Take a look at computing’s origins, because even though our digital computers are relatively new, the need for computation is not. (Grades 9-12)
These programs are correlated with the Alabama Course of Study and, with accompanying Teacher Guides, support the teaching of K–12 academic requirements for science, history, social studies, geography and environmental education.
The Alabama Wildlife Rehabilitation Center work with sick and injured birds until they are ready to be released back into the wild. Learn about wild birds of Alabama and the process of wildlife rehabilitation.
San Diego Zoo presents a series of short videos all about animals.
Video resources for students, parents, and teachers to inspire and cultivate a diverse pool of exceptional STEM talent to enrich the DoD workforce and to meet defense technological challenges. (Grades 6-12+)
A web series designed for 6th-12th grade students to spark interest in STEM related careers.
While we enjoy Thanksgiving dinner here on Earth with friends and family, the astronauts on the ISS are enjoying one too! (Grades 3-8)
Learn about how things are made by studying the concepts of manufacturing. Explore the manufacturing process, history, and how manufacturing has changed over the years.
These videos cover topics in K-12 mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, finance and art history.
These four videos appropriate for children pre-K through early elementary school were produced in partnership with the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
APT and McWane Science Center presents a series of videos all about water for grades 3-12.
The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology presents this series of videos including segments on DNA Basics, Variation, and Personalized Medicine.
Videos for teachers, students, and science fans about scientists and engineers in the US Dept. of Defense who create new technologies - from lasers to flying robots to computers that think and talk. (Grades 4-12+)