Help Test a New Engineering and Social-Emotional Development Curriculum
If you are leading a summer program with a STEM club or group with middle school girls/non-binary youth this year, you may qualify for a research project that is testing a new curriculum as part of the Million Girls Moonshot initiative. Apply now. The application deadline is May 31, 2023.
Possible STEM Funding for Your STEM Spaces and Projects
The Learning Technology Center assembled a great resource list that will serve to jumpstart your search for funds to equip your STEM space or project.
Join Amazon for a Day of AI with MIT and Amazon Future Engineer - May 18, 2023
Open to All. No experience needed. Want to know more? Use this link. To obtain full access to the MIT curriculum and training be sure to register. Use the K-12 lessons and activities in your classroom at any time.
Museum of Science and Industry Seeks to Be Your STEM Learning Partner
MSI Chicago is interested in partnering with schools and districts in DuPage to promote science education and STEM learning. They offer a number of programs to elevate science instruction, teacher and leadership training, and tools that integrate STEM and makerspace solutions. Curiosity stations are available for rent and can be used in your classroom or at your STEM event. Interested in learning more? Contact Jarrad McCarthy by phone at (773) 753-6231 or email at Jarrad.McCarthy@msichicago.org.
Here are a few thoughts and resources you can use for your summer STEM camps or to share with parents.
Smithsonian Science for Makerspaces
These free engineering design challenges engage youth in emerging technologies through hands-on learning. Inspired by Smithsonian Science for the Classroom, these activities bridge formal science education and the makerspace movement within the context of STEAM by involving students in make something new.
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