Science and Tech

Pitsco - STEM at home - grades  k - 9 https://resources.pitsco.com/stem-at-home?utm_campaign=STEM%20at%20Home&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=85316498&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9KhDvHDfIUBg8Ya2WX5mKaS-KAmZY908LAPGjNzdF3-iRH1x471fxt3TiBGk99lhi0K6ncDxgcZBs-UW7CgtE-4SozhVzfbg4ZeU0HJieeS0vKFWI&_hsmi=85316498

Philip Morrison Powers of Ten 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ww4gYNrOkkg 

The film begins with an overhead view of a man and woman picnicking in a park at the Chicago lakefront — a one-meter- square overhead image of the figures on a blanket surrounded by food and books they brought with them, one of them being The Voices of Time by J. T. Fraser. The viewpoint, accompanied by expository voiceover by Philip Morrison, then slowly zooms out to a view ten meters across (or 101 m in scientific notation). The zoom-out continues (at a rate of one power of ten per 10 seconds), to a view of 100 meters (102 m) then 1 kilometer (103 m) (where we see the entirety of Chicago), and so on, increasing the perspective and continuing to zoom out to a field of view of 10 24 meters, or the size of the observable universe. The camera then zooms back in at a rate of a power of ten per 2 seconds to the picnic, and then slows back down to its original rate into the man's hand, to views of negative powers of ten—10−1 m (10 centimeters), and so forth, revealing a skin cell and zooming in on it—until the camera comes to quarks in a proton of a carbon atom at 10−16 meter.[1] 

Newton's Laws of Motion 

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=you+tube+newtons+laws+of+motionm&&view=detail&mid=CA0F9B41D7A468731F24CA0F9B41D7A468731F24&&FORM=VRDGAR&ru=%2Fvideos%2Fsearch%3Fq%3Dyou%2520tube%2520newtons%2520laws%2520of%2520motionm%26qs%3Dn%26form%3DQBVR%26sp%3D-1%26pq%3Dyou%2520tube%2520newtons%2520laws%2520of%2520motionm%26sc%3D1- 32%26sk%3D%26cvid%3DDB58414A32434F0AB561AB1B3C595433

Smithsonian Air and Space Museum
https://airandspace.si.edu/learn?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=ad&utm_campaign=k12resources&fbclid=IwAR17BQP6JJpKHkgNAkwIsoeIhH3pd5-mwbrJkKLIdLdaDDxgNDVMMj06dj4

Robot build - Challenge Robots Introduction
https://www.nationalgeographic.org/interactive/challenge-robots/

National Geographic - Variety of Topics - GRADE 3-5
https://www.nationalgeographic.org/topics/upper-elementary-resources-remote-learning/?q=&page=1&per_page=25

National Geographic - Variety of Topics - GRADE 6-12 
https://www.nationalgeographic.org/topics/middlehigh-school-resources-remote-learning/?q=&page=2&per_page=25

Discovery Channel Tours of various places - Scroll down to "Search" and click on the down arrow to the left to find topics. Teacher can find help by following the "Virtual Learning Page" link
https://www.discoveryeducation.com/community/virtual-field-trips/                                                           

Discovery Channel - a wide variety of topics including some of the pandering shows but has links to some astronomy stuff listed below.  https://www.discovery.com/

https://www.discovery.com/science/stuck-at-home--try-looking-up-
https://www.discovery.com/science/get-celestial-with-lowell-observatory-live-
https://www.discovery.com/exploration/all-of-the-places-on-the-web-where-you-catch-live-content-from-a                             

EarshSky.org  - Lots of astronomy stuff including date specific events
https://earthsky.org/space/                                                      

Space.com - lots of space stuff but I would click on Space Flight and Science and Astronomy in the dark blue banner at the top.
https://www.space.com/comet-atlas-may-be-brightenting.html                                                                                          

A link to 11 other virtual tours of Science Museums  - This is preview and  ad for 11 museums and the links are normal text underlined in brown. https://interestingengineering.com/11-science-and-tech-museums-you-can-tour-virtually.

Scholastic  31 Best Field Trips  - A link to 31 Virtual Field Tours - some better than other. More towards history, and social sciences    https://www.weareteachers.com/best-virtual-field-trips/     

CNN - The title says it all - a short article

Coronavirus lockdowns have changed the way Earth moves

Discover e - All sorts of science stuff - You can search by topic. Notice Aerospace is one of the topics on the right.

http://www.discovere.org/our-activities?fbclid=IwAR3gpDVpZDceGaqEX-838YWhA0YRJLri3nqF0wVV0MNPtNwCTW861uxyXbg

HowStuffWorks This is my "Go To' resource as it explains thousands of topics, ranging from the flu to black holes to conspiracy theories, with video and illustrations so you can learn how... https://www.howstuffworks.com/

STEM Activities for everyone: https://www.sciencebuddies.org/stem-activities?gclid=CjwKCAjw7LX0BRBiEiwA__gNw8dCklh8FmMeSf0lo8OEXC5gvigyJC048ytDWYlGblP2W4xXdfE2mRoCyIIQAvD_BwE

Free STEM curricula access for school districts:  https://www.jason.org/?gclid=CjwKCAjw7LX0BRBiEiwA__gNwzLaRop8A7TqMSBhzUxbX_z4TKHvwNpKXybJMPp9RV5-ewmDcwWHfxoCkdQQAvD_BwE

NASA Aerospace Activities, Lessons, and useful links:  https://www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/aeroact.htm

Sites.google.com A list of websites on lots of topics - lots of overlap but some great new sources.     https://sites.google.com/a/wawg.cap.gov/2012_www/wing-staff/aerospace-education/online-resources