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Links & Resources

Links & Resources

For Middle Girls

  • EdHeads
    Hands-on activities to predict and report the weather.
  • Kinetic City
    This fun site has games and interactive science activities.
  • Math Cats
    Join the Math Cats in a land of creative, open-ended math explorations!
  • Cool Math
    An amusement park of math designed for fun! Bored with math? Confused by math? Hate math? Yeah, Coolmath can fix that.
  • Girl Tech
    Games and girl tech stuff with links for parents and schools.
  • The Adventures of Josie True
    Join Josie as she travels back in time to rescue her inventor-turned- teacher Ms. Trombone! Over 11 cool science, math, + technology games in this internet adventure for girls!
  • Science is Fun!
    Use the links on this site to discover the fun and excitement of science in everyday activities and special projects.

For High School Girls

For Teachers, Counselors & Parents

  • Project Lead the Way
    PLTW contains information on a high school program that is designed to introduce high school students to the scope, rigor, and discipline of engineering fields.
  • The Visual Realization Program
    practice-based professional development program integrated with digital imagery authoring technology and curricula models.
  • Making Science Make Sense
    This site contains a free guide to sharing science with children.
  • Learner.org
    Teacher resources and teacher professional development programming for K-12 teachers FREE through our satellite channel and Video On Demand.
  • Math Archives
    Internet sites which contain significant collections of materials which can be used in the teaching of mathematics at the K-12 level and lesson plans can be found on this site.
  • National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
    A digital library containing Java applets and activities for K-12 mathematics.
  • Making Science Make Sense
    A free guide to sharing science with children.
  • Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams
    Aims to excite high school students about science, technology, engineering, entreprenuership and invention; empower students through problem solving; and encourage a sustainable culture of invention in schools and communities.
  • The Internet for Girls: Connecting Girls With Math, Science and Technology
    Donna Woodka's online version of her not yet published book regarding girls and computer science.
  • Campbell-Kibler Associates, Inc.
    For the past 25 years Dr. Patricia B. Campbell of Campbell-Kibler Associates has been doing research and evaluation to increase gender and race equity in math, science and technology education. Results of her work can be found on this website with important links and information to related topics.
  • National Center for Technological Literacy
    Located in the Museum of Science in Boston, MA. Includes resources on encouraging girls in STEM fields
  • American Computer Science League
    ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for junior and senior high school students.

General Interest

  • Try Science
    This site includes resources and hands on activities.
  • Trivia Cafe
    On this site, you can stimulate your brain with a wide variety of trivia questions.
  • I was wondering
    "A curious look at Women's Adventures in Science" developed by the National Academy of Sciences.
  • Tech Bridge
    Visit the Research and Resource section for statistics, publications and links to other great websites for girls and technology.
  • Expanding Your Horizons
    The national site for Expanding Your Horizons has networking, conferences and resource information.
  • Math Moves U
    Find out how math moves celebrities and how it can move you too!
  • Sally Ride Science
    This organization was founded by former astronaut Sally Ride to encourage and support girls' interest in science, mathematics and technology. Their website provides a variety of resources designed to help girls excel and to sustain their interest. These include: The Sally Ride Science Club, Community Science Festivals, and Space Camp Adventures.
  • The Ada Project (TAP)
    The Ada Project (TAP) is a clearinghouse for information and resources related to women in computing. TAP serves primarily as a collection of links to other online resources, rather than as an archive. TAP includes information on conferences, projects, disucssion groups and organizations, fellowships and grants, notable women in Computer Science, and other electronically accessible sites.

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