STEM Sports
STEM Sports

STEM Sports® provides curriculum that introduces STEM concepts through sports to encourage inquiry-based learning and project-based learning to students.

Real World Math: Space Lessons - Lunar Sports
Real World Math

One of the concepts discussed in the Lunar Field Trip activity is that the gravitational forces on the Moon are one-sixth that on Earth.

Flash Forward: The Altered State
Flash Forward

Today we travel to a future where all drugs are legal.

Short Wave: How The Lack of Fans Is Changing the Psychology of Sports
Short Wave (NPR)

Host Maddie Sofia talks to Catherine Sabiston, the Canada research chair in physical activity and mental health at the University of Toronto, about how the lack of real life fans is changing the psychology of sports games.

Environmental Protection Agency: Why Green Your Sport?
Environmental Protection Agency

Across the country, teams, fans, event planners and college campuses are saving energy, cutting waste and cleaning up at sporting events to show their commitment to the environment — a goal that has many benefits.

Environmental Protection Agency: Greening Sports through Sustainable Materials Management
Environmental Protection Agency

Across the country, teams, fans, event planners and college campuses are saving energy, cutting waste and cleaning up at sporting events to show their commitment to the environment.

Young Scientist Lab: The Everyday Science of Sports
Young Scientist Lab

Students explore the physics of aerodynamics by evaluating competing golf ball designs.

Discover Data: Big Data in the Big Game
Discover Data

Do you prefer to watch the game, the commercials or the halftime show? In these activities, students will investigate consumer data bytes surrounding championship football—such as the fans, the entertainment, and the food.