At SciAll.org, our decorated and diverse team of professional scientists uses storytelling to share personal experiences in ‘vlogs’ (video blogs, on YouTube & other social media) motivated by our mission to humanize scientists, demystify the process of scientific discovery, and make STEM career mentoring freely accessible to all. Our content complements traditional teaching approaches by first sparking curiosity in STEM, such that students become personally motivated to learn in the classroom. For students that think they want to become scientists, our content also offers mentoring on how to advance through the cryptic process of becoming a STEM professional.
As a teacher, we want to join forces with you. Many of our planned weekly video releases are specifically directed toward middle- high school- or college-aged students. If you identify with our mission to diversify access to STEM, we ask that you formally join our movement by completing this short form, which will grant you exclusive access to:
a) our monthly newsletter, curating our latest and upcoming free content for K-12 teachers,
b) quarterly ‘teacher-only’ surveys on what video topics you want us to cover, and
c) quarterly drawings for a chance to have one of our scientists visit your classroom/school virtually.
Please note that SciAll.org is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization run entirely by volunteer scientists, including university professors, TED Fellows, and National Geographic Explorers. We share a passion for making STEM accessible to all, and we hope you will join us and share our movement with your colleagues. Together, who knows what we could accomplish?