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STEM After School Guidebook

TASC recently released an updated version of its free guidebook STEM After School: How to Design and Run Great Programs and Activities, which contains information, ideas, and resources that can help afterschool directors and coordinators design STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programming that matches their kids' needs and interests. The resources described in the guidebook can help staff increase student engagement in science using methods specifically designed for afterschool settings. Updates in this second edition include a section on partnerships authored by staff from the New York Academy of Sciences and new resources, such as TASC’s family engagement guide, Click2Science PD from the University of Nebraska, and a checklist for helping programs assess their assets and constraints related to STEM.

  • Date Posted

    August 15, 2014

  • Author

    Katie Hanna

  • Category

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