This document contains NASA Communication Strategist Patricia Moore’s presentation on NASA and STEM resources for formal and informal educators, as well as a trove of links to resources, curricula, virtual reality tours, crafts for the classroom, and much more.
STEM Ready America is a compendium from 40 authors presenting bold and persuasive evidence—as well as real-world examples of effective practices, programs, and partnerships—on how science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) knowledge and skills are preparing young people to be successful in school today and the workforce tomorrow.
This toolkit discusses why afterschool STEM is important and will help prepare you to make the case for afterschool STEM learning.
This guide navigates various funding streams and addresses effective strategies to acquire funding for afterschool STEM.
This resource offers talking points, infographics, and other resources to help you advocate for afterschool STEM.
This report identifies features of productive STEM programs in out-of-school settings to help policy-makers, funders, and education leaders make informed decisions about how to best leverage the educational and learning resources in their community.
This report discusses the severe gender gap in STEM fields, and how afterschool can help close this gap.
This paper offers evidence of the impact of cross-sector partnerships on young people, and a logic model template for communities so they may further develop attributes, strategies, and measures of progress that enable them to advance opportunities for all young people to succeed.
This paper summarizes evaluation data from a selection of strong afterschool STEM programs.
This research describes gaps in out-of-school time science assessments and the need for the afterschool field to take the lead in establishing relevant indicators and assessment tools.
This guide lists several resources and strategies to advance informal STEM education in out-of-school learning settings.