Student Spaceflight Experiments Program Experimental design on the resource tab for SSEP.org.
Keywords: Spaceflight, experimental design
Sign in/Sign up Nepris is a free way to have your students interact with professionals! Simply upload your request, and Nepris will match your class with a professional. Your students can have a live (via webcams) interview/lesson with the professional who responds to your request. You can also have your students watch professionals interact with other classes. All faces of students are blurred out for safety. Instead of trying to get your students excited …
Keywords: Professionals, webinars,
Chem Club is a way to bring fun and exciting science activities to students' fingertips and to help students realize science happens outside of the classroom every day. This is a free club to start up at your school, and it has activities for various levels of abilities.
Keywords: Chemistry, Middle School, High School
After school webinars THis NASA site offers webinars for pre-service, in-service, home school and other educators.
Keywords: NASA webinars
Civil Air Patrol Educators page This resource has a multitude of resources that are hands-on, ready to go!.
Keywords: STEM resources from the Civil Air Patrol
* Changes between Forms of Energy * Changes betweet Kinetic and Potential Energy * The Law of Conservation of Energy
Keywords: Kinetic Energy; Potential Energy; Conservation of Energy
This website contains some great lessons to be included in an Astronomy Unit.
Keywords: Astronomy, Planets, Universe, Middle School Astronomy
I taught a unit on Computer Programming and found that the website Code.org--created by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and other software engineers--was extremely student-friendly. My students thoroughly enjoyed learning how to code by solving puzzles! I highly recommend this website to beginning computer coders!
Keywords: Coding, Computer Programming, Computer Science
As a middle school careers class, we have a focus on STEM instruction and learning activities.
Science House Foundation is an international New York City-based NGO (501(c)3 charity) that supports organizations that help to further science and mathematics education worldwide, and creates programs that provide schools with resources and educational experiences to spark imaginations and connect kids across cultures.
Keywords: Science, resources