Higher level math series… online video series with detailed solutions to more than a thousand publicly-released College Board SAT Math, Subject Test Math Level 1, and Subject Test Math Level 2 problems.
A home for Makers: collaborative, playful, experiential learners who believe everyone should have access to the tools for building a better world. We began by supporting MIT students.
Stuck at home for the next few weeks with nothing to do? Here are over 80 free science ideas, including 7 games you can play over and over, to get you through - no strings attached!
Show students that the path to their career aspirations is paved with an understanding of key mathematical skills. In our Math@Work web series, industry leaders work with real students to demonstrate the importance of learning math. Engage your classroom as you watch students discover the possibilities math presents.
Three Free Weeks of Maker Stations to keep your children creating at home! Each challenge includes simple instructions using materials around the house, QR code video resources, and a student recording sheet.
Use an article from ChemMatters to illustrate how it relates to students' everyday lives. Or consider starting with a concept in ChemMatters and working backward to incorporate chemistry in your lesson plan.
Watching animals is a great way to spark what I call sneaky learning. You can ask questions about what you are seeing, read a book, or watch a documentary. You can print off worksheets and unit studies to keep them learning as long as they are interested.
Greek Gurl Diaries
Here's a collection of video logs about using and making technology, along side interviews with inspirational women in the fields of computing, science, technology and engineering. They also include video contributions from women working in IT and Science, and include ‘Geek Gurl Diaries On Air’ panel discussions with graduate computer science students on various topics like computer gaming and geek culture.
That’s why we’ve created the Cyber A.C.E.S. – Activities in Cybersecurity Education for Students – program. We aim to demystify cybersecurity through interactive learning, equipping kids ages 5 to 15 with an understanding of how to protect their digital future.