Women Pioneers in STEM
The Tech Club, Her-Story: Then, Powerful Signals: Part II, and The Sounds of Progress: Part II profile women pioneers in STEM, both contemporary and historical. They appeal to any age group or discipline—from young girls to educators. If you are a teacher or guidance counselor, you may want to share these stories with students. Parents may want to listen with their daughters at home. Leaders of organizations that work with girls (e.g., Girl Scouts; Girls, Inc.) may use these stories as part of their program activities.
Research and Innovation in STEM
Out Loud, Her-Story: Now, Powerful Signals: Part I, and The Sounds of Progress: Part I highlight the latest research, innovative practices and successful demonstration projects. These stories provide the listener with valuable information about efforts across the U.S. to increase the role of women in STEM. Schools, colleges and universities may want to replicate the programs featured or use the research to inform program development.
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