As a result of this training, staff will be able to think critically about selecting activities, curriculum, and supporting activities.
As you watch the skill video below, think about these questions:
What do staff members say that will influence their choice of activity? (Listen at 1:13, 1:28)
How does the age of the youth they teach influence their choice of activity? (Listen at 2:15)
If you were leading this meeting, what would you do differently? What would you do the same?
Watch the skill video
Now that you've watched the video, reflect on what you saw and post your responses.
Professional Development Resources
Digging Deeper in Selecting Activities
Use this Professional Development Resource to work with staff in selecting STEM activities that meet students' interest and program needs.
Finding the Right Activity
Considerations when Selecting STEM Activities
Check out this Coaching resource to assist staff in evaluating STEM program activities.
Getting Comfortable with Selecting STEM Activities
This Virtual Coaching resource works directly with staff to build confidence in selecting STEM activities.
With an understanding of the importance of learning about Science Technology Engineering and Math, or STEM, Frontline Staff and Volunteers will...
How do I know if it's a good STEM Activity?
Work with your team to determine if a STEM activity will meet your program needs and the needs of youth.
Leveling the Playing Field
This Meeting guide will help you work with your frontline staff to look at criteria for creating an inclusive STEM learning experience.
Get Out of Their Way!
This Virtual Meeting Resource provides an opportunity to work with your team on building STEM activities, even if you can't be in the same...