STEM Smart Education News & Resources
COVID-19 and Online Learning
In response to the spread of COVID-19, an increasing number of schools are temporarily closing their doors and turning to online learning. Through our community of preK-12 education researchers we have gathered activities (online curriculum, modules, and/or simulations), tools (apps and general resources), as well as tips to support remote student learning or teacher professional development.
Featured Resources from the Toolkit
PhET Interactive Simulations
PhET Sims is a collection of 158 free interactive math and science simulations from University of Colorado Boulder. Engage students in math and science 
practices, and virtual labs, during remote learning. Find over 2,000 sim-based lessons under teacher resources.
Grade Level(s): Elementary, Middle, High, Undergraduate
Discipline(s): Mathematics, Science
eRebuild is a math learning game for students in grades 6-8. The game focuses on teaching the concepts of geometery and ratios and proportions through gameplay.

Grade Level(s): Middle
Discipline(s): Mathematics
Model My Watershed
Model My Watershed is a watershed-modeling web app that enables citizens, conservation practitioners, 
municipal decision-makers, educators, and students to analyze real land use and soil data in their neighborhoods and watersheds; model stormwater runoff and water-quality impacts using professional-grade models; and compare how different conservation or development scenarios could modify runoff and water quality.

Grade Level(s): High
Discipline(s): Science
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