General STEM Educator Resources

We want to support our teachers as many transition to virtual classrooms, and have provided a listing of remote learning resources below that will be updated as additional resources become available. 
Remote Learning Resources
The STEM Activities & Labs resource has been developed to provide an additional support for middle school and high school teachers. It is comprised of a selection of hands-on activities and labs for students to investigate concepts within Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Engineering and Computer Science.  Activities have been selected for their cost-effectiveness and ability to teach scientific concepts with minimal time investment.
STEM Activities Packet

Each activity description includes:

 - Summary
 - Lesson objectives
 - Approximate set-up time
 - Approximate classroom time
 - Difficulty level
 - Link to the digital resource
This resource also includes activities that explore scientific inquiry and experimental design, instructions for improvised laboratory equipmentchemical substitutions, and STEM career resources.
Available for viewing and download at:


Below you can find resources that teachers have sent us to share with fellow teachers.
Have any materials you'd like to share with colleagues? Send us your resource links for consideration for posting to this site!
Bruce Yeany's "YeanyScience"  (YouTube)
8th Grade Physical Science Teacher, Annville-Cleona Secondary School, PA
Chris Moran's "CuriousMoranland" (YouTube)
Biology Teacher, Lake Braddock Secondary School, VA

Below you will find links to resources of possible interest provided to us by fellow STEM education groups/organizations. Please reach out to them directly if you have any questions.
Resources from AstraZeneca/MedImmune
Helpful Guides from Affordable Colleges Online
Graduate Resources for Women in STEM -


Below you will find links to the 34th Annual Research Science Institute – Distinguished Guest Lecture Series videos
Nobel Laureate Dr. Eric Maskin, the Adams University Professor in the Department of Economics at Harvard University speaks on how to improve presidential elections.
Dr. Jagadeesh Pamulapati, Director of Labs in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense speaks on the intersection of STEM research and the Department of Defense.
Nobel Laureate Dr. Wolfgang Ketterle, the John D. MacArthur Professor of Physics at MIT and Director of the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms speaks about the Physics of Light and Super Cold Atoms.
Dr. Pardis Sabeti, An Institute Member of the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, Howard Hughes Investigator and Professor at the Center for Systems Biology and Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University and the Department of Immunology and Infectious Disease at the Harvard School of Public Health speaks on transforming outbreak response in the genomic age.