We invite you to Turning Up the Sound on Science, a culminating event of the DCIBL Project and STEM Resource Exchange, made possible by a grant from the American Honda Foundation
When: Thursday, May 24th, 2012
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. – STEM Resource Fair6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – DCIBL Presentations
Where: Carnegie Institution for Science: 1530 P Street, NW,
Meet teams of young science explorers from five community-based organizations around the District as they present their experiences in designing and implementing their own experiments!  An intrepid band of young people and youth workers are concluding a six-month journey into hands-on science exploration with DCIBL. (DC Inquiry-Based Learning) Project is a pilot program make more young people and youth development practitioners comfortable with and engaged in STEM after school)  The first two phases of their exploration – hands-on experimenting with forces and motion and using the same inquiry principles in creating their own experiments – are now culminating in a celebration of what they’ve learned and a gathering place where other youth-serving organizations can connect with exciting STEM resources and opportunities.
Click here > to register.
 
 
 
 

We invite you to Turning Up the Sound on Science, a culminating event of the DCIBL Project and STEM Resource Exchange, made possible by a grant from the American Honda Foundation

When: Thursday, May 24th, 2012

4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. – STEM Resource Fair
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – DCIBL Presentations

Where: Carnegie Institution for Science: 1530 P Street, NW,

Meet teams of young science explorers from five community-based organizations around the District as they present their experiences in designing and implementing their own experiments!  An intrepid band of young people and youth workers are concluding a six-month journey into hands-on science exploration with DCIBL. (DC Inquiry-Based Learning) Project is a pilot program make more young people and youth development practitioners comfortable with and engaged in STEM after school)  The first two phases of their exploration – hands-on experimenting with forces and motion and using the same inquiry principles in creating their own experiments – are now culminating in a celebration of what they’ve learned and a gathering place where other youth-serving organizations can connect with exciting STEM resources and opportunities.


Click here > to register.