This Project-Based Learning unit begins with a field trip to a local pond to launch students into their project. Students will choose a topic that is important to them aimed to help preserve or protect the environment.
Multi-disciplinary distance learning lesson plans and activities reflecting the values, knowledge, and lifeways of Alaska Native peoples; and community videos section documenting and teaching Alaska Native traditions.
Dedicated to STEM education in Alaska, offering simulated space missions, STEM workshops, camps, virtual classes, and more!
The ACPE early college awareness programs and resources help Pre-K through eighth grade students explore their interests and open their minds to a multitude of college and career options.
Get ideas and tips to make this virtual kickoff event a success for you and your students’ families.
Alaska Seas and Watersheds teaching activities, developed by Alaska teachers, provide high-quality lesson plans and units. Complete and ready to use, aligned with Alaska state science standards.
Resource hub from the Smithsonian Magazine featuring in-depth explainers, basic virology lessons, virtual travel stories and historical analysis.
Tasks focused on engaging students in topical real-world learning scenarios, including infectious diseases and effects of a pandemic.
From assessment to practice, Writable helps schools organize their writing programs around research-backed instruction and feedback – for every teacher and student.
Resources for Parents and Educators with Students at Home. AASB has provided a list of online resources that can help, as well as numerous companies offering their platforms and materials for free. Updated frequently.