forScience After   School  Programs                Sarah Elovich                @SciAfterSchool
Afterschoolscience.org
Coalition for Science After          School   • Google earth?
Connect A Million Minds
Connect A Million Minds
National Girls   Collaborative Project     NGCP brings togetherorganizations that are committed  to informing and encourag...
NGCP Program Directory
www.ngcproject.org
www.ngcproject.org/serving-  underrepresented-girls
+    Activity       Speed Networking       Name       Organization       Mission       Current activities       Need...
Features of high quality              STEM programs• Learning that is hands-on & inquiry based• Short, stand-alone session...
Y4Y.ed.gov
FabFems.org
The FabFems Project
The FabFems Project•   Online role model database: www.fabfems.org•   Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest•   Curate...
Techbridgegirls.org
http://www.techbridgegirls.org/Role       Models/Resources.aspx
• Dispel stereotypes• Expand their options• Show interesting and  useful applications of  STEM• Encourage students to  cho...
www.pbs.org/teachers/scigirls/philosop                hy/
Design Squad Nation
Afterschool Alliance             • Youth develop interest in               STEM learning &               activities       ...
Afterschool Alliance
Search across sites at:informalcommons.orgSites include:ASTCATISCAISECitizen ScienceExhibit FilesInformal ScienceKQED QUES...
pearweb.org/atis
pearweb.org/atis
Science After School Consumers Guide
www.sedl.org/afterschool/guide/science
www.4-hdirectory.org
www.howtosmile.org
+    Activity    Explore    Write   down your questions    Pick    one you would investigate    Sort:   Investigable v...
AfterSchool KidzScience   videos on YouTube
+    Discussion    What other free resources do    you use?
+    Stay in touch       www.afterschoolscience.org       sarah.elovich@berkeley.edu       @sciafterschool         www...
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
Free Resources for Science After School Programs
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Free Resources for Science After School Programs

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Presentation by Sarah Elovich (Coalition for Science After School) at the Midwest Afterschool Science Academy (MASA) in April 2013.

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Free Resources for Science After School Programs

  1. 1. + FreeResources forScience After School Programs Sarah Elovich @SciAfterSchool
  2. 2. Afterschoolscience.org
  3. 3. Coalition for Science After School • Google earth?
  4. 4. Connect A Million Minds
  5. 5. Connect A Million Minds
  6. 6. National Girls Collaborative Project NGCP brings togetherorganizations that are committed to informing and encouraginggirls to pursue careers in STEM.
  7. 7. NGCP Program Directory
  8. 8. www.ngcproject.org
  9. 9. www.ngcproject.org/serving- underrepresented-girls
  10. 10. + Activity  Speed Networking  Name  Organization  Mission  Current activities  Needs  Resources
  11. 11. Features of high quality STEM programs• Learning that is hands-on & inquiry based• Short, stand-alone sessions that are thematically connected• Limited & specific goals• Student-driven activities• Activities that fit within instructor’s comfort zones• Activities that fit within your program structure• Activities that fit within your program budget• Opportunities to assess learner progress
  12. 12. Y4Y.ed.gov
  13. 13. FabFems.org
  14. 14. The FabFems Project
  15. 15. The FabFems Project• Online role model database: www.fabfems.org• Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest• Curate STEM career resources• Support role model volunteer community• Conference presentations• Building partnerships• Program implementation via NGCP Collaboratives
  16. 16. Techbridgegirls.org
  17. 17. http://www.techbridgegirls.org/Role Models/Resources.aspx
  18. 18. • Dispel stereotypes• Expand their options• Show interesting and useful applications of STEM• Encourage students to choose a career path like yours
  19. 19. www.pbs.org/teachers/scigirls/philosop hy/
  20. 20. Design Squad Nation
  21. 21. Afterschool Alliance • Youth develop interest in STEM learning & activities • Youth develop capacities to productively engage in STEM learning activities • Youth come to value the goals of STEM & STEM learning activities
  22. 22. Afterschool Alliance
  23. 23. Search across sites at:informalcommons.orgSites include:ASTCATISCAISECitizen ScienceExhibit FilesInformal ScienceKQED QUESTNAMEHowtoSmile.orgOpen ExhibitsVSA
  24. 24. pearweb.org/atis
  25. 25. pearweb.org/atis
  26. 26. Science After School Consumers Guide
  27. 27. www.sedl.org/afterschool/guide/science
  28. 28. www.4-hdirectory.org
  29. 29. www.howtosmile.org
  30. 30. + Activity Explore Write down your questions Pick one you would investigate Sort: Investigable vs non-investigable ‘Turning’ questions Reflection
  31. 31. AfterSchool KidzScience videos on YouTube
  32. 32. + Discussion What other free resources do you use?
  33. 33. + Stay in touch  www.afterschoolscience.org  sarah.elovich@berkeley.edu  @sciafterschool  www.facebook.com/CoalitionForSc ienceAfterSchool

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