It’s times like this when the power and the value of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice (SLECoP) becomes very visible. Thanks to STEM Learning Ecosystems, you can practice Marshmallow Catapults, Building a Rube Goldberg Machine, and more! The SLECoP is organizing a series of webinars for parents, educators, school administrators and anyone who have students in their care. These webinars are intended to help them with practical tips they can employ for how to keep their children engaged and learning with STEM at Home.
Stuck at home? Everyone climbing the walls? Well, Sci-Port’s here to try to help you fill the time with some quality programs and activities. Each weekday afternoon on Facebook we will be reading to your young children, hosting planetarium shows and activities you can do at home, or posting virtual tours to all the behind-the-scenes areas you haven’t seen before!
Follow along with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory! They have engineering, technology and science virtual programming for K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12.
Zoom is an American live-action children's entertainment series for ages eight and up, created almost entirely by children. It originally aired on PBS from January 4, 1999 to May 6, 2005. It was a remake of the 1972 TV series of the same name. Both versions were produced by WGBH-TV in Boston. Zoom also aired on the Canadian version of Discovery Kids. Each of 170 different 30 minute videos is available here.