Training Videos List
NISE Network instructional facilitation and content training videos support educators and scientists with their STEM engagement efforts.
Speed-ucate Video or How to have an Effective Science and Society Conversation
In this 7-minute video, actors depict facilitators in a comedic take on a TV dating show to showcase tips for having meaningful conversations with museum visitors.
Changing Brains training videos
Training videos are intended to help museum staff and volunteers feel comfortable while engaging public audiences with the Changing Brains activities.
America's Next Top Presenter
In this 6-minute comedic training video, actors depicts facilitators exploring common pitfalls and best practices for giving an entertaining and educational stage presentation
Making Waves with Radio training videos
Professional learning training videos for the the Making Waves with Radio activities.
Mastering Science and Public Presentations: Video
In this 48-minute video of a talk, scientists learn the fundamentals of sharing science with scientific and public audiences.
Team-Based Inquiry Training Videos
This is a series of training videos for an evaluation strategy to empower museum professionals to get the data they need in order to improve their products and practices and create successful educational experiences.
NanoDays activities training videos
Training Videos for staff and volunteers faciltating NanoDays activities.
NISE Network Impacts: Report to Partners
Publication provides an overview of the major activities of the Network and highlights our collective accomplishments related to building collaborations, engaging the public, and increasing the capacity of the field.
How to make a how-to instructional training video
In this 2-minute video, an experienced facilitator walks viewers through how to make a how-to instructional training video.
Explore Science - Zoom into Nano Planning & Promotional Materials
Professional development guide for educators on planning and promoting your Explore Science - Zoom into Nano event.