The Afterschool Tech Toolkit aims to empower afterschool professionals and educators with strategies and training so they can provide students with powerful access to technology outside of classroom hours. This toolkit is for those… read more →
With over 100K resources, PBS LearningMedia is a great destination for educators to access high-quality, trusted digital content and solutions that will inspire youth and transform learning.
EverFi’s courses help educators engage students with powerful content and allow them to cultivate critical skills in areas of financial literacy, digital citizenship, STEM, health and wellness, entrepreneurship, civics and African American History. All courses are delivered through a digital platform and are accessible to students beginning as early as 4th grade.
Explore curriculum developed by Citizen Schools apprentices, covering topics such as: Science & Technology, Media & Journalism, Food & Health, Arts & Culture, Community Service, and more.
Raytheon believes that tomorrow’s engineers and technologists need to be excited by and interested in math today. MathMovesU®, an ever-expanding family of unique initiatives and key partnerships, connects with students from elementary school through college in order to address the STEM education crisis.
From virtual thrill rides, scholarships and sponsorships to special events, interactive experiences and national competitions, MathMovesU engages students with fun and dynamic content.
ExtendED Notes, formerly School-Age Notes, offers a free Note of the Week email for afterschool professionals. ExtendED Notes will equip you with the latest resources and information in a rapidly growing movement – one that expands learning throughout the day and across settings with rich, engaging activities. Subscribe to the ExtendED Note of the Week, a free e-mail sent to you each Friday that provides a programming tip, activity idea or grant or contest opportunity.
Engineering Adventures is a FREE curriculum created especially for elementary out-of-school time programs! Follow the adventurous duo India and Jacob around the world and solve real-life problems through the engineering design process.
National Geographic’s Education website has a multitude of resources for educators, including multimedia activities, lessons, and units aligned with national standards.
Smithsonian’s History Explorer offers hundreds of free, innovative online resources for teaching and learning American history. The site is designed for use by K-12 teachers and students, afterschool program providers, families, and individuals interested in lifelong learning.
iCivics is a free online curriculum aimed to prepare young Americans to become knowledgeable, engaged 21st century citizens including 16 educational video games as well as program materials for educators.