British Columbia’s ecosystem taps into the youthful enthusiasm of the community to bring families into the STEAM arena. Symbiosis sparks a family’s interest by using fun and celebration.
Family Engagement Panel by Louisiana based organizations at the Spring 2019 STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice Convening in New Orleans, LA in April 2019. This panel showcased lessons learned from expanded education and post-secondary training programs in New Orleans and Baton Rouge working with vulnerable and/or underserved populations.
A panel of leaders from children’s museums and science centers in Louisiana and New Mexico discuss how they use play to engage families and build awareness around STEM from early ages. Each organization - Explora from STEM-NM, the Sci-Port Discovery Center, and Knock Knock Children’s Museum - presents an overview of work, a hands on activity that families in their home communities complete together and a gallery walk activity for session participants with six questions and prompts.
Science fair excerpt will go here, once it's ready. Right now it's not or at least I don't have permissions to look at it yet VIA google docs.
Community Science Celebrations Appeal to All Ages Students Introduce Their Families to STEAM Engaging families in community STEM and STEAM events is easy when you tap into the energy of youthful enthusiasm. At Science World, the backbone organization for Symbiosis, STEAM Learning Ecosystem, we increase interest in STEM and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and design, and math) by bringing […]
Transforming STEM Education Access Challenges into Amazing Opportunities for Youth and Families: Roadmaps for Meeting Needs for Vulnerable Family Populations