CryptoClub uses mathematics from the middle school curriculum as students explore cryptography through games and informal activities that involve secret messages.
The resources can be used by teachers in elective classes or afterschool activities. The resources include an interactive website.
The National Museum of Mathematics offers virtual field trips for K-12 classes. Topics include geometry, probability, and cryptography.
Science from Scientists provides lessons and programs developed and delivered by trained scientists. They focus on elementary and middle school grades.
There are a few football-themed science and math activities on the New England Patriots Hall of Fame page. Scroll down to find them.
New Teacher Center is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving student learning by guiding a new generation of educators. They help teachers and students overcome challenges by providing all educators with the support and resources necessary to succeed from their first day to their last. By focusing on teachers, students succeed. They provide a webinar series and online community to achieve this goal.
This is a free online course offered by Mass DOE in partnership with EVERFI. It is an interactive program for exploring STEM careers for middle school students (grades 6-9). These lesson plans enable learners to engage with interactive content that reinforces key STEM skills while discovering some of the exciting STEM opportunities that await.
A free online program at the Mass DOE site, offered in partnership with EVERFI, this unit teaches math and science concepts through the sport of hockey, exposing students to STEM concepts through real-world applications. This unite is for grades 4-7.
This page lists past webinars and links to subscribe to new webinars. The webinars are from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and The McAuliffe Center of Framingham State University. The offerings include STEM subject-based sessions as well as sessions addressing the challenges of virtual learning.
PhET is a repository of simulation activities in Math and Science. This page lists translations of some of these activities into 93 languages.