GT Math and Science provides a broad range of math and science activities targeting the middle school STEM curriculum. Most of the content pages contain online assessments of the reading material.

Of special interest for Gifted Students is the MathMol (Mathematics and Molecules) activity, The Edinformatics Science Challenge, and the Rotating Labs --Integrated Math and Science Labs-- Mathematical Relations and Science Principles ...

Lever, Screw, Wedge, Incline Plane, Wheel and Axle, Pulley, What is Mechanical Advantage, Assessment Test --** Simple Machines**

MathMol (Mathematics and Molecules) is designed to serve as an introductory starting point for those interested in the field of molecular modeling. MathMol is an ideal STEM activity for K-12 students since it introduces molecular structure as it relates to mathematics and utilizes 3D visualization technology. The site is interactive not just in the software used but we also insert online question to test understanding.
MathMol was originally developed at the NYU Visualization lab in 1996, and tested in several accelerated middle school classrooms. Since most of the software originally used is currently outdated, MathMol is now in the process of being updated to HTML5 standards using Jsmol. **See MathMol Home Page **

Edinformatics has designed a two part -end of year- 8th grade science test that accesses both "Knowledge and Concepts" (Part I), and "Reasoning and Analysis Skills" (part II). Most of the science material used for the test is consistent with current intermediate school textbooks. Several questions require more rigorous mathematics that is contained within the newly initiated Common Core Standards and the NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards).

- Read more about -The EDinformatics Challenge
- See Part I - Knowledge and Concepts
- See Part II - Reasoning and Analysis

A Partial View of the Science Classroom showing 5 laboratory setups: (l-r) The Spring Constant, Acceleration Lab, LIght Inensity, Attraction and Repulsion Lab and Damping Motion-- Click on each lab below to see various setups full scale.

- About these labs: Mathematical relationships in science
- What are the different types of mathematical relationships in science?
- What is the relationship between how much a spring stretches and the force pulling on the spring? --The Spring Constant
- What is the relationship between the period of a pendulum and the length of the string of the pendulum?
- What is the relationship between the mass of a ball and its volume assuming a constant density?
- What is the relationship between the intensity of a beam of light and the distance from a light source?
- What is a the relationship between how the distance travels and the time in travel for an accelerating object?
- What is the relationship between how much light passes through a Polaroid filter and the angle the filter is rotated?
- What is the relationship between the decay of radioactive material and the time allowed for the decay?
- What is the relationship between current, voltage when there is a constant resistance in an electric circuit.
- What is the relationship between how far water squirts out of a hole in a container and the depth of the hole beneath the water?
- What is the relationship between the distance between two magnets and the force between them? Attractive and Repulsive Forces
- What is the relationship between the height that a ball bounces and the number of times it bounces? --Damping Motion
- What is the relationship between the volume of a boat and the weight it can hold?