Our top resources for science and technology educators.
(Grade 6-12) Documentary film series that delivers the beauty and wonder of the natural world. The site also provides teachers a great number of educational materials including educator guides and video enhanced lessons.
(Grades 5-8) This series showcases bright, curious girls putting science and engineering to work as they answer questions and make unexpected discoveries in the world around them.
(Grades 5-12) An award-winning online resource for students to unravel issues and make informed decisions about water quality, genetic energy, environmental sustainability, and future sources of energy.
(Grades 6-12) NOVA Labs is a new digital platform where "citizen scientists" can actively participate in the scientific process.
(Grades 3-8) Increase students' knowledge of engineering and the design process through this series that aims to get its viewers excited about designing, engineering, and using creativity to solve real-world problems. Website offers videos, lesson plans, and activity guides.
(Grades K-3) Wild Kratts helps teach students natural history and age-appropriate science by building on their natural interest in animals while developing and strengthening basic skills of observation and investigation.
(Grade 6-12) The innovative news magazine designed to help learners keep up with advances in science and technology.
(Grades 7-12) America Revealed is full of engaging learning opportunities for students. The episodes look at four important areas of America’s infrastructure: Food, Transport, Energy and Manufacturing. Use the videos and interactive content tools to delve deeper into the show's thought provoking themes.