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STEM based afterschool program

STEM based afterschool program

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Can you create a STEM afterschool program if you are not a teacher?

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Suzie Boss's picture
Suzie Boss
Journalist and PBL advocate

You might be interested in a new resource called You for Youth ( It's specifically designed for the after-school community, and includes modules about planning STEM programs and using project-based learning in informal education.

Linda Keane AIA's picture
Linda Keane AIA Director, Prof Arch/EnvDes, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

We are advocates for STEAM which introduces trsndisciplinary place based projects that connect across traditional subjects in creative work. won international recognition as a Visual Media Education Resource at UIA Design 2050 World Congress Tokyo and is the student resource for ACE MEntor Program, recently awarded a Presidential White House NSF Grant for after school STEM mentoring. Join is as we present Green Imagination at the National Art Education Association in New York and team on a STEAM panel with Wyland, Art of Science Learning and NYC Public Schools!

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