STEAM in Education
Power up STEAM with NASA and project-based learning.
Your road map to STEAM projects
Discover creative ideas for blending arts with science, technology, engineering and math with project ideas and best practices in the book STEAM Power by Tim Needles.
The NASA STEAM Innovation Lab brings together NASA scientists, engineers and educators to explore and develop ideas related to space science in a variety of learning environments.
Explore STEM videos, activities, experiments and data sets that allow your students to learn real-world science in the classroom or on their own.
The best way to learn about science is to do science. Participate in STEM research with some citizen science projects to help scientists unravel the mysteries of the universe.
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Students in Ashley Chassard’s science class at Menchville High School in Newport News, Virginia, are involved in real-world research to discover if estrogen can prevent degradation of neurons in the brain that is associated with Parkinson’s disease.
Giving children the tools to succeed in a rapidly changing technology-based economy is the key to ensuring their future success.
Crayola’s CreatED workshops get learners thinking about the concepts that power technology in a tactile, hands-on way, even when they’re not using any.
Find free ready-made STEM lessons that allow students to explore the topics they are curious about — from sharks and circuits to life aboard the International Space Station.
Connect brings together education change agents from around the world to share STEAM lessons and resources, get answers to questions and share best practices.