At eGFI you will find a variety of tools to boost your students' math and science skills, enliven the classroom with engineering projects, expand your own professional horizons and stay informed. These tools include lesson plans, class activities, outreach programs, web resources, and a variety of engineering features.
The ISS National Lab education team is releasing a new Space Station Explorers Kit for students in grades 3-8 that includes hands-on space-themed activities that are engaging, use low-cost supplies, and align with national education standards for STEM.
Find NASA resources for educators to supplement STEM lessons for grades K-college.
National Geographic is proud to offer a wide assortment of professional learning opportunities for educators engaging with students from pre-K to post-secondary. Our programs and resources range from in-the-field projects to digital resources to online networks to grant opportunities and courses.
Educators, students, and curious people everywhere come explore the ocean and atmosphere with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Math teachers, we know you love pi as much as we do, so we're creating a page just for you! Get you Pi Day teacher resources here. From downloadable Pi Day fact PDFs to printable practice question worksheets, we have you covered.
Family STEM activities created my Texas Instruments for grades 6-12.
In an ever-changing, increasingly complex world, it's more important than ever that our nation's youth are prepared to bring knowledge and skills to solve problems, make sense of information, and know how to gather and evaluate evidence to make decisions. These are the kinds of skills that students want a nation where our future leaders, neighbors, and workers have the ability to understand and solve some of the complex challenges of today and tomorrow, and to meet the demands of the dynamic and evolving workforce, building students' skills, content knowledge, and fluency in STEM fields is essential. We must also make sure that, no matter where children live, they have access to quality learning environments. A child's zip code should not determine their STEM fluency.