Looking for resources for Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math activities? Here are a few ideas for anyone teaching STEM lessons to youngsters.
STEM Guidebook - How to Run & Design Great Program & Activities - Principals, classroom teachers, community leaders, museum educators, parents, volunteers or people who work in STEM fields can use this guide to support out-of-school time experiences in their schools or communities.
And here are a few of the links you will find in the STEM Guidebook mentioned above.
- TASC: STEM Videos - short videos that demonstrate how engaging inquiry-based STEM learning can be, go to the TASC YouTube channel and search for videos that focus on science or STEM
- Aspire- The STEM activity app - This app is designed to foster positive STEM interactions between students and families. Sign up and you'll receive STEM activities suitable for families to share.
- Here you’ll find information about the federal initiative to improve the participation and performance of American students in STEM.
- This project, a partnership between IBM and science-technology centers worldwide, offers activities and ways to connect with the centers, such as video and live cams.