Developed by Designmate for iOS devices, the Eureka.in–NSES app enables students of different age ranges and with diverse interests, abilities, and experiences to achieve scientific and mathematical excellence even in abstract concepts such as the Structure of DNA, Complex Physical Laws, or Intricate Chemical Bonds. Each topic comprises a video with engaging 3D animations crafted to explore intangible intricacies involved within each concept. In addition, the app includes text that presents comprehensive descriptions to supplement learning at a personalized pace, a quiz for assessing students’ proficiency, an image that provides an essential frame of the concept on which to ruminate, and concise description of important terms in the topic. Costs: Free app, with in-app options at $7.99 per month for elementary, middle school, and high school
The Saxena Family Foundation awards grants and supports programs that have a particular focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and around empowering girls and young women so that they have equal rights later in life through literacy programs, jobs, and life-skills training.
Funded by the International Space Station National Lab, SciGirls in Space integrates space-themed role-model videos and genderequitable space-science-aligned activities for use in outreach programs. Among the resources for teachers is a gender-equity guide with six strategies on how to engage girls in STEM.