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View Resource Girls Get IT

Vision: To create a network in Florida that offers girls and young women exciting opportunities to connect and explore the worlds of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math that lead to rewarding careers and better their lives. What is Girls Get IT? Florida Girls Get IT is a partnership between Cisco Systems, Inc., the Florida Community College System and the Florida Distance Learning...

View Resource Engineer Girl

This is a website dedicated to girls and women that are interested in technology and engineering. The primary areas of interests for this site are: Medicine, Space, Environment, and Communications.

View Resource Girls Go Tech

This website was created by the Girl Scouts of America to inspire K-12 girls and show that no matter where you live or what language you speak, math, science, and technology play an important part in your everyday life. It teaches girls to take a look around, and notice that math, science, and technology are everywhere. There are games and resources that help reinforce the connection. The site...

View Resource Technology Websites for Girls and Young Women

This website is to help parents and teachers get girls interested in engineering and technology. It has a list of recommended activities, readings, websites, and much more. The content is appropriate for various ages and includes many interdisciplinary topics, such as biographies of women working for NASA and opportunities for girls in STEM education.

View Resource Gender Differences In Learning Style Specific To Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)

This webpage features an article by Donna Milgram of IWITTS that explores the gender differences in teaching science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). There are gender differences in learning styles specific to science, math, engineering and technology (STEM) that teachers of these subjects should keep in mind when developing lesson plans and teaching in the classroom.

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