Please visit our MESA Activity Downloads page for the 37 STEM Grab & Go partner activities and the MESA At-Home Spring 2020 Weekly Packets!
Discover: create your own science adventure. You don’t need a license or permission to practice science and there's is no age limit!
Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities.
The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin is the first university-backed coding boot camp in the state of Texas. With the rising demand for web development skills across industries, our course was designed to prepare students with the knowledge they need to tap into today’s digital economy.
The Desert Oasis Teaching Gardens inspire action today and plant seeds of hope for tomorrow by cultivating resilience to climate uncertainty through teaching ecological restoration and food production gardening; implementing and evaluating desert-adapted agriculture; unifying the power of innovative technologies with the strength of New Mexico’s diverse cultural heritage; and demonstrating respect and reverence for nature and humanity.
'The Story of Copper' is an interactive educational program for students grades 6-12 that uncovers the use of metals such as copper in our everyday life, and provides students a deeper understanding of today’s hard rock mining industry.
Explore lesson plans, contests, puzzles and games for K-12.
For Girls - The EngineerGirl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women.
Explora offers 207 interactive Explorations programs, bench-marked to the New Mexico State Educational Standards, to schools, home schools, and educational groups.
Browse activities, apps, videos & websites.
Bring fractals to your school, organization or event! We teach about fractals in schools, with special groups and at public events.
Learn and share more about water.
For Girls - Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.