Missouri educators are on the front line in the battle to improve the state's student performance in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Research has shown that a skilled teacher can make a decisive difference in the achievement of students from all backgrounds in math and science. Providing educators with best practices, ideas and opportunities to bring STEM to life in the classroom is an important part of the Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition.

What resources are available for my classroom?

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Missouri DESE Afterschool Program News & Notes Grants for math, science and health-related afterschool programs.
Personal Finance Course Sponsored by the Bank of America Foundation Are you responsible for teaching your high school’s Personal Finance course? e-Learning for Educators now offers an online professional development course to assist you in finding the resources you need to effectively teach Personal Finance.
eThemes eThemes is a searchable database of high-quality websites for educators and students. The database includes many "themes" on METS subject areas at all grade levels, as well as "Teacher Tips" on themes such as "Inquiry-Based Learning" and "Common Science Misconceptions."
eLearning for Educators  A new Missouri program to provide educators with online professional development in a variety of subject areas including content to help teachers with METS subjects. The courses are short (6-7 weeks) and low-cost. Scholarships are available.
The National Science Digital Library A national database of material for math, engineering, technology and science educators.
The K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Center Provides information to help K-12 administrators and teachers make informed decisions on which mathematics curriculum to select for their classrooms. Resources are also available on the site to help educators connect math research to practical applications. 
National Sciences Resource Center Parents and students can find science activities and teachers can find research-based science curriculum and professional development on this website.
Full Option Science System Research-based science modules for grades K-8 created by the Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California at Berkeley.




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