Elementary school

S The Lawrence Hall of Science: Students play games and have interactive, engaging experiences as they learn about all manner of science topics

T EduBlogs: Secure blogging to help young students organize their thoughts and learn how to interact online

E eGFI, from the American Society for Engineering Education, offers lesson plans, class activities, and outreach programs for students of all ages, including K-5 students.

M Developed by a teacher, Math Cats is designed around open-ended and creative math exploration.
Middle school

S Through a free basic membership, students can use BioDigital Human to learn and virtually explore the human body.

T Scratch: This programming resource is designed for children ages 8-16, and is perfect for middle school students who want to learn more about programming

E Central Texas Discover Engineering: While this resource is Texas-based, the middle school engineering activities are engaging and encouraging.

M Math Central: This safe site is maintained by teachers, faculty, and students at various Canadian universities. Students can ask questions, try out challenging math problems, and more.
High school

S Coaster Crafter: Building roller coasters is one way to learn about physics, and this resource helps students learn about force and motion while testing their constructions.

T Prezi: High school students can learn how to create and give presentations on their own or with peers, learning valuable skills for college and the workforce

E Engineer Your Life is an engineering guide for high school girls.

M The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives is a library of interactive web-based virtual manipulatives and concept tutorials. The tools help engage students and prompt them to visualize mathematical relationships in unique ways.

Laura Ascione

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