May 13, 2019
Now in its fifth year and funded by the National Science Foundation, the STEM For All Video Showcase features over 240 innovative projects aimed at improving STEM learning and teaching, which have been funded by the NSF and other federal agencies. During the week-long event (May 13-20, 2019), researchers, practitioners, policy makers and members of the public are invited to view the short videos, discuss them with the presenters online, and vote for their favorites.
The theme for this year’s event is “Innovations in STEM Education.” Video presentations address improving K-12 STEM classroom, informal environments, undergraduate and graduate education, teacher professional development, and community engagement. Collectively the presentations cover a broad range of topics including science, mathematics, computer science, engineering, cyberlearning, citizen science, maker spaces, broadening participation, research experiences, mentoring, professional development, NGSS and the Common Core.
View this overview video to learn more:
And I’ll share an example of one of the projects featured in the showcase (OK, it’s a NSF project I’m a part of). Our team created a video and are spending this week responding to comments posted by anyone that logs in to the website. So if you are interested in learning more about Student Produced Audio Narratives (SPAN), please check out the video, post on the discussion boards, and cast your vote!
SPAN the Connection — https://stemforall2019.videohall.com/presentations/1513
The STEM for All Video Showcase is created and hosted by TERC a non-profit, research and development organization, located in Cambridge MA. TERC partners with six NSF funded resource centers MSPnet, CADRE, CAISE, CIRCL, STELAR, CS for All Teachers. The Showcase is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (#1642187).