2016 NSF STEM For All Video Showcase
The 2016 STEM For All Video Showcase features 156 videos that showcase innovative work to improve science, math, engineering, and computer science education. Thirty-six of these 3-minute videos showcase the work of NSF's Discovery Research K-12 (DR K-12) program. The interactive portion of the showcase was held May 17-23rd, 2016. However, you can still view the videos and read the discussions that took place.
Congratulations to the following DR K-12 videos that were recognized:
- Facilitators’ choice: Accessible PhET Simulations for Diverse Learners, Geniverse: An online world of dragons and genetics experimentation, Investigating Children's Measurement through Learning Trajectories.
- Public choice: Accessible PhET Simulations for Diverse Learners, DIMES: Immersing Teachers and Students in Virtual Engineering Internships Lawrence Hall of Science, Every Kid Can Engineer.
- Presenters’ choice: Data Exploration Technology Comes to Classrooms via the Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP), Every Kid Can Engineer, Focus on Energy.
See videos from the 2015 NSF Teaching & Learning Video Showcase as well.