Three Ways Educators Can Shift the Way They Talk About
Science – Blog post with simple suggestions for educators
based on research conducted by Amanda Cardarelli at NYU.
- Website: International
Women in Engineering Day – Organized by Women’s Engineering
Society, the day (June 23, 2023) is an international awareness
campaign to raise women’s profile in engineering and focus
attention on the career opportunities available to girls in
- Website: Room to
Read STEAM Powered Careers Collection – Room to Read’s
STEAM-Powered Careers collection presents 10 Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics-themed books to inspire first through
third graders about the wide variety of groundbreaking and
exciting STEAM careers that they can start exploring right now.
Created in collaboration with scientists, staff and faculty from
the University of Southern California (USC), the collection
explores topics ranging from polar science to gastroenterology to
nanotechnology and more.
Building a Community for Indigenous Mathematicians – Easy
to read article on identifying as an indigenous mathematician
and how to become part of a community of mathematicians.
- Website: June is National Zoo
and Aquarium Month – Association of Zoos and Aquariums
provides a collection of links including Educator Resources. Many
of the websites have educational resources such as videos,
wildlife facts, lesson plans, and activities.
- Toolkit: Brokering Youth
Pathways: A Toolkit for Connecting Youth to Future
Opportunity from the Hive Research Network – This
toolkit shares ways in which various out-of-school educators and
professionals have approached the challenge of brokering. We
provide a framework, practice briefs and reports that focus on a
particular issue or challenge and provide concrete examples, as
well as illustrate how our partners worked through designing new
brokering routines in partnership with our research team.