"STEM Learning for All" Pilot Online Course


"STEM Learning for All" Pilot Online Course

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Research Participants Wanted! Facilitating STEM* for All Learners

Pilot a 6-hour asynchronous online course and complete a survey. 

Who: STEM* Educators and facilitators from formal and informal settings who work with learners ages 14–20. 

$150 participation payment with optional interview for additional compensation. 

Approximate timing: March 2024. 

Who: Educators who work in secondary schools and/or with audiences approximately ages 14-20 in STEM or related topics. 

Apply: https://bit.ly/CCDPilot

We encourage users with disabilities to take part to ensure maximum accessibility. All course materials are designed to be accessible for users who are blind/low vision as well as deaf or hard of hearing. The asynchronous format and multiple learning modes are designed to meet learning needs of a variety of thinking styles and physical needs. For questions about further accommodation, please contact Katie Stofer, stofer@ufl.edu, (352) 273-3690, UF Department of Agricultural Education and Communication.  

People from marginalized backgrounds themselves or who work with marginalized learners are also highly encouraged.

*We mean a broad definition of STEM and its component topics – agriculture and natural resources, environmental science, computer sciences, etc. are welcome.

Part of the UF Collaborative Curriculum Design for Authentic Agriscience Literacy Project

Funded by USDA NIFA 2021-67037-34216

UF IRB 202302076

U.S. Residents preferred