You are our program CHAMPIONS! You are on the front line — encouraging students to achieve at their full potential, guiding them to make wise choices, and exciting them about math and science careers. This program would not be as successful without your support and guidance daily with the students!
Here are some resources to help you along the way.
Helpful Links for Teachers:
AgExplorer.com is a new career exploration website that is a robust, comprehensive career resource to help students explore the broad range of careers in agriculture.
Comprehensive site from the EPA that includes activities, festivities and resources you can use every day.
Eduhound is an online directory specializing in education resources for the kindergarten to grade 12 set, correctly declares: “We traced it down so you don’t have to.” Everything from art to museums to virtual explorations
Use EDUtopia to explore ways to use STEM lessons and approaches to help students practice cross-disciplinary thinking and build skills in science, technology, engineering, and math.
History Matters is designed for high school and college teachers of U.S. History courses. This site serves as a gateway to web resources and offers useful materials for teaching U.S. history.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NASA makes available educational materials for all grade levels.
Innovation, creativity, problem solving — the world of robotics at NASA is all of these things. Bookmark this new one-stop shop on NASA.gov for news about robotics for educators and students. Check out the things to do on the site to see if robotics might be in your future.
National Education Association
The National Education Association website offers resources from the top 10 Best STEM Resources from Kindergarten through high school.
National Science Teachers Association
NSTA’s mission is to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.