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Archives for November 2017
MMSA Title: Communications Specialist. Natalie joined MMSA in September 2017. She has a B.A. in English from the University of Florida and a M.Ed. in Elementary Education from the University of Maryland. She taught elementary school for 6 years before working as an elementary school math specialist. Prior to coming to MMSA she ran a… [Read More]
MMSA has been awarded a National Science Foundation iTEST grant entitled: “Developing rural girls’ STEM competency and motivation through communicating scientific topics with advanced technology”. The grant commenced on August 15, 2017 and runs until July 31, 2020. You can see the full grant details here. Grant Abstract Engaging girls and young women in… [Read More]
MMSA develops and applies research and best practices in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. Many of the projects at MMSA seek to find answers to unique and important questions regarding STEM learning in many different environments. WeatherBlur Next Generation is an exciting project funded by a three-year cyberlearning grant from the National Science… [Read More]
Maine Afterschool Network (MASN) works to connect afterschool educators across the state of Maine to resources and colleagues. Maine Afterschool Networks’ mission is to enable every child to have access to quality, inclusive, affordable after school programming that meets the needs of the child, the family and the community. MMSA currently serves as STEM hub for… [Read More]