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Where Are You Stuck?

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

Where Are You Stuck?

Notice how the facilitator nudges learners to find their own solutions as they create the algorithms that control their agents in the virtual world.
Strategy: 
Supporting Youth Development Through STEM

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Teens Lead in 4-H Computer Science

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

Teens Lead in 4-H Computer Science

4-H experiences help teens develop a wide variety of interests and skills, including leadership. These teen leaders use their skills to lead computer science experiences and build meaningful relationships and help young people see themselves as computer scientists.

Strategy: 
Supporting Youth Development Through STEM

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Why Do We Do Computer Science?

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

Why Do We Do Computer Science?

Developing skills in computer science is important for any young person regardless of whether or not this is the career path. All young people will need to be able to use computational thinking to innovate and solve problems.

Strategy: 
Supporting Youth Development Through STEM

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What Makes Computer Science Unique?

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

What Makes Computer Science Unique?

The 4-H experiential learning model helps young people understand that computer science is much more than just what happens on a computer. This approach develops leadership and life skills and prepares young people to be the innovators and problem-solvers of our future.

Strategy: 
Developing STEM Practices & Mindset

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Setting Up for Computer Science Success

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

Creating Learning Environments for Computer Science

Notice how the facilitators change the room they are using to create a computer science Learning Environment.
Strategy: 
Preparing for Success in STEM

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Including English Language Learners in STEM

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

Including All Learners

The facilitator adapts an activity to include strategies that support the unique needs of his audience which includes English language learners.
Strategy: 
Supporting Youth Development Through STEM

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Breaking Down Active Learning

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

Break It Down

The facilitator works to enable active learning as youth work in small groups and use the strategies of computational thinking to design and describe their own unique monsters.
Strategy: 
Developing STEM Practices & Mindset

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Developing a STEM Identity

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

You're a Computational Thinker

Youth develop their STEM identity and learn how to see themselves as a computational thinker and use computational thinking practices to play a game without instructions.
Strategy: 
Supporting Youth Development Through STEM

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Computer Science: It's Easier Than You Think

This is a video of a real afterschool program. These videos serve as discussion starters around a particular skill and are not examples of perfect practice.

Computer Science: It's Easier Than You Think

Youth practice the strategies of computational thinking as they learn how to use Scratch to create an interactive story or game.
Strategy: 
Developing STEM Practices & Mindset

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