New NIH-Wide Resource for K-12 Educators

A dark blue background with large colorful letters in the title. Under the title “STEM Teaching Resources,” the text reads “innovative NIH-funded content to engage K-12 students in health science.” In the bottom corners, are a green bar with the website “” and the NIGMS logo.

Attention, educators! We’re announcing a new clearinghouse of free STEM education resources covering a wide range of health and biomedical research topics for students in grades K through 12. The STEM teaching resources website provides links to great content from various institutes and centers within NIH, as well as materials developed under the NIGMS Science Education Partnership Award program.

The resources are easy to navigate within the following subject areas:

  • Being a Scientist
  • The Brain & Mental Health
  • Diseases & Conditions
  • Drug Use & Addiction
  • The Environment & Human Health
  • Genetics
  • Healthy Living
  • The Human Body
  • Molecules & Cells
  • Scientific Tools & Methods
On a blue background, white text reads “Stem Teaching Resources” at the top, and images and descriptions from example curriculum materials are on the scroll bar. Below are all the labels for the various subject area categories.
Screenshot of the new science education resources homepage.

We hope this website will be a useful tool for you as you bring STEM materials into your classroom. Be sure to check back for updates because we’ll be adding new content as it becomes available. We’d love to hear how you’re using these resources, so feel free to leave a comment below!

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