This is acutally a web download. I heard about it during an onlline PD and thought it looked good. This is the #1 go to program that the kids have chosen since I put it on all of the computer in my lab. I would say this is primarily an engineering program.
One Engineering skill needed is the ability to disect a project. The students will learn how to take apart a project and critically look at it.
Keywords: Product Disection,
This unit will guide your students through the process of making a battery cell. The standards are in the unit plan.
Keywords: Battery, Battery Cell, Electricity, DC power
Take a walk around your school examining weathering and erosion
Keywords: Weathering and Erosion
Sedimentary and Metamorphic Rock Lab using 10 samples
Keywords: Earth Science
Utah State Universitiy's National Library of Virtual Manipulates is a great, interactive,internet based source of tutorials and manipulatives for teaching math concepts. You have to try it! Use the link below to visit the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives: http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/siteinfo.html
Keywords: Math Manipulatives
Use the link below to learn how to make a lava lamp using plastic bottle, cooking oil, water, food coloring and Alka Seltzer (sodium salicyclate). This experiment is appropriate for students in4th grade and above. Have fun! - Karen Stringer http://www.sciencebob.com/experiments/videos/video-blobs.php
Keywords: Lava Lamp Lab
This is a great activity from PBS that I use when teaching the nervous system. It is very interesting and fun for students! The activity set includes powerpoints, a pre quiz, a giant neuron puzzle, etc.
Keywords: zombie, neurology, nervous systems, neurons
This is a screencast of a PowerPoint presentation I presented at a state conference. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7TtOleZkoo The presentation includes many ways to incorporate STEM technology into your classroom.
Keywords: STEM, technology, math, teacher help, inspiration
What are the Common Core State Standards for high school science? Here they are!
Keywords: Common Core, CCSS, standards, Science, technology