The NanoSchoolBox is a classroom kit which contains 14 experiments that help you understand the effects of nanotechnology.
TechNyou provides teachers with ready-to-use teaching modules designed to fit Australian curricula for middle and high school.
Provides experiments in nanoscience for high school classes developed by graduate students at the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) and the Materials Creation Training Program (MCTP).
Resources for educators developed by the University of Wisconsin MRSEC. (high school level)
Northwestern University’s module-based educational materials are hands-on, inquiry and design-based units for middle and high school students. Based on materials science and nanotechnology principles, this interdisciplinary approach engages students, adds relevance to traditional curriculum, and has been shown to improve science knowledge for all students.
This program offers courses and free workshops for middle school and high school teachers as well as online lesson plans.
A wide range of materials from the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN). NNIN provides lesson plans, resources for camps and classrooms, and teacher professional development opportunities.
Resources for middle and high school science teachers including hands-on activities and labs, an online course for teacher development and videos.These resources provide the opportunity to enrich classrooms with cutting edge developments in the field of nanotechnology.