Current Year Program Information
Welcome, SNHS educators! Use this page to find programmatic updates, extra resources, and important forms.
In-Flight Space Event and Lesson for Your Classroom
On October 2, Society for Science’s educators and students participated in an Earth-to-space video call with Expedition 63 Commander Chris Cassidy of NASA, aboard the International Space Station. Watch the video with your students and create a lesson using our resources!
Connect Your Students with Society Alumni
Provide access to STEM role models for your students and make connections to the professional scientific community by connecting your classroom with a Society alum! Society alumni now pursuing degrees or careers in STEM have expressed a desire to give back to their communities and inspire more students in STEM. Set up a virtual classroom visit with one of them by filling out this interest form.
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Latest Educator Guides
When fans are away, home teams lose their sway
In this guide, students will learn about scientific research into bias in sporting events that was made possible by the coronavirus pandemic. Then, students will define and discuss the role of questions in the scientific method before brainstorming a scientific question of their own.
Earth Cannot Avoid a Warmer Future
In this guide, students will learn about a United Nations assessment that concludes human-caused climate change is behind extreme weather events. Then, students will discuss and compare climate scenarios and visualize some of the data.
Sea Level Dips Spur Volcanic Eruptions
In this guide, students will learn about how scientists used a computer simulation to show that sea level might influence volcanic eruptions. Then, students will discuss computer simulations and brainstorm a simulation that they could use to investigate a real-world issue.