Math and Science Resources
Many resources for the Kentucky Academic Standards are linked here. Click on the topic to the left for a complete list.
Standards Implementation Guides from KDE - released January 2020
Comprehensive STEM conferences calendar (outside of KY)
The future of STEM report: http://www.air.org/system/files/downloads/report/STEM-2026-Vision-for-Innovation-September-2016.pdf
Appalachian Science Inititative Shows Long Term Results - Article from UKNow
Resources for Current & Future STEM Educators:
STEM careers, diversity resources, and scholarships
Free STEM Resources
Through the support of Lockheed Martin's K-12 education initiative, Engineers in the Classroom, First Book and Lockheed Martin are partnering to bring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) educational resources to school and community programs serving children in need.
'Kentucky on iTunes U' Now Available with Free P-20 Educational Content
The new learning platform is a collaboration among the University of Kentucky College of Education, the Kentucky Department of Education and Kentucky Educational Television (KET).
Spark 101: Interactive Videos
Engage high school students in real-world problems and highlight inspiring science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers using the videos at www.spark101.org. In each video, a STEM professional presents a problem and potential solutions for students to explore.
What makes up an average human life today and how everything we do has impact on the world around us. In a playful, surprising and thought-provoking portrait of our time on earth, National Geographic demonstrates, in a series of remarkable visuals, what makes up an average human life today and how everything we do has impact on the world around us. In this unique journey through life, it shows all the people you will ever know, how much waste you will produce, the amount of fuel you'll consume and how much you've got to pack in during your 2,475,526,000 seconds on earth. It is a 92 minute movie.
STEM fields video from the University of Kentucky's STEM Education Lab