Are you teaching or doing outreach remotely? Here are some resources to navigate online teaching!
The MIT +K12 project seeks to change the perception of engineers and scientists in society and improve STEM education at the K-12 level by making MIT an accessible “experiential partner” for K-12 educators.
MIT students generate short (5 minute) videos to complement the work those educators are already doing in their classrooms.
C-MORE (an NSF Science and Technology Center) is comprised of 6 partner institutions, including Woods Hole and MIT. C-MORE's research mission focuses on microbial oceanography, but its education mission is much broader. C-MORE science kits are hands-on "labs in a box" on various topics in oceanography. Anyone can borrow these kits free of charge. Click here to request a kit or to view the materials online.
COSEE has several centers around the country, including New England. Each center is a consortium of ocean science research institutions, informal science education organizations, and formal education entities. They have extensive resources for educators and scientists centered around different topics, from hurricanes to ocean acidification.