Communities of Practice
Too many teachers work in silos. SLL offers opportunities for you to meet and interact with your colleagues. We offer informal gatherings, as well as structured events around a specific subject, grade level, lesson plan, or equipment item.
Contact us to request a new event to meet your specific needs.
General Community Resources
You are busy! We want to make your life a little easier, so we compiled a listing of STEM education resources. Everything from field trips, to professional development opportunities, to small grants for your classroom.
Contact us to share an opportunity that we may have missed.
COVID-19 Resource Guide
Extracurricular Student Activities
STEM Library Lab News
Today, a plan 7 years in the making comes to fruition. In 2013, I read a statistic that said the majority of students graduate high school having never completed a nonfiction text. When I searched this morning it on google, I came up dry but did find these scary stats...read more
Many of the teachers we work with voice that they are struggling to make science hands-on and inquiry-based while remote or hybrid teaching. But I have this vision for virtual science classrooms. I was a physics teacher, so I’ll give you a physics example, but it can...read more
A confession: I am one of those people who excessively repeats things I hear on NPR. Last year, Mark Lloyd’s efforts to provide portable toilets to homeless Seattleites included the quote “If you have moral clarity, you aren't in deep enough.” Which I love. Or...read more