"STOP for Science" is a building-wide enrichment program consisting of a series of posters designed to pique student interest in science concepts and their application to the world in which we live. For each poster there is a series of question sheets that students can answer. Although the focus is building-wide and can be applied not only in schools but in libraries, science centers and other public spaces, content can be linked to classrooms through use of the provided facilitator resource guides.
In an effort to further expand support for the STOP program, we have recorded a set of videos of astrophysicist and STOP creator Pat Slane presenting the materials to a group of educators at a 2011 National Science Teachers Association meeting. These videos can help your facilitation of the STOP program. The current set of videos includes an overview of the content, resources, and suggestions on incorporating activities.