STEM Resources

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One of the primary goals of the Center for STEM Education for Girls is to serve as a clearinghouse of information related to STEM education for girls.  If you know of additional resources that are not included in appropriate places on this website, please let us know

 

  • Making and Learning Institute @ Marymount:  http://making.marymountnyc.org
    • Celebrating innovative curriculum in innovative spaces, the Marymount School NYC is a leader in Maker Spaces and related curriculum
  • Million Women Mentors: https://www.millionwomenmentors.org/
    • Join the national effort to recruit one million women nationally to mentor females of all ages!  It's a great way to get your community involved.
  • Student Summer Opportunities                
    • This is a non-inclusive and growing list of summer opportunities for K-12 students.  Opportunities include programs that are both single-gender and coeducational.

 

 

  • Research Summaries
    • The Center for STEM Education for Girls is eager to help make university-level research available to the busy classroom K-12 classroom teacher or university professor.  Here you find brief summaries of published research related to women in STEM – and practical classroom suggestions of how to implement them in your classroom.  You can always follow the hyperlink to the original article if you want to read more.

 

  • Website Resources
    • This page summarizes and highlights many STEM websites that may be of use to you.

 

  • Other Resources
    • Other helpful STEM websites are found here as well as links to the major magazines and journals of interest to STEM teachers.  A list of STEM competitions that your students may want to enter is given here, too.