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STEM Pillars

STEM Pillars is a three-year design-based research (DBR) project funded by IMLS (Institute of Museum and Library Services) in partnership with seven informal learning institutions (five libraries and two museums) to develop hands-on and inquiry-based STEM workshops in five disciplines (engineering, astronomy, meteorology, water, plants) for families with elementary aged children (PI: Dr. Heather Zimmerman). I was the lead curriculum and learning experience designer for engineering and astronomy workshops. I took the lead in data collection for most of the workshops (as of October, 2018, we have delivered these intergenerational programs at 45 workshops to 564 participants, 239 families).

The STEM Pillars: Courses
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