We inspire today's students to become tomorrow's science, technology, engineering & math innovators!
We partner with you providing STEM learning for our youngest learners (Birth to Age 5) and K-12 students. We work with higher education institutions training future STEM teachers. Our clients include schools, academic and science centers, companies, foundations, and non-profits, committed to providing STEM excellence and learning opportunities for all students! We invite you to view our STEM work, staff and partners! We are proud of our nationally recognized STEM services and we invite you to explore our website highlighting our science, technology, engineering and math work!
Readiness Learning Associates brings more than thirty years of STEM Readiness education experience providing STEM learning for children six months of age through post-secondary. The organization is located in the Los Angeles, CA area.
California State University Monterey Bay & Camp SEA Lab
We are proud to recommend CSU Monterey Bay and Camp SEA Lab dedicated to helping children explore the wonders of the marine environment from the top of the watershed to the bottom of the deep seas as students gain a greater appreciation for what STEM can teach them about our world and the importance of being good stewards for the ocean. For more information visit http://campsealab.org/
Learn how scientists are testing new technology to study the “twilight zone” of the ocean
The Readiness Learning team shares an amazing adventure on the Girls & Engineering portal! Be sure to check it out!
Using NGSS in the Early Childhood School Yard presented by Carrie Lynne Draper
SoCal Preschool Directors are invited for Lunch & Learn Friday, March 9, 2018 11:30am-1:30pm hosted by: Rebecca Coen, Head of School Stratford School, Los Angeles, CA Melrose Campus RSVP: 323.962.3075
Share the Science®: STEM exposes viewers to a virtual community garden where they will learn about science, technology, engineering, and math through the eyes of a young child. Created in response to discussions at the 2016 Early Childhood STEM Conference in California (ECSTEM), where teachers shared their frustrations with explaining the benefits of early STEM education. Using translational research from the FrameWorks Institute on how Americans think about STEM, this new tool is designed to help educators and advocates for early STEM learning share their perspectives with greater success. Share the Science: STEM is a virtual reality experience that requires a viewer like Google Cardboard. Readiness Learning is proud to recommend and support our STEM colleagues at Share the Science. For more information visit: http://sharethescience.org/stem/
Skills USA at Los Angeles Trade Technical Community College February 3, 2018
Skills USA prepares students to become high performance STEM workers and leaders in public career and technical programs. Student competed this weekend representing high schools and colleges around the SoCal region. The regional contest winners will go on to the state competition and eventually on to National Skills USA competition. Skills USA is held every year the week of February 4-10. Readiness Learning was honored to meet the students and to experience this STEM event. Thank you LATTC President Larry Franks for meeting with us today. Please visit our STEM Programs page to view the robotic teams. https://www.skillsusa.org/
The 7th Annual Early Childhood STEM Conference Imagine, Question & Innovate February 2-3, 2018 Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, CA www.ecstem.org
You are invited to join Carrie Lynne Draper and our panel at ECSTEM 2018. This year's panel includes: Jean Barbre, OC Dept of Education; Lauren Kaye, Kidspace Museum, Jayanti Tambe, De Anza College and Susan Wood, Executive Director, The Children's Center at Caltech. Carrie Lynne will be moderating and having a conversation with our panel on how EC educators can foster STEM learning & innovation with our youngest learners.
Join Us at Purdue University National STEM Education Research & Best Practices Summit
Dr. Buzz Aldrin joins Rudo Kashiri, STEM Director at Readiness Learning Associates to speak to Virginia Aerospace and Technology Scholars (VASTS).
Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars (VASTS) were given a surprise presentation this week by Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Dr. Aldrin spoke to the students about his life, his desire to see humanity reach Mars, and about how they should approach their lives to take advantage of every positive situation. The scholars watched this historic astronaut present for nearly an hour, and it has already become a highlight of their week.
Join Carrie at Better Together, California Teachers Summit @ California State University Northridge, July 28, 2017! Registration Now Open!
Carrie will be the afternoon Keynote Speaker sharing authentic STEM Stories and inspiring teachers from across California to find students STEM stories! For more information, please register at http://cateacherssummit.com/ or contact Brittany Swinson@csun.edu or Center for Teaching and Learning, Michael D. Eisner College of Education, California State University, Northridge, CA. 818.677.7494
Natural Phenomena: Awe Inspiring & Trauma Inducing in Early Childhood
Peggy Ashbrook, The Early Years Columnist, Science and Children and author, invited Carrie Lynne Draper to guest blog in writing about supporting children affected by natural disasters. As summer ended, some children in the United States had traumatic experiences due to natural phenomena. Forest fires in the western states, flooding and hurricane damage in Texas, Florida, Georgia and US Virgin Islands has displaced families and schools. Peggy & Carrie provide resources for parents, educators and those supporting young children. http://nstacommunities.org/blog/2017/09/13/natural-phenomena-awe-inspiring-and-trauma-inducing/ (Photo: Courtesy of NSTA Communities.org/blog/PAshbrook)
Carrie Lynne Draper moderating STEM Panel at ECSTEM 2017
Tour our gallery to see the STEM fun students and teachers have at our events & check out some of our STEM partners!
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