Science, Technology & Culture

COE | UMSL | Dr. William Kyle

Strand A | Strand B | ESSJ
An Introduction | Dilemmas in Africa | Current Perspectives | Basic Computer Skills | Earth Science | Weather & Climate | Ecology & Environmental Hotspot
Skills & Goals | Digital Camera | GIS/ GPS | Agriculture & World Hunger | Renewable Energy
Factors in the Environment & Social Justice | Ecological Relationships & Environmentalsim | Sustainable Development | Climate Change
Personal Computer | Troubleshooting Hardware | Internet | Software | Peripherals | Images | Sound
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About STC

Science, Technology & Culture (STC): Empowering Learners is a program to broaden the understanding, appreciation and use of technology in high-poverty communities, while offering youth a tremendous opportunity to enhance their scientific understandings and cultural awareness. The program focuses on the appreciation of technology and its application in scientific disciplines, as well as upon building cross-cultural relationships among young people. A primary goal of the program is to enhance each learner's scientific and technological literacy, self-confidence, communication skills, and global awareness. The STC program provides a profound educational journey of cultural exporation and self-discovery, which is oriented toward empowering learner and communities.

Universities:University of Missouri– St. Louis (USA)
Kenyatta University (Kenya)
University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa)

Participating Schools: Central Catholic
Normandy MS
Yeatman MS
Schools in Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, and South Africa·

St. Louis, Missouri (USA) Community Technology Centers:Youth and Family Center
Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club
Computer Village

Other Community Information Network (City of St. Louis)
Greater St. Louis Empowerment Zone
United Way
Community members, parents, students, teachers and administrators
ESRI
IMBA International Mountain Biking Association
St. Louis Adventure Club
Helmets First!
hale 'opio kaua'i, inc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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