2016 STEM for ALL Video Showcase

The Center for STEM Education at The University of Texas at Austin is thrilled to have partnered with Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) to create a video about the need to increase access to computer science education for this year’s NSF 2016 STEM for ALL Video Showcase.

The showcase is open now and runs from May 17-23, so go view, discuss, and vote for our video!

Direct Link to our video: http://stemforall2016.videohall.com/presentations/752

When posting on social media about the showcase (and our video!), be sure to use #stemvideohall to make sure you’re part of the conversation.

See below for more information about the NSF video showcase.

The 2016 National Science Foundation (NSF) Video Showcase: Advancing STEM for ALL, is here!

Many organizations are sharing their innovative work through 156 unique videos that will increase awareness of the critical work being done around the latest improvements in STEM and computer science teaching and learning. We invite you to take time to view them. Since there are many to choose from, we encourage you to return to the site each day to vote on your favorite ones. Plus, we encourage you to forward this invitation on to your colleagues as well. Here’s the link

NSF 2016 STEM For All Showcase

Please join the conversation about the latest research to STEM and computer science teaching and learning. Videos are easily searchable by content, grade level, and institution, you also can pose questions to presenters, and vote for the 3-minute videos that you think most successfully communicate cutting edge education research and impact.

Additionally, you can recognize excellent videos that creatively communicate cutting-edge work by voting for “Public Choice” through Facebook, Twitter or email ballot. Those videos selected will be recognized on the Video Showcase site once the event ends, and they will be posted on several NSF funded resource centers online.

Thanks for you help!

Some of you might recognize portions of the video from some of our own CS events, so we’d like to thank everyone who supported or contributed to the video’s production.

  • STEMed Labs
  • 100Kin10
  • Christian Bazan (Videographer)
  • Jeff Gray (University of Alabama)
  • Jill Westerlund (Hoover High School – Hoover, AL)
  • Lori Wrister (Lake Travis ISD)
  • Holli Horton
  • Terri Thompson
  • And participating teachers from…
    • Lancaster ISD
    • Pflugerville ISD
    • Houston ISD

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