21 Amazing STEM Resources for Teachers

According to the STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, and Math) Coalition, there are 26 million STEM jobs in the U.S., comprising 20 percent of all jobs. By 2020, there will be 9.2 million STEM jobs in the U.S. Despite the need for these workers, only 45 percent and 30 percent of high school seniors are prepared for college-level math and science courses, respectively.

As the American K-12 system continues to look for ways to increase student interest and aptitude in STEM learning, technology is playing an increasingly pivotal role. Children who come to classrooms today have an inherent aptitude for technology and educators should encourage that skill set with resources that integrate STEM learning. Where do teachers find resources to incorporate into their STEM instruction? The easiest place would be via the internet. To save you some time we decided to compile a list of websites that provide teachers with the resources that they need to provide quality STEM instruction. Without further ado, here is our list

  1. Project Noah

Provides teachers with hands-on experiments for their students to conduct.

  1. Mosa Mack Science

This interactive website turns students into science detectives.

  1. JASON

Gives students an excellent introduction into science.

  1. NASA Global Climate Change – Vital Signs of the Planet

A large cache of information about climate change.

  1. NOVA Labs

Provides students with expert information about science and provides teachers with ideas for dynamic science experiments.

  1. Prepmagic

Provides students with science simulations that promote learning.

  1. BioInteractive

This multimedia site brings biological research to life.

  1. NOVA

Exciting science videos that have high-quality classroom applications.

  1. Koantum

Reach young scientists with the 5E model and kid-friendly lessons.

  1. Lawrence Hall of Science: 24/7 Science

First-class site for science games and investigations.

  1. Discover Science

Infuse your lessons with materials from the CAS.

  1. Smithsonian Science Education Center

A teacher-geared site that provides teachers with the steps for research-based science instruction.

  1. CK-12

Super STEM resource with highly accessible content.

  1. PhET Interactive Simulations

Large repository of science and math simulations.

  1. National Geographic Kids

Amazing photos of wildlife and indigenous people.

  1. Journey North

A historic site that helps teachers create engaging lessons for their students.

  1. National Geographic Education

Discover the world with this site’s multimedia features.

  1. Zooniverse

Research-based content that helps teachers make their content relatable.

  1. Mystery Science

Well thought out science curriculum and experiments.

  1. Climate Kids – NASA’s Eyes on the Earth

Students can learn all about the earth’s climate with this groundbreaking site.

  1. ExploreLearning Gizmos

The site contains a large cache of science simulations.

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