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Evaluation Framework and Pilot Implementation For Field-Based Science Learning Program (3072)

NatureBridge

In support of the development of instrumentation and evaluation framework for assessing student outcomes and impact of a…

Oceans Systems at the Exploratorium (2969)

Exploratorium

For the development of innovative ocean systems exhibits for the new Observatory and Life Sciences galleries at the Expl…

Strengthening Community Science Workshops (CSW) Programming through Network Support (2975)

Community Initiatives

To strengthen informal science educational programming offered to the public at Community Science Workshop sites in the …

BioSITE and Discovery Youth Program Expansion. (2978)

Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose

For the revision, expansion, and evaluation of science programming designed to inspire children’s interest in science th…

Science and Social Media: Engaging the Public (2970)

Exploratorium

For the development of prototype social media applications designed to support public engagement with science.

Exploratorium Tinkering Studio (2968)

Exploratorium

In support of the design and development of the Tinkering Studio, a new public learning environment to be launched in sp…

San Francisco Teen Science Collaborative (2971)

California Academy of Sciences

To support a long-term collaborative relationship between the Academy and Exploratorium, as they jointly pilot the "San …

Bill Nye’s Climate Lab (2300.01)

Chabot Space & Science Center

To support design, development, fabrication, and evaluation of enhancements to the Bill Nye’s Climate Lab exhibition and…

Teacher Institute on Science and Sustainability (TISS) (2327)

California Academy of Sciences

In support of a two-year teacher professional development and training program of two annual cohorts of 30 teachers each…