Opportunities abound for STEM learning throughout the Capital Region
Throughout the school closure, Albany CanCode is offering free pop-up online coding classes to the general public. Now, K-12 students who are unable to attend school and adults who are unable to work during this challenging time can enrich themselves and build new skills. Videos will be streamed live and available on-demand on Facebook.
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Providing an engaging, child-directed science learning environment where children (ages 18 months through the tween years) can learn and grow through play
The Dudley Observatory strives to be a nationally recognized center
for education and outreach in astronomy, and provides programs designed to bring the wonders of science – particularly astronomy – to people of all ages. During the current school closure, the observatory is offering online recorded or live lessons when possible. Check the Dudley Observatory website for a list of upcoming events and current status, and sign up for an e-newsletter to receive notification of program changes.
Learn from Troy, NY farmer Alicia Brown at Edible Uprising how to grow a sweet potato. Follow the WMHT Local Feed blog for more videos like these. Coming soon: earthy explorations such as composting and home gardening.
Junior Achievement is offering K-12 resources including career speaker’s videos for teachers to use as they continue teaching their students during school closures. View Junior Achievement’s resources and videos
At miSci, exhibits, programs, and events are designed to inspire people to celebrate and explore science and technology, past present and future.
STEM Alliance/STEMxplorThe STEM Alliance of the Schenectady Foundation collaborates with local business, schools, community and philanthropic organizations to improve access to STEM education and career development opportunities for the area’s under-resourced students.
Siemens is offering a variety of STEM-focused activities for K-12 students. View Siemens’ STEM activities
Tech Valley Center of Gravity is a makerspace, prototyping center, manufacturing incubator, STEAM education center, community gathering space and creative community. STEAM-Powered Saturdays are online throughout the school closure. Creative, hands-on STEAM-centered (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) activities for children ages 4-12 and their families.