SPORE Prize Results
View the winning websites of the Science Prize for Online Resources in Education (SPORE).
We hope that readers will value in this compilation of winning SPORE Prize essays plus related editorial content.
Doing your best on the Web requires attending to search engines, answering hard questions, and making cybertools accessible to a broad audience.
A curriculum resource designed around interactive computer-based modeling brings computational physics to students of all levels.
The next generation of STEM innovators interacts with practicing scientists, mathematicians, and each other.
The Earth Exploration Toolbook provides instructions on accessing and analyzing Earth science data to explore scientific concepts and issues.
Crowd-sourced efforts and online educational resources are able to multiply the impact of astronomy outreach and education.
Students and teachers have free online access to an electron microscope in order to explore the world of insects.
Computational experiments based on solving fundamental physics equations bring authentic science to the classroom.
A YouTube project, started on impulse, has become a chemistry resource in daily use in classrooms and homes worldwide.
An innovative nonprofit enables scientists to present inspiring project ideas based on their own research to K–12 students parents, and teachers.