The following education resources are available to the public for print and/or download for use in and out of the classroom. Videos from past educator workshops, STEM Activity Kits, Lesson Plans, STEM Activity Videos, and more are available below. Also included are suggested websites with resources and lessons.
Please View our Featured Resource Contribution from Cassie of Bay Minette, Alabama. Cassie is a 9 year old who “absolutely loves all things nature, our planet and Science in general!”
Exhibit Guides, Scavenger Hunts, and Education Information
The 21st Century Partnership’s Middle Georgia STEM Alliance is a loosely knit regional collaboration of key organizations and individuals from across Middle Georgia focused on elevating STEM by working together to advance STEM workforce development.
Based in Kingsport, Tennessee, STREAMWORKS is a new educational program that delivers enhanced opportunities for students (grades K–12) to participate in exciting mentor and project-based programs that focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills; inspire innovation; and foster well-rounded life capabilities.
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor founded iCivics in 2009: to restore civic education in our nation’s schools.
National STEM Academy Educator Resource Center
The Educator Resource Center’s Lending Library offers a variety of STEM books, NASA resources, STEM Activity Kits, Classroom set of books and equipment, Lesson Plans and more!
Items are free to check out.
STEM Resources for Educators and Students - NASA, Space Related, GPB, and more!
Your students will have the chance to engage in a virtual career talk with an Amazon Future Engineer!
Amazon Class Chat volunteers will share their personal career story and insight into work in tech and answer your students’ career questions. Class Chats are free, live, interactive, and available to everyone.
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