Our curriculum for Atoms and Molecules and DNA and Proteins convey concepts found in the Next Generation Science Standards. Our STEM Enrichment Modules are project-based and seek to deepen a middle school students' understanding of STEM concepts.
Guidelines for Use and Distribution of MIT Edgerton Center Curriculum Materials
These materials are copyrighted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. STEM Enrichment Modules are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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These materials can be adapted by individual teachers for their classroom, but the alterations to the MIT Edgerton Center materials cannot be redistributed beyond your school or host organization.
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