Are you looking for great resources for integrating STEM concepts? Then take a look at the new STEM connect tab in the teacher center of Discovery Streaming. It is an excellent collection of clips, lesson plans, etc. that will make it easy to integrate science, technology, engineering , and math into your science or math curriculum. If you have never heard of STEM, then STEM Connect will bring you up to speed.
The site includes clips on career choices, lessons, activities and other resources for grades 6-12. The selection of resources are interesting and should help out with your STEM lesson planning.
Do you twitter? If the answer is yes, then you can also try to win some free STEM books for your classroom. How?
“Youth Service America and Scholastic are partnering to give away 10 STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) related books a month and every month leading up to Global Youth Service Day in April. How can you win one of these great books? Just follow @semesterservice on Twitter. On the third Tuesday of each month, ,@semesterservice will ask a STEM or service related question. The first 10 to reply with the correct answer will win a free book from Scholastic that will support your own STEM-based teaching. To learn more about the book offered each month, make sure to visit the blog section at YSA.org.”
Last but not least, if any of you are into project based learning, and were fortunate enough to hear Gary Stager’s webinar on Discovery, then you might also want to use some of these STEM resources to help with one of your upcoming math, science or technology projects.