Please visit our MESA Activity Downloads page for the 37 STEM Grab & Go partner activities and the MESA At-Home Spring 2020 Weekly Packets!
Climate change can be interwoven into many school subjects: Science, Environmental Studies, Language Arts, Theater, Social Studies, Digital Media, Civics, and more. Teachers can create opportunities to empower students in a wide variety of ways.
Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School Closings.
CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.
Future Students: FREE @ Home Activities, Learn to Code, STEM games, College Classes, Virtual Field Trips, etc.
Learn about our local water issues with these national award winning outreach and education programs.
The Albuquerque Astronomical Society has its own private observatory, frequent educational outreach events, and the camaraderie of amateur astronomers. Connect with them to bring a telescope to your campus and share the science of the electromagnetic system, solar system scales and MORE!
Programs include on-grounds field trips, classroom programs and community events. They feature live animals, hands-on activities and professional staff interactions.
Partnering with NM PBS, APS is broadcasting student lessons during the COVID-19 crisis. Daily TV and web content for K-5 students (8am-12pm).
Advisors - The Asombro Institute has partnered with the USDA to create engaging FREE 6-12th grade climate curriculum.
Albuquerque Teachers Federation (ATF) Dial-a-Teacher is a friendly and free homework help service. Just call 505-344-3571 or email email@example.com.
Advisors - This movie, (also showing on Sundays in the Albuquerque Aquarium theater) which your school can host a screening of, highlights the journey and conclusion of plastics in the ocean. Includes an online curriculum guide with activities.
Science, education, and stewardship of the Rio Grande and its watershed through long-term, hands-on student research of ecosystem response and function to inform public policy.