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Afterschool Matters Spring 2013

The articles listed in this volume are: *Where It Gets Interesting: Competing Models of STEM Learning After School *How Wide Is A Squid Eye? Integrating Mathematics Into Public Library Programs for the Elementary Grades *Effective STEM Programs for Adolescent Girls: Three Approaches and Many Lessons Learned *Implementing Out-of-School Time STEM Resources: Best Practices from Public Television *Variations on a Theme: Characteristics of Out-of-School Time Science Programs Offered by Distinct Organization Types *Shifting Expectations: Bringing STEM to Scale Through Expanded Learning Systems *Getting Intentional About STEM Learning

Author RISEnet Member Contributor
Afterschool Matters Ta-Shana Taylor
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September 16, 2013 Afterschool/Tutors, informal education, Program Model, Mathematics Instructional Strategies, STEM
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