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DonorsChoose.org STEM Lab, supported by AT&T

$184,876 given to projects
957
Funded projects
113,386
Students helped
673
Schools served
781
Teachers supported

Welcome to the DonorsChoose.org STEM Lab, supported by AT&T! The STEM Lab is a platform for teachers to look for ideas, to create innovative classroom projects, and to bring resources to students that reinforce career-readiness and real-world application through hands-on learning. Through the Lab, AT&T is doubling donations for projects that focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Each month, the most innovative classroom projects will be eligible to receive additional funding.

Grant Criteria:

  • Only requests submitted after 3/4/19 will be considered.
  • AT&T will match donations to projects costing 1,000 (about $850 in materials cost).
  • Projects submitted in the following subject areas will be considered: Math & Science (applied sciences and mathematics only).
  • Educators should use campaign code ATTSTEMLAB when creating a project.
  • Curious if your project was selected for additional funding? See below! Projects with a 5x match offer indicate that they were selected.
  • Projects will be reviewed for additional funding on a monthly basis at the end of the month.
  • After you submit your project share your innovative ideas for STEM learning on social using #attstemlab.

  • Project Favorite Teacher Location What we found compelling
    Suds for Soldiers Mrs. Macphail Columbus, GA High school students using applied sciences (chemistry) to make soap for deployed soldiers
    Clean Water for All Ms. Moore Lexington, KY Elementary school classroom working on solutions to the UN Sustainability Goal of Clean Water through designing and prototyping 3D printed filtration systems learning from various models and kits.
    Making Big Dream (Houses) Come True Mrs. Rudnicki Samson Chicago, IL Students taking on affordable housing! Project requests CoSpaces licenses and a 3D printer for students to act as architects and civil engineers to create their dream affordable houses and safe neighborhoods.
    Science Kits for Curious & Creative Girls Ms. Keegan California Elementary school teacher bringing to her students books with strong female characters and STEM kits to inspire young girls to engage in STEM careers.
    TED Talks, Student STEM Edition Mrs. Quinto Riverside, CA While this project isn't requesting traditional STEM materials, the idea of inviting students to create their own STEM-focused TED Talks is engaging, and we can’t we can't wait to see the videos.
    Documenting STEMinists: I am because you are Mrs. Pena Atlanta, GA Surprising infusion of storytelling, technology, and STEM; the idea is for students to document their growth as young girls of color actively engaged in STEM education.
    The Day Plastics Ate the World Mrs. Flynn Dry Pong, LA Engaging elementary school students with a raised garden to observe trash decomposing, a camera to produce videos to share their message of reducing single-use plastics, and other resources to study the impact plastics are having on the world.
    Solving Hunger Problems With Artie Mrs. Webster Noble, OK Creative and humanitarian approach to teach coding; supports students with Artie 3000 robots and a Mini iPad 4 so that students will have a future career in a world that has a shortage of skilled coders.
    Real-World Problems in First Grade Ms. Ryder-Hill Kalamazoo,MI Using dress-up days for early childhood education (preK-2) to teach students about the various careers in STEM.
    STEM in ELA? The Black Plague and Epidemiology Careers Mrs. Monoski Montgomery, PA Interdisciplinary unit teaching students using a black plague simulation, coupled with books to research epidemiology careers to bring STEM into ELA class!
    Engineering Biomedical Devices - Prototyping Materials Mr. Weber Bronx, NY Deep infusion of engineering with a high school project! In this project, students will identify a biomedical problem, devise a solution, and then build, prototype, calibrate, and test a device that can address a biomedical problem, including building functional prototypes.

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