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Excellence Awards in Science & Engineering
Excellence Awards in Science & Engineering

The downloadable pdf from the Excellence Awards in Science & Engineering has a wealth of resources, including content from: NSF, Dept of Education, NSTC, Army, Smithsonian Institute, USDA, Dept of Energy, EPA, NASA, NOAA and more.

Code Combat

Students type real Python and JavaScript while playing games that encourage trial-and-error, critical thinking, and creativity.

How It Works
How It Works

How It Works’ expert explanations, dynamic cutaways and breathtaking images help its eager audience to understand and explore the wonders of the modern world.

Scratch MIT
Scratch - MIT

Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.

The Kennedy Center: Science Meets Artistry - the Work of Cai Guo-Qiang
The Kennedy Center

Fireworks and Performance Art

PBS Learning Media: Critical Thinking & Problem Solving in Advanced Manufacturing
PBS Learning Media

In this media-rich lesson plan, students learn how critical thinking and problem solving are used in advanced manufacturing fields, then apply what they’ve learned in activities that are based on real-world scenarios.

Carnegie STEM Girls
Carnegie STEM Girls

CarnegieSTEMgirls.org is a comprehensive site with activities, resources, and links designed to get teenagers excited about STEM – science, technology, engineering, and math.

Freeport - McMoRan: Dig Into Mining - Innovation in Mining
Freeport - McMoRan

In this activity, students will learn about the costs associated with operating a mine and how technology can help to
reduce the costs in three areas; energy, resources, and safety.

OLogy: Rising CO2
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Explore the connections between technology, population and rising atmospheric CO2.

Flash Forward: Love On The Brain
Flash Forward

This episode, we travel to a future where your romantic partners aren’t chosen by questions or swipes, but rather by your brainwaves.

Science Rules! Are We Living in a Simulation?
Science Rules!

Combining consciousness and technology leaves us with some big questions.