SciSummary is described as ChatGPT with a PhD, offering summaries of science using AI.
Scientist-turned-writing teacher Brandon R. Brown’s new book provides a blueprint for better STEM writing at all levels
Free interactive STEM spreadsheets can get your students started in both simple and complex computations.
These best virtual lab sites and apps are all free, highly engaging, and informative—and most don’t require registration.
These free Earth Day lessons and activities will help teachers explore this crucial subject with K-12 students in an engaging, age-appropriate way
The STEAM Machine is a portable STEM lab and mobile makerspace that just got rolling in Wichita Falls ISD
SciencetoyMaker is a resource website offering guidance on how to print and make gliders, boomerangs and more.
Phenomenon-based learning sparks students’ curiosity by creating science lessons that rely upon real-world phenomena.
The benefits of early STEM education come from fostering young children’s natural curiosity and love for exploration.
The James Webb Space Telescope provides lots of opportunities for teachers to engage and inspire their students.
The U.S. government’s UFO report provides the perfect opportunity to teach about media literacy and the search for extraterrestrial life.
Dr. Eric J. Pyle, president of the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA), offers advice for how to teach climate change without scaring or dividing students.
NASA’s Perseverance Rover is scheduled to land on the Red Planet Thursday. Here’s how to stream the event in-class and get your students ready.
Readorium is a website offering a virtual science library with books and activities that focus on building students reading comprehension and science knowledge.