Interviews/Webinars & Trainings
- Interview with astrophysicist Kelly Korreck
- Interview with rocket scientist Jasmine Sandler
- Interview with Biology education researcher Claire Meaders
- Families & STEAM: Strengthening Relationships and Building Partnerships
- Interview with digital archaeologist Dr. Samantha Porter
- PEAR is offering DoS trainings and two years of ongoing technical assistance, quarterly data reports, and online data management support
- After School Math Plus Curriculum and Training
- Click2Engineering Community of Practice
- NASA: A Day in the Life Aboard the International Space Station
- Museum of Aviation: 2022 Space Week Resources
Activities & Lesson Plans
- Famous female inventors and their inventions
- 5 ways to build Equity into your math lessons
- Incorporating stories of women, POC, and LGBTQ scientists into the physics classroom
- 5 tips to inspire an innovative mindset
- On Equity and Inclusion in Math and Science Classrooms
- Engineering is Elementary’s NASA Partnership free units
- 8 free invention activities for kids
- Check out this activity on growing house plants and learn how they grow in space
- 30 Active Math and Activities for Kids Who Love to Move
- Try Engineering Lesson Plan: Take Flight!
- STEM Educators Academy Activity Toolkit from ExpandED Schools
Explore Virtual Support Networks!
- AISES: Resources and support networks for indigenous students interested in STEM.
- AWIS: The Association for Women in Science aims to combat job discrimination, lower pay, and professional isolation.
- Bedtime Math: Hands-on activities to learn and practice math at home.
- Code.org: Free resources for anyone at any age to begin learning coding and computer science.
- Discover Magazine: A curated list of quality STEM online learning opportunities.
- Girls Who Code: Clubs, Summer Programs, and support networks for girls interested in computer science.
- Kids Engineering Games Resource Guide: Fun engineering-focused games.
- NASA Kids Club: A place to play educational, STEM-focused games and learn about NASA.
- National Girls Collaborative Project: Connecting state and local STEM projects around the country.
- Smithsonian and National Zoo Virtual Tours: Take a virtual tour of a real zoo and see your favorite animals!
- Society of Women Engineers: the world’s largest advocate and catalyst for change for women in engineering and technology. Scholarships, Career Fairs, and more!
- VEXcode VR: Free virtual robot programming.
- Baltimore City Parks and Recreation STEM activities: Tons of projects run by Baltimore City parks!
- Code in the Schools: A Baltimore-based organization dedicated to increasing access to computer science education.
- Future Makers: Dedicated to increasing learning around making tools and creative technologies.
- John’s Hopkins STEM: Incredible opportunities through a Baltimore City university.
- KidMuseum: We empower the next generation with the skills to invent the future.
- Let’s GO Boys & Girls STEM Resources: Students today, technology leaders tomorrow!
- Maryland Science Center: Sharing our love of science at home and beyond, reaching every corner of Maryland.
- Maryland STEM Festival: A month-long celebration of STEM that takes place every fall.
- National Aquarium: Experience dozens of unique aquatic habitats—from a northern Australian river gorge to a Pacific reef to a tropical rain forest—all interconnected by the binding force of water.
- University of Maryland Extension 4-H: Learn life skills through community focused, research-based experiential education programs.
- The Possible Futures Career Exploration curriculum is a free resource that includes four STEM units where learners explore the roles of STEM professionals in the fields of Information Technology, Health Sciences, Cybersecurity, and Engineering by tackling challenges based on real-world problems.