STEM Learning Resources

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Other STEM Resources

  • CEISMC STEAM from a Distance Education Resources  - GT campus and community collaboration to connect, learn, and discover while at home. Learn more: Event, Resources, and Activities
  • CDC's STEM Portal - Visit the STEM at CDC website for public health STEM activities, resources, and trainings geared towards students, teachers, and anyone curious out the CDC's work. Resources include a comic series and free apps for K12 and lessons and modules for teachers to enhance K12 learning.
  • USA Science & Engineering Festival (USEF) Video Library - Engaging presentations from some of the most innovative minds in STEM, including Dr. Anthony Fauci and NASA Astronaut Dr. Jessica Meir. Visit the USEF FREE video library.
  • Earth Day - EARTHDAY.ORG provides educational resources and toolkits to engage communities in environmental activism. The website has a map to find local Earth Day activities and events.
  • EarSketch Weekly Challenges - Learn to code by making music. Amazon Future Engineer and the Georgia Tech EarSketch team are hosting Celebrity Song Remix Weekly Challenges featuring Grammy Winning Artists Common and Ciara. Learn more: Program Information  |  Teacher Resources
  • Georgia Space Grant Consortium K12 Educator Resources - Home school resources with virtual experiences, activities, and experiments.
  • Atlanta Science Festival #AtHomeSciFest - Resources and ideas for science at home.
  • Science ATL - If you are curious about science, visit Science ATL to learn about science in everyday life, design challenges, and science events happening in metro Atlanta and across the metro region.
  • NASA STEM Resources for K-12 Educators - NASA has activities and resources are categorized by grades K-4, 5-8, 9-12. There are even weekly webinar and free lectures for educators.
  • Exploratorium - An online, San Francisco-based museum that provides interactive activities, web features, activities, and programs for grades K-12.
  • Khan Academy Resources to aid students with their studies or learn something completely new. Known for math, Khan Academy has expanded to provide resources for grammar, coding, language arts, and even storytelling!
  • PBS - PBS offers daily activities and ideas for parents at PBS for Parents and learning resources for teachers at PBS for Teachers.
  • Scholastic Learn at Home - Scholastic offers quick, largely self-guided reading lessons paired with activities and videos for PreK students to 9th grade.
  • Mystery Science - Mystery Science offers videos and hands-on science activities. They are NGSS and Common Core aligned for grades K-5.
  • CODE - CODE provides K-12 gamified lessons on how to code with no experience required.
  • National Geographic Kids - National Geographic Kids has K-8 videos, articles, and activities about nature and the natural world.
  • Teach EngineeringTeach Engineering has hands-on K12 STEM activity lesson plans for teachers and parents.
  • Met Kids - Met Kids, a K-8 resource provided by the New York City Met, provides videos about creating and enjoying art, including a “time machine” feature that allows filtering for time, place, and theme.
  • Georgia Pathways STEM Magazine - The Georgia Pathways magazine connects the Technology Association of Georgia–Education Collaborative with Georgia's STEM community. The magazine provides insight, perspective, best practices, and programmatic content for K-16 students, teachers, and parents. Visit their site to read the latest issue or past issues.

Disclaimer: Neither the above external resources and the organizations from which they are produced are not endorsed by GTRI. Parents and teachers should review any material found through the external links above. 

 

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