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STEM Learning in Out-of-School Time

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Wellesley College

College Club, 2nd Floor - Wall Room

727 Washington Street

Wellesley, MA 02482

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Join us at MSEN's Quarterly Meeting about

STEM Learning in Out-of-School Time Programs

This workshop will look at the intersection of the implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) in afterschool programs, enhancing development of social-emotional learning skills, and measuring good practice through the use of a STEM-focused practice quality tool. We will combine presentation, discussion, and table activity to share ideas with peers and support continuous quality improvement efforts in programs.

Who should attend?

  • Out-of-School Time Professionals - Explore new strategies to leverage STEM focused activities within a well-rounded set of OST offerings

  • Representatives from School Districts - Explore new ways to collaborate with OST programs to strengthen the learning that you foster in school

  • Business and Philanthropic Partners - Explore how you can support more robust and effective strategies to promote STEM learning

Our guest speaker is Georgia Hall, Ph.D. Director and Sr. Research Scientist, National Institute on Out-of-School Time and Managing Editor, Afterschool Matters.

This is a FREE meeting that is open to all those in STEM education. The format includes networking, speaking program, and information/resources table.

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Parking is available at the Club with additional parking across the street.
The College Club is located at the Route 16 entrance to Wellesley College. The Club is the first building on your left. Click here for directions from the College Club's website.

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Wellesley, MA 02482

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