Flinn Scientific Offers Free Resources to Engage Students in At-Home Science Learning
Flinn Scientific, a flagship provider of science lab materials and safety and STEM solutions for the K-16 education market, is offering a robust collection of free resources to help teachers engage K-12 students in hands-on science learning. The new Flinn At-Home Science microsite features resources that were specifically curated to support teachers with facilitating at-home learning during school closures.
“With today’s extended school closures, we are dedicated to providing teachers with whatever resources we can to help science learning continue at home,” said Michael Lavelle, CEO of Flinn Scientific. “Flinn’s at-home science resources provide teachers with programs, activities, and lessons to help students stay engaged, motivated, and eager to learn while they are out of the classroom.”
Flinn Scientific’s free teacher resources include:
- Temporary, unrestricted access to Flinn Scientific’s unique digital learning solutions—including WhiteBox Learning, FlinnPREP, and Digital Dissection—to facilitate seamless science and engineering learning at home.
- Video-based lab experiments covering key scientific concepts that are conducted by Flinn’s scientific staff and broadcast online. During the broadcasts, a Flinn scientist will be available to answer questions from teachers and students viewing online.
- More than 50 easy-to-implement student activities that use commonly available materials found in most homes.
To learn more about Flinn Scientific’s free resources, visit https://www.flinnsci.com/athomescience.
About Flinn Scientific
Flinn Scientific supports STEM/STEAM educators in opening young minds to the challenges and joys of scientific discovery and the design thinking process. The leader in science education and lab supplies and safety, Flinn Scientific also provides learning systems and professional development that incorporate differentiated digital experiences with hands-on learning grounded in the real-world to help all students think critically, explore like scientists and engineers, and solve problems creatively so they are ready for college and careers in an increasingly technology-driven world.