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STEM Expo

Experience a night at the museum at NYSCI with your friends and family!

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Early Childhood Education Associate

The responsibility of the Early Childhood Education Associate is the development and implementation of programs for young learners, their caregivers and educators.

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Research Associate

The Research Associate will have both immediate and longer-term responsibilities. The associate will join two established, NSF-funded research and development efforts. One focuses on developing and studying the impact of a family workshop series focused on exploring mathematical concepts with children ages 5-8. The other is an ethnographic study of parental engagement in family Making activities.

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Game Design 101

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Participants will dive into the basics of game design by prototyping, play testing and designing their own games using Gamestar Mechanic, a free online tool that introduces computer programming through video game design.

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Computing Creations

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Students will learn the basics of coding and how to use a free online resource called Scratch to create your own digital games.

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App Design 101

Participants will learn the fundamentals of app design using a free open source online tool, MIT App Inventor to remix an existing app and then use their own creativity to design their own apps.

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STEM Night: Design and Engineering

Explore how design and engineering intersect and see how many educational and career opportunities there are in these fields.

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Program Coordinator and Research Assistant

This individual will also provide research assistant support to the Chief Learning Officer and other senior REP staff as needed.

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Fraction Mash

Students will explore their artistic potential while learning about mathematical concepts involving fractions to design quirky and complex photo mashups.

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game-design101

Game Design 101

Participants will dive into the basics of game design by prototyping, play testing and designing their own games using Gamestar Mechanic, a free online tool that introduces computer programming through video game design.

Continue reading →

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Computing Creations

Students will learn the basics of coding and how to use a free online resource called Scratch to create your own digital games.

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App Design 101

Participants will learn the fundamentals of app design using a free open source online tool, MIT App Inventor to remix an existing app and then use their own creativity to design their own apps.

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STEM Night: Using Social Media to Engage in STEM

Join us at our special evening event, STEM Night: Using Social Media to Engage in STEM.

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NYSCI Honors Shateesh, Anna and Laycca

Shateesh Bhugwansing, Anna McPherran and Laycca Umer receive the Seidenberg Family Top of the Ladder Award at the 2016 NYSCI Gala.

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Maker Space 101 PD

Learn about the Maker Movement and the benefits of adding it to your STEM curriculum.

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Con Edison’s STEM Days Out

Title 1 public middle schools in New York City can participate for free in Con Edison’s STEM Days Out.

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Pre Maker Faire Pop-up in the park at New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York. September 23, 2015. Photos by Andrew Kelly for NySci.

A Parent’s Role in STEM Education

Like countless immigrants before her, Angelica Salgado came to the United States to provide a better life for her family.

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Design-Make-Play STEM Institute

Learn how an innovative pedagogical approach called Design-Make-Play can help you engage your students in STEM learning.

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Making America Love Math Again

This election year, one thing is clear: Someone out there is having a lot of fun with math.

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NYSCI and National Grid Partner on Maker Lab Series

More than 200 students attended the fall kick-off event at the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens to celebrate the second year of Maker Lab, a series for elementary, middle and high school students. NYSCI, in partnership with National Grid, created the Maker Lab series to increase student engagement…

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