Monday, April 1, 2013

STEM websites for teachers

Many school districts are moving middle and high schools towards a STEM model to prepare students for the future.  STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math.  This interdisciplinary problem-based inquiry learning can be confusing for parents, students, and educators who have never faced it before.  I would like to share some websites that can give additional information about this topic.

National Council for Teachers of Mathematics:
National Science Teachers Association:
International Society of Technology in Education:
STEM Education Resource Center:
PhET (free simulations):
CAST Science Writer for lab report writing:
Khan Academy:
Nobel Peace Prize:

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