Posted on March 15th, 2016 by Mary Lord
Connected Science Learning, a new online journal for STEM educators, seeks to bridge the gap between informal and traditional education settings by highlighting effective programs and partnerships that enhance STEM learning. The inaugural issue, released March 15, includes articles on Omaha’s “Zoo Academy,” a museum partnership with Denver schools, and a Franklin Institute program on applying neuroscience to education.
Filed under: K-12 Education News, K-12 Outreach Programs, Special Features, Web Resources | Comment »
Tags: Association of Science Technology Centers, connected science learning, Education Policy, informal science, Museum, National Science Teachers Assocation, online journal, Professional Development, Research on Learning, Resources for Teachers, zoo
Posted on November 5th, 2015 by Mary Lord
What is graphene? How do we see color? These are just two of the questions Brown University researchers answer in a series of engaging animated videos called Sci-Toons designed for informal and after-school science programs.
Filed under: K-12 Outreach Programs, Special Features, Web Resources | Comment »
Tags: After School, asbestos, Brown University, Climate Change, Curriculum, Geology, graphene, informal science, Internet Resources, Lesson Plans, RNA, Science Research, Videos, Web Resources