Looking for activities and workshops to engage your students, more curriculum options, or professional development programs? Check out all of the resources that local organizations offer educators in the region.
April 3 - May 2, 2021
All middle school girls - grades 5-8 (ages 10–15) - are invited to apply. During the once-a-week virtual meetings, they will learn about biochemical, aerospace, civil, and software engineering. Our teachers and speakers will be experienced female engineers and tech leaders.
Beyond those sessions, you will also do fun activities with other girls online. You will be able to meet girls from different states and even countries! Your family and teachers will also get access to online resources and information sessions about how to support you in STEM!
For many parents, teachers and students, back-to-school routines look a little different this year. Whether you're a teacher searching for lesson-planning content or a parent looking for activities to supplement classroom instruction, these five U.S. National Science Foundation-supported STEM education resources are perfect for virtual learning.
The Williams College Center for Learning in Action has some really fantastic videos up on our website (featuring Williams College students) that are fun for kids and grownups alike! Check out our read alouds, Zoom Around the World series, mindfulness and art, and more...spread the word!
For the love of STEM, General Dynamics Mission Systems employees and interns have come together and created CAMP GD, a virtual lab packed with fun science experiments suitable for all ages. Click on the video title to see a complete list of materials needed for each experiment. Happy Camping! ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED
The Berkshire Museum is a museum of art and science whose mission is to make inspiring educational connections in the community. They have succeeded in bringing together the Berkshire community with their many educational activities, workshops, and school visits that benefit students and teachers alike.
MassBioEd is a nonprofit whose mission is to grow and develop talent in Massachusetts’ sustainable life sciences workforce. They offer professional development programs, on-site mentoring, grants and awards, and curriculum to benefit all life sciences educators in the state.
The Network was created to:
The RSRC helps educators from all over Berkshire county to implement more inquiry-based, student-centered science in all classrooms and activities by providing ongoing technical support, access to materials, and equipment. All of our supplies and equipment support the implementation of the Massachusetts Curriculum in Science and Technology/Engineering for K-12 students.
All of the supplies and materials within the RSRC are available at no charge to educators within our STEM Pipeline Network.