Tag Online Resources

239 Cool Sites About STEM

This guide features summer camps, websites, competitions, apps, and career resources for students in elementary school to high school.  Since women are still vastly underrepresented, STEM activities specifically for girls and young women are included.  

Updated: Free Resources for Schools

Education technology companies have stepped forward to help educators reach students in virtual ways. In many cases, the companies are making their paid services free through the rest of the school year; in other cases, they’re lifting limits to services…

#EarthDayATHome with NASA

Fifty years ago, on April 22, 1970, people around the world marked the first Earth Day. Thousands gathered to raise awareness about the importance of protecting our beautiful planet for future generations. On this Earth Day, as we physically separate…

First Works Virtual Learning Series

In partnership with Steer PVD, FirstWorks is creating new ways for the arts to propel learning as Rhode Island schools, teachers and parents work to continue educating students through online, distance learning. The FirstWorks Education Program specifically links to core…

Franklin@Home

Stay connected and feed your curiosity with Franklin@Home, all-new digital science offerings from The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Take a virtual tour of the Giant Heart, explore NightSkies@Home, and get your daily dose of live science, experiments and recipes—because science never…

Distance Learning Resources

The Rhode Island Environmental Education Association (RIEEA) have compiled a list of resources for teachers and families so that you can continue to engage in environmental education and outdoor recreation in a safe and meaningful way.

Free Tech for Learning

ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) and EdSurge are curating a list of free products offered by companies and organizations to support learning during extended school closures.  Search the directory organized into categories including grade levels, subject area, standards…

The Learning Toolbox

The Exploratorium, a hands-on museum in San Francisco developed a new website, The Learning Toolbox, which features free science activities and materials addressing timely topics around the novel coronavirus, as well as general science support for virtual classrooms and at-home…

Wide Open School

Launched last week, WideOpenSchool.org was created by Common Sense Media, a nonprofit known for rating education and entertainment content based on its suitability for kids, with help from dozens of partners. The site brings together content from a diverse group…

NOAA Live! Webinars

While you are home, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s Regional Collaboration Network in conjunction with Woods Hole Sea Grant and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, is offering this series on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11 EDT during…