A project-based educational program that inspires interest in STEAM and equips students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Participants work together in teams and develop new friendships as they improve in creative thinking, critical thinking, and collaborative problem solving. Click here for more info
Tools and resources to teach core STEM curriculum through something kids love, Video Games
. You provide the computers and they provide everything else! Click here for more info
Mizzen by Mott
Create a free account and gain access to thousands of lessons and activities from all different subject areas and for all ages. Click here for more info
A global robotics community preparing young people for the future with three different programs: First Lego League (pre-K-8), First Tech Challenge (grades 7-12), and First Robotics Competition (grades 9-12). Click here for more info
Girls Who Code
Join or start a club through Girls Who Code, which is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. There are clubs for 3rd-5th graders and 6th-12th graders, as well as summer programs and college programs. Click here for more info
See how Entrepreneurial thinking brings STEAM to life
. Full access (Part I and Part II) to VentureLabs Topics in Entrepreneurship Grades 1-12 curriculum at no cost to any VT program that reaches out to VentureLabs. Click here for more info
Vermont Energy Education
What happens when you turn on the lights? How does a solar panel work? What’s the best way to build a windmill? How do our choices about transportation or heating our homes impact the climate? VEEP provides hands-on equipment, lesson plans, workshops and coaching to help you and your students answer these questions and more. Free K-12 curricula for download, and scholarships available to offset fees for kit rentals and workshops. Click here for more info
Beth (teacher) and Curtis (scientist) travel the world doing field research on highly engaging topics, and students have a virtual front-row seat on the action! Each research mission tells a story about the place, its wildlife, and culture, and helps solve real-world problems. Multi-age content includes field videos, hands-on lessons, livestream events, and much more. Join missions live or adventure at your own pace! Embedded professional development helps providers build their own skills while working directly with students. Click here for more info.
Rosie’s Girls is a STEM, trades, and career exploration program for girls and gender-expansive youth entering grades 6-8. Participants are introduced to a career field that is non-traditional for their gender through hands-on learning in a supportive and empowering environment. In addition to trades and technical learning, Rosie’s Girls includes a social and emotional curriculum known as “Power Skills.” Four different themes are offered: Build, Weld, Explore, and Invent. Partner with Vermont Works for Women to host Rosie’s Girls once a week at your local school or community center and help girls expand their sense of what’s possible. Click here for more info
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