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Accelerating your success with teen science cafés

TSCNetwork OPEN-MIC
Community Chat

 Come with questions and requests for suggestions, or share a story about your program and brag on your teens!
 
Date: Thursday, Dec 10
Time: 11 PST / noon MST / 1 CST / 2 EST for 15 mins or longer, as per audience interest & needs

We would love to have a cross-section of our membership and prospective members join this informal gathering. Call-in to get some new ideas about old issues that have not been resolved in your café or, if you are a newbie, you can tap into the expertise of those who have been hosting cafés for a few years. Bring your questions and challenges and hear about others' creative solutions!


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“My son told me that if he could have math like that every day, he would always want to go.”
The St. Louis Science Center's Gateway Teen Science Café uses hands-on activity to make
LEARNING MATH = FUN!


Read more on the TSCN Cool Cafés page
and submit your own café highlights to be featured on the TSCN website!
 

Coordinator to Leadership Teens: "Reminder! Don't forget to come and help with café setup 6pm tonight."
Teen to Coordinator: "How much pizza should I order?" 
Coordinator to teens on café interest list: "Come get your hands dirty tonight cracking code at AmazingTeenSciCafé, 6:30pm @ CafeSiteBldg. Free Pizza!"


WHAT IS REMIND AND WHY IS IT SAFE? Remind is a free, safe, and simple messaging tool that helps Coordinators/teachers share important updates and reminders with teens/students & parents. Subscribe by text, email or using the Remind app. All personal information is kept private. Coordinators/Teachers will never see your phone number, nor will you see theirs. Visit remind.com to learn more.
 
What if there were a virtual place where colleges could meet with and recruit upcoming students skilled and interested in STEM? 

"It's like Linkedin for young adults!"
 
Read more about STEM Premier here on TSCN



 
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The Spotlight is shining on Gina Santoianni this month. Gina organizes the Florida Teen SciCafé at the Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium in Sarasota. Gina helps their aquarium's high-school interns become leaders by giving them the reins to plan, coordinate, market and conduct the cafés. Read more about what makes their café program a success!
December 7-11

https://code.org/


It's Computer ScienceEducation Week! STEM professionals everywhere leave their desks and adventure into classrooms to help kids understand how fun and simple coding can be. This year the themes are Star Wars and Minecraft.  

Visit code.org to get involved!
link to howtosmile.org
Cafés make an IMPACT when paired with a hands-on activity. 

Check out howtosmile.org's  amazing library!  Search over 3,500 of the very best science and math activities on the web. Find handpicked activities from your favorite science museums, public television stations, universities, and other educational organizations. All activities are available to anyone, free of charge.  
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This work is supported, in part, by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grant #1223830. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of NSF.

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