About the Program - For Students
About the Program - For Parents
Resources & Activities
Scratch 3.0: Explore the Math Inside Games
Video games and apps use x-y axis coordinates
Computer programs use math expressions, equations, variables, functions and more!
Explore some Scratch 3.0 games and tutorials (click here)
- Click SEE INSIDE to remix any game
- Click the GREEN FLAG to run
- Have fun!
VidCode: Math is behind the scene, even for a science concept
Change the numbers inside the program, see how it changes the visual too!
It's all about the numbers behind the scenes
Step through the Plastic Pollution activity
Code a movie using Java Script
Make your voice heard with code
Click VidCode to launch
Quickdraw: The Science of Robots and Machine Learning
Can you teach a machine to learn? One growing application for science is machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI)
With Quickdraw, add your drawings to the data and help a machine to "learn"
Click Quickdraw to launch
Start by drawing 6 doodles
Race the clock to test the machine
See how many drawings the machine can figure out
Explore other doodles!
Music Lab Experiments: The Science of Sound
Open-source web technologies that let us create and share art and music.
Experiments are built with freely accessible web technologies
Click Music Lab experiments to launch
Explore and build new interactive music experiences by making your own music
PhET: Interactive Science Simulations Created with HTML 5
Artists and designers work with code and visuals to create models and simulations
Science concepts "come alive" online
Click PhET to launch
Find a science or math simulation
Interact with it, explore how it works
Does a visual help you learn the concept better?