Materials from the National Nano Infrastructure Network (NNIN) supported by NSF (high school and middle school level)
NSF-funded program offers courses and free workshops for middle school and high school teachers as well as online lesson plans.
Northwestern university’s module-based educational materials (high school level)
Resources for educators developed by the University of Wisconsin MRSEC, supported by NSF (high school level)
A repository for teaching materials managed by the National Center for Learning and Teaching in Nanoscale Science and Engineering supported by NSF (high school level)
AccessNano provides teachers with ready-to-use teaching modules designed to fit Australian curricula for middle and high school.
Teaching units on nanoscale science and technology including background materials directions and assessments.
Nanooze is a magazine to get kids excited about science and especially nanotechnology; the magazine and www.nanooze.org website has been created by the Cornell Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility, a project of the National Nanoscale Infrastructure Network (NNIN) with support from the National Science Foundation. Printed copies of Nanooze magazine are available free for classroom teachers!
Please email your request for copies to firstname.lastname@example.org - website available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.