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"Life is not divided into semesters. You don't get summers off and
very few employers are interested in helping you find yourself."
Happy New Year!
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Wednesday January 23
2012 was quite a year for science! Here are a few lists of top
Call for Blog
To help you look forward to the new year, here are 5 Science
And in case you haven't had your fill of lists, check out this list of 50
Resources to Advance Women in STEM, complied by the National
Girls Collaborative Project. The Coalition is in very good company
Science After School News
Welcome to the
TASC's Lucy Friedman, who sits on the Coalition's Steering
Committee, wrote a blog piece entitled Connecting the Dots on
Expanded Learning Time. This is in response to New York
Governor Cuomo's State of the State address in which he proposed
a state grant program to give districts incentives to expand the
The second draft of the Next Generation Science Standards
opened for feedback on January 8, 2013 and will remain open for
feedback until January 29, 2013. All interested parties are
encouraged to review the draft and provide feedback to the Lead
Organized by Project Exploration, supported by the Hive Chicago
Learning Network and hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology,
The State of STEM in Out-of-School Time conference convened
Chicago's top STEM-education stakeholders and
practitioners. Read all about it on the Chicago STEM Pathways
Do you have science in after school news you would like to share
Did you know?
The Coalition for Science After School connects you with a national
audience of kids and parents through Time Warner Cable's
Connect a Million Minds Connectory! To get listed, submit your
after school science programs, professional development and
special events in the Coalition Directory.
Opportunities for You and Your
Interested in learning more about the Next Generation Science
Standards? The National Science Teacher's Association is offering a
series of free webinars to help science teachers prepare for the
implementation of NGSS. Topics include Engineering Practices in
NGSS, Using NGSS Practices in Elementary Grades and Connections
between Practices in NGSS, Common Core Math and Common Core
ELA. Find our more and register for on the NSTA Learning Center
The Region 9 Technical Assistance Center (RTAC) of the San Diego
County Office of Education (SDCOE) invites you to submit proposals
for STEMpower! This one-day conference will convene after school
professionals from across San Diego, Orange, and Imperial Counties.
The audience will include school administrators, district coordinators,
after school provider agency managers, site supervisors, and front-line
program staff. The STEMpower conference aims to increase after
school educators’ confidence & competence in offering engaging STEM
learning opportunities in out-of-school time programs.
March 1, 2013
SDCOE Main Campus
6401 Linda Vista Road, San Diego, CA
Meet the Coalition
This conference serves professionals working in after school programs
at elementary, middle, high schools and community-based
organizations throughout the seven Bay Area counties comprising
Region 4 and beyond. The annual conference theme is: Bridging the
Bay: A Commitment to Quality After School! This year California After
School Network is co-sponsoring the STEP-UP Older Youth Track
Teacher-Scientist Partnership Conference
Join partnership professionals, teachers, and scientists from around the
world for two days as we build community and share expertise in this
rapidly growing field. Both new and experienced stakeholders in
teacher-scientist partnerships will gain insight from keynote speakers,
panel sessions, workshops, and networking time.
This year's theme of the American Association of the Advancement of
Science's Annual Meeting is "The Beauty and Benefits of Science."
Coalition Director Carol Tang is the organizer of a session on Sunday
February 17th from 8:30-11:30am entitled "Science After School:
Scientists Inspire the Next Generation Outside of the Classroom."
We continue to be inspired by working with after school science
providers like you. Together we will collaborate towards a brighter
future through science in after school!
Coalition Special Projects Manager
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