Environmental STEM Resources

This page lists many of the sources our teachers and staff use to supplement their lessons with environmental science, technology, engineering and math content.

Supplemental Curriculum Sources

Everglades Literacy Program

The Everglades Literacy Program empowers the next generation of conservation stewards by investing in teachers to drive cultural change within schools for the benefit of local and ecological communities.

Award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators, parents, and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12.

Develop and deliver water education resources, organize special water events, manage a worldwide network of local implementing partners and advocate for the role of water education in solving the world's most pressing water issues.

Project WILD's mission is to provide wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources.


Founded in 2008 by principals, superintendents, and teachers, GSNN is devoted to accelerating student achievement through the implementation of green, healthy, and sustainable practices as outlined in our GreenPrint® for Green, Healthy, and Sustainable Schools.

"Connecting communities & scientists across the globe with maps, apps & drones."

STEAM Outreach

Maps, Apps & Drones Tour


The group’s goal is to connect scientists and society through the use of geo-spatial technologies to make science more accessible and responsive to community concerns.

TED Talks to watch with Kids

Fun, informative and captivating talks to inspire young minds.

Earth School

All ages can enjoy 30 Days of nature-focused content and environmental adventures

UF Thompson Earth Science Institute (TESI)

FL Museum

Scientist in Every Classroom

"The Smithsonian, through the Smithsonian Science Education Center, plays an active role in sparking students' and teachers' interest in STEM to ensure a scientifically literate global citizenry." - Dr. Carol O'Donnell, Director of the Science Center

South Florida Eco-Art

Art in Action- Climate Education

Xavier Cortada’s social art practice engages communities in addressing societal and environmental concerns.