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  • afterschool staff having fun in front of a Click2Science banner

    Building the Whole Person

    January 16, 2018

    This month, we are focusing on planning for professional development with a series of blogs on the who, what, why, and how of professional development for out-of-school time (OST) programs. This week we examine what makes professional development effective in developing the whole person and accomplishing program goals.

  • hand holding pencil writing "My Plan" in a notebook

    Planning for 2018

    January 9, 2018

    As we launch 2018 exploring the who, what why, and how of professional development for out-of-school time (OST) programs, this week we examine "How" you can use resources from Click2SciencePD to develop a professional development plan for yourself and your program.

  • woman providing one-on-one coaching to young adult

    Investments = Results

    January 2, 2018

    We are kicking off the new year by thinking about planning for professional development in 2018. This month we'll be discussing the who, what, why, and how of professional development. We'll start this week by examining "Why" out-of-school programs should invest in staff development.

  • scientist looking through a microscope

    What Happened to the Scientific Method?

    December 19, 2017

    You may have heard that the scientific method is dead. If your science classes looked like my science classes in high school, this is probably troubling. I memorized the scientific method, not just once but five times. “Form a question/write a hypothesis/design an experiment/gather data/analyze results/repeat.”

  • Maricela Paramo is an engineering student at UNL and a student intern with Click2Science

    5 Myths About Engineering Majors

    December 12, 2017

    Maricela Paramo is a freshman at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln studying civil engineering. She was born in Grand Island, Nebraska but grew up in Michoacàn, Mexico until she was 8. Moving to the United States was not an easy transition for her, but it was definitely worth it. It opened up so many opportunities for her to explore and grow as a person. Now as a student intern for Click2Science Maricela's goal is to encourage people to pursue STEM majors.

  • snow on pine tree branch

    Winter STEM Activities

    December 5, 2017

    The drop in temperatures and change in seasons create the perfect opportunities to teach youth about the world around them. To help spark youths' interest in STEM and support their curiosity, we've compile a few easy and inexpensive STEM experiments to try out during the winter months.

  • Marcell Walton

    Meet Marcell

    November 30, 2017

    When I was in eighth grade my family and I were driving back to Colorado, we had just finished visiting my godmother in Iowa and were well on our way. My future sister-in-law was driving and we were on some random part of I-80 when suddenly a routine semi-truck pass altered the trajectory of my adult life.

  • letter tiles spelling Twitter

    Where Can I Learn New STEM Ideas? on Twitter!

    November 21, 2017

    The amount of information on the internet for OST providers can be overwhelming. It Twitter a tool to help you curtail all that endless searching, once and for all? Here are some of the advantages of using Twitter as a professional resource.

  • teen sitting alone

    Bullying – What You Can Do

    November 15, 2017

    Bullying is one of the most troubling behaviors that adults must look out for. Bullying can occur in both online and in-person settings, and it is the responsibility of adults to confront bullies and engage them in problem-solving, learning, and repair of relationships. Here are some guidelines from StopBullying.gov.