Units of Study
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Scratch is a free platform for students to program interactive stories, games, and animations. All you need is a laptop and creativity.
This platform allows students to create their own Apps in less than an hour. To use, you’ll need two devices: a Web browser on computer, as well as an Android device. Both must be able to access the same wireless Internet network.
Lemelson Center’s collection of ‘Do Try This at Home!’ activities, through which students develop their innovation and creativity.
Virtual STEM and Science Games
Middle and high school students experience what it is like to be a scientist through interactive activities and games. "Imagine Yourself" lets students virtually conduct activities from a field. Includes education requirements and interviews with scientists.
Allows students to solve a CSI case at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels, using knowledge of forensic science. Contains an educator's guide and a family guide, as well as links to online activities (e.g. handwriting analysis, detective abilities). Has a section on cool science careers.
Students can read profiles of women in science, watch videos of women scientists on the job, take a career personality quip, compare career requirements in STEM fields, connect with other young women interested in STEM and find out about STEM-related contests and camps.
Interactive website with featured careers, resources and fun activities to help explore STEM education and careers.
Explore Careers related to STEM
Explore STEM Career Options
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