Here are a few resources for teachers and parents while students are learning at home. The STEM Leadership Alliance partners and other educational companies have stepped forward to help teachers transition to online teaching in response to COVID-19. The following list of shared tools and resources will be updated as they become available so please bookmark this page and check back often.
A biweekly podcast created specifically for K–12 math educators. Sign up on their website
The Museum of Science, Boston has launched a new digital Museum experience for audiences, MOS at Home. With multiple live presentations throughout the day, creative engineering projects, podcasts, kidfriendly
activities, and more, the Museum is inviting the community to visit remotely
Serves educators and families with teacher-tested resources that foster problem solving, creativity, and inspire future engineers and STEM professionals. Keep students in grades PreK – 8 engaged with free activities, videos, and expert-developed lessons.
The Smithsonian Science Education Center has been transforming K-12 Education through Science in collaboration with communities across the globe since 1985. A trusted source of free instructional resources for K-12 students and teachers that integrate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with the history, art, and culture of the Smithsonian’s vast research and collections. Explore free Smithsonian Science resources and the Smithsonian Learning Lab.
NYC users interested in becoming more skilled with the digital content that we have always provided with our orders. Training in a multitude of formats are available. We are using this site to assist current users
NBC Learn K-12 makes thousands of historic news reports, current events, and original stories available to K-12 teachers and students, all aligned to state standards and mapped to curricula.
Google Classroom is your all-in-one place for teaching and learning. Our easy-to-use and secure tool helps educators manage, measure, and enrich learning experiences.
Funded by the Amgen Foundation and developed at Harvard, LabXchange is an online science education platform that provides users with access to personalized instruction, virtual lab experiences and networking opportunities across the global scientific community. – The current content is focused is bioscience/ biotechnology.
The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are K-12 science content standards whose goal is to provide teachers and educators with "the flexibility to design classroom learning experiences that stimulate students’ interests in science and prepares them for college, careers, and citizenship".
The organization inspires students to try programming each year with Hour of Code, which offers one-hour beginner coding tutorials in over 45 languages. Code.org also provides mini-lessons, videos, fun tutorials, and projects to help students learn computer science at home.