Partnerships in Experiential-Based Learning
Having access to robust experiential learning opportunities in science should be a given for all students. However, many young people graduate from high school only having “seen” science, and never having “done” it. This project team, through 100kin10, operates under a belief that by working together, schools and science-rich institutions can provide breakthrough experiential learning opportunities for teachers and students. We are seeking feedback on what types of experiences are most meaningful and successful for everyone involved.

We define experiential learning to be the following:
-Learning is what you learn along the way, not looking just the particular outcomes. There are ways to assess the learning along the way as well as the final output of content.
-The idea is to learn by way of doing.
-The experience could be a one-time experience, or an ongoing experience.

We estimate that this survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. For further questions, please reach out to Lauren Jones-Kaplan (lauren.jones-kaplan@scienceandtech.org)

Our definition of an experiential learning opportunity is listed above. Does this definition resonate with you? Please describe why or why not. *
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Do you have any experience with experiential learning opportunities? If so, please describe. What worked well, what did not?
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We are also interested in learning more about how to partner science-rich institutions with K-12 education. What would you want more support in to build partnerships across K-12 and informal education?
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What has worked well in partnerships across K-12 and informal education for you? *
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What has been a challenge in partnerships across K-12 and informal education for you? *
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