STEM for All Video Showcase 2017

Theme: Research & Design for Impact

May 15 – 22, 2017

Last year’s online video showcase attracted tens of thousands of participants. It allowed presenters to learn about the current work being conducted by colleagues funded in different programs at NSF and beyond. Participants also reported reaching new people interested in taking part in or adapting their project and utilizing project resources, as well as gathering new ideas, contacts, resources, and potential future collaborations.

This year’s theme is research and design for impact, with a total of 171 video presentations from 478 presenters and co-presenters submitted. They can be searched or filtered by keyword, program, state, age level or intended audience. The videos cover a vast array of topics in STEM including broadening participation, workforce development, scientific argumentation, NGSS, citizen science, maker spaces, classroom curriculum innovations, apps and games, integration of computer science into STEM, and computational thinking (to name but a few).

Between May 15-22, we encourage you to check out the showcase! For your convenience, you can filter videos in a number of ways, including:

This event is facilitated by TERC, in collaboration with six NSF funded resource centers: MSPnet, CADRE, CIRCL, CAISE, STELAR, and CS for All Teachers resource centers. It is funded by the National Science Foundation.

Have questions? Email contact@stemforall.videohall.com