NISE Network to Participate in 2018 NSF’s STEM for All Video Showcase to Highlight Innovation in STEM Education

Brad Herring, Museum of Life and Science
STEM for All

The NISE Network will be featured in the 2018 STEM for All Video Showcase funded by the National Science Foundation. The event will be held online May 14th -21st at http://stemforall2018.videohall.com. The presentation, entitled “NISE Network’s Space & Earth Informal STEM Education Project,” highlights the Space & Earth project in collaboration with NASA and a few of the Explore Science: Earth & Space public events across the US from March to August 2017 hosted by NISE Net partner institutions. Videos will not be accessible for viewing and voting until it opens on May 14th - please check back then.

 

The direct link to the NISE Network video is http://stemforall2018.videohall.com/presentations/1314

NISE Network partner organizations that make an appearance in the video include events at Roper Mountain Science Center, Greenville, SC; Museum of Science in Boston, MA; Museum of Life and Science in Durham, NC;  Sciencenter, Ithaca, NY; Science Museum of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN; OMSI, Portland, Oregon; The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA, UC Berkeley, CA; Marbles Kids Museum, Raleigh, NC, and Solar System Ambassadors.

 

These are just a handful of the 250 NISE Network partners who hosted Earth & Space events last year.

 

Now in its fourth year, the annual showcase will feature over 200 innovative projects aimed at improving STEM learning and teaching, which have been funded by the National Science Foundation and other federal agencies. During the weeklong event researchers, practitioners, policy makers and members of the public are invited to view the short videos, discuss them with the presenters online, and vote for their favorites. 

The theme for this year’s event is “Transforming the Educational Landscape.” Video presentations cover a wide range of topics including science, mathematics, computer science, engineering, cyberlearning, citizen science, maker spaces, mentoring, informal learning, professional development, research and evaluation, NGSS and the Common Core. The videos highlight initiatives for students of all ages - kindergarten through graduate school, as well as those for adult learners. Last year’s STEM for All Video Showcase is still being accessed, and to date has had over 51,000 unique visitors from over 189 countries. 

The STEM for All Video Showcase is created and hosted by TERC a non-profit, research and development organization, located in Cambridge MA.  TERC partners with six NSF funded resource centers MSPnet, CADRE, CAISE, CIRCL, STELAR, CS for All Teachers. The Showcase is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (#1642187).