Classroom Resources

ASCD >

A selection of firsthand guidance from school leaders and health and safety experts to help educators coordinate initiatives and attend to school well-being issues.

Assembly Point >

An online collaboration space where educators can find resources, pose questions, and share answers with each other on how best to provide a nurturing, engaging online learning experience for their students.

Bio-Rad >

Resources and materials that can stand alone or enrich your life science lessons.

College Board >

Up to date information on AP College exams, as well as links to online review sessions by test.

COVID HACKS >

COVID HACKS (Healthy Actions, Community Knowledge and Science) project offers lessons and other teaching resources to address the need for education about viruses, infectious diseases, disease prevention and public health in general

Daily Do by NSTA >

Daily Dos are sensemaking tasks teachers and parents can use to engage their students in authentic, relevant science learning.

EiE, Museum of Science, Boston >

Explore resources that will help you prepare to teach EiE, integrate engineering with other K-5 subjects, assess student learning, and meet state and national standards.

Exploratorium >

Explore the science of viruses and how they impact us as well as find general science support for your virtual classroom.

Harris County Department of Education (ELAR) >

Online list of English Language Arts and Reading area content resources for students and teachers.

Harris County Department of Education (Math) >

Online list of math area content resources for students and teachers.

Harris County Department of Education (Science) >

Online list of science area content resources for students and teachers.

Lab-Aids >

For over 55 years, Lab-Aids has been developing, manufacturing and publishing core curriculum and supplementary programs that help students better understand science concepts through direct experience.

MIT Full STEAM
Ahead
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MIT FULL STEAM Ahead is a collection of resources that MIT is putting together for teaching and learning online.

NASA STEM Engagement >

Find resources and activities for all grade levels as well as opportunities only for educators.

National Endowment for the Humanities >

Find lesson plans and teacher guides, along with resources for online teaching.

National Park Service >

Access ongoing research, databases, and online classroom resources while exlporing U.S. National Parks.

National Science Foundation >

A diverse collection of lessons and web resources for classroom teachers, their students and students' families organized by subject.

National Science Teaching Association >

NSTA supports science teachers with standards-compliant lessons, proven classroom techniques, and research-based pedagogy.

The Science Education for Public Understanding Program >

SEPUP (The Science Education for Public Understanding Program) creates innovative science curriculum for use in 6-12 education.

Science Teachers Association of Texas >

The Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT) connects and inspires science educators through professional development, networking, advocacy and its signature annual event, the Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching (CAST).

TeachEngineering >

A digital library comprised of standards-based engineering curricula for K-12 educators to make applied science and math come alive through engineering design.

Texas Girls Collaborative Project >

A collection of free online resources for educators to help with online instruction and professional development.

Contact Information

Telephone: (713) 348-8211
Fax: (713) 348-3825
stem@rice.edu

Mailing Address

Office of STEM Engagement
Rice University
P.O. Box 1892, MS-7836
Houston, TX 77251-1892

Street Address

IBC Plaza Houston
5615 Kirby Dr.
Suite 730
Houston, TX 77005-2445