Volume 1, Issue 4
STEM Education for Early Learners
Editor Dennis Schatz welcomes readers to the fourth issue, which addresses the theme STEM for Early Learners. Welcome to the fourth iss...
By Dennis Schatz
Creating Professional Development for Informal and K–12 Educators
The results of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate surveys help science education professional development providers successfully work with educato...
By Lindsay Bartolone
A Screencasting Strategy to Support STEM Learning in the Early Grades
Learn how a research–practice partnership used screencasting to promote early elementary students’ mathematics learning and communication. &n...
By Josephine Louie, Pamela Buffington, and Jennifer Stiles
The Head Start on Engineering project engages parents and children in a multicomponent family engineering program that includes professional develop...
By Scott Pattison, Gina Svarovsky, Ivel Gontan, Pam Greenough Corrie, Marcie Benne, Shannon Weiss, Verónika Nuñez, and Smirla Ramos-Montañez
Brown University’s Science Cartoons (SciToons) series makes science fun, engaging, and easier to understand through the captivating power of story...
By Oludurotimi Adetunji
The Collaborative for Early Science Learning is a group of six museums in six different cities that partner with their local Head Start programs to ...
By Michelle Kortenaar, Victoria Fiordalis, Miriam Krause, Laurinda Willard, Cheryl Lani Juárez, Melissa Thomas, Zoe Peters, Carrie Jubran, and Alli Sribarra
Increasing STEM Outcomes Through Quality Collaborations
Discover how early childhood faculty at the University of Memphis launched a new collaborative partnership with the Children’s Museum of Memphis t...
By Shelly L. Counsell and Felicia Peat
The Science Center of Iowa in Des Moines began an on-site preschool shortly after its doors opened in 1970, inspired by the founders’ belief in th...
By Amber Forrest, Jolie Pelds, and Renee Harmon
TeachEngineering Digital Library
By Dua Chaker
PEEP and the Big Wide World is a public television show and website devoted to engaging preschool-aged children in developmentally appropriate scien...
By Borgna Brunner