3 years, 4 months ago babramsParticipant
Can anyone provide me with good examples of successful collaboration and coordination between in-school and out-of school STEM learning programs in your community or state? In Indiana, we have a few successful such programs, but I’m hoping to collect information on more as we intend to develop a ‘how to’ process map that identifies the obstacles and opportunities and how to address them.3 years, 4 months ago firstname.lastname@example.orgParticipant
Our ISEP in WNY and WNY STEM ecosystems in Buffalo and Western New York benefit from the strong out of classroom STEM learning guidance and collaboration from the Buffalo Museum of Science. they help other out of classroom efforts and have a unique infrastructure, where a Buffalo Public School middle school is co-located/physically connected to the Museum. As part of the ISEP project, collaboration between Museum staff and the teachers at the school are facilitated to connect informal and formal STEM learning.
isep.buffalo.edu has more information.
Joseph A. Gardella, Jr.
SUNY Distinguished Professor and
John and Frances Larkin Professor of Chemistry
University at Buffalo, SUNY
Director, Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership (ISEP) with Buffalo Public Schools
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