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Trust the Process

Tell the story of an important event that happened in your family. Tell the story of a place that is important to your family. Tell the story of how...

By Carrie Tzou, Daniel Rother, Ashley Braun, Elizabeth Starks, Meixi, Enrique Suárez, Amanda Rambayon, Philip Bell, Don LaBonte, Amy Twito, Shawn Peterson, Sara Marie Ortiz, and Megan Bang

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Wings Over Water

The Wings Over Water (WOW) collaboration began with ospreys....

By Allison De Jong, Jenélle Dowling, Erick Greene, and Sharon Leigh Miles

Journal Article

Building Community With Educators

After a string of successes in our teacher professional development programs at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS), I recently began t...

By Robert Payo

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Why Collaborate?

As a Connected Science Learning reader, you already know that collaboration is what this journal is all about. We strive to publish articles that hi...

By Beth Murphy

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A Tale of Two Partnership Models

Engaging in science at an early age cultivates foundational mindsets and practices for future learning, such as critical thinking, problem-solving, ...

By Jenny Ingber, Jacqueline Horgan, and Veena Vasudevan

Informal Education

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Dealing With Disasters Through Emergency Response Teen Science Cafés

According to a 2012 United Nations report, many countries prioritize children’s learning about the genesis, prevention, and mitigation of natural ...

By Jan Mokros, Michelle Hall, and Michael Mayhew

Informal Education

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Partnering to Develop a Coordinated Engineering Education Program Across Schools, Museum Field Trips, and Afterschool Programs

Engineering Explorations are curriculum modules that engage children across contexts in learning about science and engineering. We used them to leve...

By Danielle B. Harlow, Ron Skinner, Tarah Connolly, and Alexandria Muller

Design Elements From a Rural, Multi-Organization Collaborative

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Design Elements From a Rural, Multi-Organization Collaborative

On a Saturday afternoon last May in Hamilton, Montana, 150 people gathered in a college gymnasium for the Bitterroot Maker Fair. At tables around the ...

By Beth Covitt, Vic Mortimer, Nick Wethington, and Nathalie Wolfram

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The SciGirls Strategies

Middle school is a critical time for fostering girls’ interest in science, as it is during these years that girls begin to identify with their str...

By Alicia Santiago, Kristin Pederson, and Rita Karl

Informal Education

Journal Article

STEM Mindset

STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) mindset is critical to youths’ ongoing participation in STEM, as well as their functionin...

By Jeanna R. Wieselmann

Informal Education

Journal Article

Connecting Learning to Life

Teen science café programs are a free, fun way for high school teens to explore advances in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM...

By Michelle Hall, and Michael Mayhew

Informal Education

Journal Article

Where Should Learners Struggle?

I’ve had one cohort of kids…They were with me last year and then they came back and did a more advanced maker club this year, and so the way t...

By Alice Anderson, Megan Goeke, Amber M. Simpson, and Adam V. Maltese

Informal Education

Journal Article

Defining and Measuring STEM Identity and Interest in STEM Learning

A growing number of educators are focused on increasing students’ interest in and developing their identity in relation to science, technology, en...

By Jamie Bell, Kevin Crowley, Martin Storksdieck, John Besley, Matthew A. Cannady, Amy Grack Nelson, Tina Phillips, Kelly Riedinger, and Melissa Ballard

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Fostering a STEAM Mindset Across Learning Settings

Developing a growth mindset has been identified as a key strategy for increasing youth achievement, motivation, and resiliency (Rattan et al. 2015)....

By Laura D. Carsten Conner, Blakely K. Tsurusaki, Carrie Tzou, Perrin Teal Sullivan, Mareca Guthrie, and Stephen M. Pompea

Changing Mindsets Through Educator Training

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Changing Mindsets Through Educator Training

MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation, is a new museum in Santa Barbara, California, designed to engage visitors of all ages in constructi...

By Ron Skinner, Danielle B. Harlow, and Kaia Joye Wesolowski

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