Sally Ride – Breaking Gender Barriers

Sally Ride, the first American woman to travel to space, has often held a special place in Women’s History Month and is considered a trailblazer and role model for young girls interested in STEM. Sally Ride – Breaking Gender Barriers Born and raised in Los Angeles, she developed a passion for science and sports at ... Read More»

Women’s History Month

A History of Women’s History Month March marks Women’s History Month, an annual observance dedicated to celebrating and acknowledging the contributions, struggles, and achievements of women throughout history in the United States and abroad. The initial roots of the month can be traced back to the women’s rights movement of the 1960s and was initially ... Read More»

Farmcraft 2024

Farmcraft 2024 – Where Gaming Meets Global Impact  Title: Farmcraft 2024 Pre-Season – Your Gateway to Success  Welcome to the Farmcraft 2024 Pre-Season! We’re thrilled to introduce you to this essential phase of Farmcraft, where gaming, agriculture, and sustainability converge to create a unique learning experience.  What is the Pre-Season?  The Pre-Season is a critical ... Read More»

“Why STEAM Matters” Toolkit Available

The “Why STEAM Matters” programming kit (PDF 296KB) , developed by the Smithsonian Institution for a 60-90 minute program, encourages participants to think more inclusively about the arts and sciences.  Participants will learn about different individuals, programs, and fields that integrate the arts and sciences. This program includes suggestions for hands-on activities and optional lesson extensions. Read More»

“Beyond the Moon” Photo Exhibition

The “Beyond the Moon” photo exhibition may be used as part of the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Program that landed a dozen Americans on the moon between July 1969 and December 1972. Many thanks to the Public Affairs Section in Kuala Lumpur and their partner EngageMedia for sharing this fantastic photo ... Read More»
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