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STEM Learning Ecosystems Videos

Professional learning video series designed to introduce STEM Learning Ecosystems.

DESCRIPTION

This series of professional learning videos is designed to introduce educators to STEM Learning Ecosystems. Key aspects of place-based STEM Learning ecosystems include developing partnerships among local institutions, providing pathways for learners, and creating relevant experiences for local learners responding to cultural, societal, and geographic contexts. 

  • 1. What Are STEM Learning Ecosystems?
    (1 minute, 45 seconds) 

  • 2. Introduction to STEM Learning Ecosystems? 
    (6 minutes, 9 seconds) 

  • 3. Building and Supporting Strong Partnerships
    (7 minutes, 3 seconds) 

  • 4. Using Equitable Approaches to Broaden Participation 
    (6 minutes, 11 seconds) 

  • 5. Creating Authentic STEM Learning Experiences 
    (6 minutes, 41 seconds) 

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  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot showing pathways for learners
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video showing relevant experience for local learners including viewing the night sky with a telescope
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot showing learners at home at school at work
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot showing equitable access for learners of all ages
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot credits for partners
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot showing pathways for learners
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video showing relevant experience for local learners including viewing the night sky with a telescope
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot showing learners at home at school at work
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot showing equitable access for learners of all ages
  • STEM Learning Ecosystems introductory video screenshot credits for partners

DESCRIPTION

This series of professional learning videos is designed to introduce educators to STEM Learning Ecosystems. Key aspects of place-based STEM Learning ecosystems include developing partnerships among local institutions, providing pathways for learners, and creating relevant experiences for local learners responding to cultural, societal, and geographic contexts. 

  • 1. What Are STEM Learning Ecosystems?
    (1 minute, 45 seconds) 

  • 2. Introduction to STEM Learning Ecosystems? 
    (6 minutes, 9 seconds) 

  • 3. Building and Supporting Strong Partnerships
    (7 minutes, 3 seconds) 

  • 4. Using Equitable Approaches to Broaden Participation 
    (6 minutes, 11 seconds) 

  • 5. Creating Authentic STEM Learning Experiences 
    (6 minutes, 41 seconds) 

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TRAINING VIDEOS

Credits

YEAR CREATED
2024
OWNING INSTITUTION

Arizona State University

Please note this video series uses a different Creative Commons license that does not allow for derivatives:
CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/deed.en

FUNDING

This material is based upon work supported by NASA under cooperative agreement award number 80NSSC21M0007. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

PERMISSIONS

Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike 3.0 United States (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US).
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