Engaging families is a practice critical to the success of the students in your program! In this workshop, participants will learn strategies for meaningfully engaging families at their program site. Featured strategies will include creating a welcoming environment, building relationships with families, communicating with families through a family newsletter, and hosting family learning nights. Participants […]
Dig deeper into how STEM activities can investigate inequities in our society. Learn alongside our partners at the New York Hall of Science as they explore the ways that race, socioeconomic status, and other factors show up in STEM.
Differently abled students often face discrimination in the very schools meant to encourage and protect them. In this session, we will read true teen-written stories about being differently abled and maneuvering a world that considers that a flaw. We will review key terms like disabled, differently abled, neurodiversity, and ableism, as well as how education […]