2023 Engineering Machine Design Contest
byposted on 12:56 PM, September 22, 2022
This cross-curricular program is what you need to engage a diverse team of students with various interests including the arts, visual media, writing, engineering, physics, construction, and more.
Happy Autumnal Equinox
byposted on 12:44 PM, September 22, 2022
Learn about the seasons with these resources
Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops
byposted on 9:55 AM, September 20, 2022
A series of short, free, documentary videos, along with an accompanying science curriculum for grades 6 -12, teach the next generation about the urgency of climate change.
Youth Environmental Activists (YEA!) Updates
byposted on 11:31 AM, September 15, 2022
Upcoming events and updates about Climate Generation YEA programs.
More Resources from PBS
byposted on 11:24 AM, September 15, 2022
TPT and PBS have curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more for teachers like you.
The Concord Consortium - Wildfire Risk and Impact activity
byposted on 3:35 PM, September 13, 2022
The Wildfire Module asks students to consider the question, "How will wildfire risks and impacts change over the next 100 years?"
CityParks Green Girls
byposted on 3:26 PM, September 13, 2022
CityParks Green Girls Empowered by ING Curriculum is now available, free of charge, for educators nationwide.
The 2022-2023 Innovate to Mitigate competition is now open!
byposted on 3:13 PM, September 13, 2022
Innovate to Mitigate challenges 8th – 12th grade students to submit ideas that will mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gases.
MnSTA Science Teaching Award
byposted on 2:42 PM, September 13, 2022
Consider nominating a colleague or yourself for the MnSTA Science Teaching Award
Bring Phenology into your classroom with KAXE Radio
byposted on 8:59 AM, September 9, 2022
Northern Community Radio, headquartered in Grand Rapids, MN, and host John Latimer brings you seasonal observations every week.