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NSF Science Zone
posted on 9:27 AM, December 2, 2021
The National Science Foundation Science Zone is an app, a series of radio shows and podcasts, and Roku programming.
MnSTA Letter of Support for Teachers: Transitioning to the New Science Standards
posted on 1:41 PM, December 1, 2021
The MnSTA Advocacy Committee has created a Letter of Support for our members to help you in your conversations with district leaders on what is needed for teachers to be able to make a successful transition to the new MN science standards.
BrainPOP Science
posted on 1:33 PM, December 1, 2021
BrainPOP Science helps 6-8th grade students build the skills to explore and gather evidence to explain them with confidence.
Engineering for US All (e4usa)
posted on 12:07 PM, November 29, 2021
Engineering For US All (e4usa) is a first-of-its-kind initiative focused on introducing engineering design principles to high school students across the U.S.
Tending Nature
posted on 12:27 PM, November 18, 2021
From PBS, this science curriculum, designed for middle school grades, explores the ecosystems of the Klamath River Basin, the problems caused by an unhealthy river system, and the collaborative efforts by tribes, government agencies, and non-profit groups to solve the problem by restoring the river.
Invitations to Inquiry with Data using FieldScope
posted on 12:18 PM, November 18, 2021
Invitations to Inquiry are short instructional activities designed to help middle and high school students work with large data sets. The activities engage students with community and citizen science data from projects hosted on FieldScope.
Engineering Machine Design Contest
posted on 10:56 AM, November 18, 2021
The Engineering Machine Design Contest is an opportunity for teams of 3-12 students to design and build a complex machine using everyday objects.
TechGirls Community Outreach-- Council of State Science Supervisors
posted on 11:19 AM, November 16, 2021
TechGirls is an international summer exchange program designed to empower and inspire young women from around the world to pursue careers in science and technology.
Free "How were you a scientist or engineer in class today?" poster
posted on 12:26 PM, November 10, 2021
Request a free poster for your classroom from Amplify Science.
Explore Engineering from SMM
posted on 9:46 AM, November 9, 2021
The Science Museum of Minnesota has hands-on activities focused on scalable challenges that can be used for a day of programming or throughout the semester.
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