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STEM [Science and Technology/Engineering, Mathematics, Digital Literacy and Computer Science]

STEM [Science and Technology/Engineering, 

STEM

Mathematics, Digital Literacy and Computer Science]contains high quality FREE remote learning opportunities aimed at motivating every type of learner. Check out our list of resources so that learning remains alive throughout our school closure. Free remote learning opportunities can be found by clicking any link below.

  • As with Math, students should spend time each day working on the next lesson presented to them in their online textbook at Discovery Education.
  • NOVA: Science Documentaries with extension activities.
  • National Geographic: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering resources.
  • PBS Learning Labs: Real science. Real data & You... Join scientists on a quest of sceintific discovery! Check this website out!
  • CK - 12: STEM resources in Grades K - 12:
  • Code.org: Provides learning resources that help students learn about computer science and programming on their own. Offerings include Computer Science (CS) Fundamentals for K–5 and online courses and labs for middle and high school (CS Express, App Lab, Game Lab, and Web Lab).
  • Great Minds: Free daily lessons available in grades 3–5 science and grades K–12 Eureka Math. These lessons will be delivered by Great Minds' own teachers and will be viewable on any device. In addition, access to the full K–12 Eureka Math program is available for free.
  • Khan Academy: Khan Academy has outlined support for parents and educators on how to use their resources during remote learning. Khan Academy is a free resource for students, teachers, and parents with a library of lessons covering kindergarten through early college math, grammar, science, history, plus AP?courses, SAT?preparation, and more. Available in 40 languages.
  • PhET Online Simulations: A library of online simulations that students can play with and explore to investigate scientific and mathematical models. Can be sorted bygrade level.
  • Smithsonian Science How Webcast: These webcasts originally aired live from the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. They're great for students in grades 3–8 and are optimized for students in grades 3–5.
  • ST Math: A web-based visual instructional program that leads to deep conceptual understanding of math. ST Math is offering parents free access through June 30 for grades K–8.
  • Zearn K-5 Mathematics: Zearn has made its entire curriculum, including 400 hours of digital lessons with on-screen teachers and supportive remediation, available for free. To access these materials, go to the Distance Learning Resource Center for:
    • Quick-start instructions for using Zearn Math programmatically as part of a distance learning plan
    • Daily webinars for administrators, teachers, and parents to walk through quick-start instructions. Each webinar will offer 'office hours' with time for questions with the Zearn team.
Elementary and Middle School Science (Grades K - 8)
High School Science (Grades 9-12)