STEM from the Start at UNH

The STEM from the start module partially funded by BioFabUSA is an innovative, online video-plus-activities curriculum supporting the Next Generation Science Standards. These efforts are one of many steps in building the workforce that will be needed to fuel the biomanufacturing industry.

ARMI | BioFabUSA launched “STEM from the Start” in partnership with the Leitzel Center at the University of New Hampshire. Educational videos, produced in partnership with NHPBS, were made available on the web for virtual learning opportunities. STEM from the Start is an innovative, online video-plus-activities curriculum supporting the Next Generation Science Standards for K-2 learners. Materials are also being developed for middle and high school students to help inform and educate them on biofabrication concepts. These efforts are one of many steps in building the workforce that will be needed to fuel the biomanufacturing industry.

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“STEM from the Start” videos were accessed by 4,327 different users in all 50 states, between March and October 2020.

Assuming that each person who accessed the video will share it with at least one class of students ranging in size from 20-50 students, we estimate that the “STEM from the Start” educational videos reached about 151,000 students.

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