Read NSTA's journal highlighting STEM education experiences that bridge the gap between in-school and out-of-school settings.
Connected Science Learning is pleased to share Connected STEM Learning in Research & Practice. This e-book is the culmination of funding NSTA received to publish articles—grounded in research and evaluation—that empower STEM educators to design and deliver high-quality connected STEM learning experiences.
Partnerships Achieve Creative Connections Between Coding, Music, and Science
By Pascua Padró-Collazo, Isaris R. Quiñones-Pérez, Rafael A. Arce-Nazario, Joseph Carroll-Miranda, Lizzette M. Velázquez-Rivera, Brenda Lee Estévez-Moreno, and Lilliana Marrero-Solís
Designing, Sustaining, and Evaluating Environmental Justice Projects: The Critical Community Science Tool
By Kelsie N. Fowler
Computational Thinking and Why It Matters
By Beth Murphy
Adventures in Quander: A QIS Video Game for Secondary Learners
By Devon M. Christman, Collin Lejano, Kaylee Laub, Liliana Garcia, Matthew Bennett, David Gonzalez-Maldonado, Tianle Liu, Grace Williams, Danielle Harlow, Diana Franklin, and Emily Edwards
Connecting a Community Through Computational Thinking and Robotics
By Robin Jocius, Jennifer Albert, Rachana Bhonsle, Deepti Joshi, W. Ian O’Byrne, and Melanie Blanton
Using Open-World Games to Support Inclusive Approaches to Computational Thinking
By Dorothy Bennett, Cornelia Brunner, Nicholas Hartmann, and Stephen Uzzo