Click2Science is an interactive, professional development site for trainers, coaches, site directors and frontline staff/volunteers working in out-of-school time STEM programs, serving children and youth.
Get to know Click2Science
How can you benefit from Click2Science?
State Program Leaders
State program leaders can improve overall program quality in their state with the Click2Science professional development resources.
Frontline staff and volunteers
Frontline staff and volunteers can watch the 20 skills to make STEM Click in action and have access to the engaging STEM activities.
Site directors and coordinators
Site directors and coordinators can choose the coaching, training, and meeting resources that fit their site needs to deliver professional development to staff and volunteers.
Trainers and coaches
Trainers and coaches have a wealth of ready to use, free resources to develop the STEM skills of frontline staff and volunteers.
Educators can access the interactive videos, activities,and training, coaching, and meeting resources to improve their skills in leading STEM activities.
What you will find at Click2Science
How to navigate Click2Science
20 Skills to make STEM Click
These categories guide you to the 20 Skills that make STEM Click.
Interactive Video-Based Learning Modules
Learning Modules are interactive, innovative video professional development tools.
Training, Coaching & Meeting Resources
Printable resources for trainings, workshops, staff meetings and one-on-one coaching sessions.
Quality supporting STEM activities
Access to the quality STEM activities used in learning modules and training resources.
A Passionate STEM Community
Click2Science provides access to a community of practice for STEM educators, including discussions, blogs, a job board, and news.
STEM out-of-school time experts share what they're doing and hints for teaching STEM more effectively.
Looking for the resources that informed our work?
The 20 Skills that Make STEM Click were identified by looking through existing research and resources, as well as seeking input form frontline facilitators, trainers, and coaches about the skills they needed help supporting. Learn more