This collection gathers various resources about STEM careers.
This is a collection of resources designed to challenge misconceptions and inspire the next generation of STEM leaders. We use storytelling and creative lesson plans to introduce the multifaceted people and pathways in STEM.
The EngineerGirl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women.
This series highlights only a very few of the women who have made important discoveries and have had a crucial impact on STEM fields. Today, women are in every STEM discipline and in every type of job.
Materials to teach about the current status of women in Physics and what we can do about it.
Resources to support teachers in making sure their classroom culture and teacher moves help all students, including girls, have self-efficacy and positive mindset building experiences around physics in the classroom.
What exactly is engineering? Let the folks at NASA tell you in this engaging video. Grades 3-12
What is engineering? What does it take to be an engineer? Aspiring engineers tackle these questions and help demystify their chosen profession in this engaging video that highlights diversity. Upper Elem to HS
Engineering explained - from mobile phones to the Burj Khalifa (the world's tallest building), computer games and toothpaste to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and airplanes. Elem, MS, HS
If your child has a curious mind, he/she may someday work in a STEM career. This video talks to your kids about STEM careers and what they can do to learn more about science and technology in the future. (Elementary)
STEM OUR WORLD
Portrayal of Female Scientists in Film