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Watch the activity overview video

This video shows staff facilitating the activity featured in the skill video.
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Exploring Reactions between Two Common Substances

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.
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As you watch the skill video below, think about these questions:

What does Annette do to prepare youth for the STEM activity? 

What strategies does Annette use to ensure all youth are engaged in what is taking place? 

What does Annette do to get youth involved while creating a safe space for STEM learning? 

What does Annette do and say that helps engage students and contributes to their learning? 

How does Annette foster engineering and science skills in youth? 

How has Annette created an atmosphere for reflecting and processing the learning that has taken place? 

How would you facilitate this activity differently? What would you do the same?

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Watch the skill video

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09 Managing Groups During 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.
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Now that you've watched the video, reflect on what you saw and post your responses.

What does Annette do to allow the group to process the activity?
Notice how Annette is not alone with the group. How does having the assistance of other staff help with group managment in STEM?
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To ensure that shes not preoccupied while shes facilitating the lesson.
What are "Hi-ya's" and "Hold-Ups?"  How do they help Annette manage the group?
Throughout the activity, Annette asks purposeful questions and allows the group time to process and explain what they are seeing. How does that contribute to Group Management?