http://goenc.com This site was given to me by my University professor and now I have looked around it has great lessons that can be used. Actually covers k-12 lessons which is great as there is not much out there for elementary teachers.
Keywords: lessons, k-12, math, science
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Find your path through the Next Generation Science Standards with help from the Concord Consortium. Start in the center with a core idea. What do you teach? Add a scientific and engineering practice—or two! Add a crosscutting concept. You've created one path through the NGSS. Use the Concord Consortium resources available for that path below. http://concord.org/ngss/
Keywords: NGSS, standards
Compact poster for elementary use.
Keywords: Space, PBS
STEM Challenge, developed by me, Thee Busy Bee, for my company called Totally STEM, where we totally have fun while we learn!! This specific challenge can be used with any age group, using any materials you'd like! The sheets attached give the session synopsis and logistics and a rubric. theebusybee.blogspot.com Have fun!!!!!
Keywords: science, technology, engineering, math, stem, stem education, challenge, rubric, mining
A blog by me, Tikia C. Ballard, aka Thee Busy Bee, all about STEM all for teachers!!! Blog includes challenge lessons, lesson outcome examples, rubrics and much, much more!!! www.theebusybee.blogspot.com See you soooooooooooooooooooooon!!!!!!!
Keywords: stem, stem education, science, math, engineering, technology, education, learning,
Syllabis, Robo Challenge, and Lesson Plan
Keywords: Robo challenge, Lesson Plan
Siemens STEM Academy