STEM Resources Related Tags: STEM More Related Discussions Eric Brunsell , Asst Professor of Science Education @ UW-Oshkosh Posted 10/13/2009 9:12PM | Last Commented 06/11/2014 7:01PM Blogger Facilitator 27 Shares 112 4621 Views What are your favorite STEM education resources? -- I will get you started with a few of mine: => American Society for Engineering Educatin's Engineering K12 Center PBS Design Squad Boston Museum of Science - National Center for Technological Literacy Boston Museum of Science - Engineering is Elementary Sign in to vote! Sign in to Flag as Spam Share 112 Share Comments (112)Sign in or register to postSubscribe to comments via RSS Newest Related Discussions Show 10 More Comments Posted 2/29/2012 7:15am GinnieElementary Technology Teacher Amen! I am fortunate to teach elementary tech courses, focusing on the engineering and design aspects of STEM. Why have educators created such a false structure of learning? Students are much more motivated to learn math and science when they see the hands-on applications in engineering and design! -And it increases their learning and understanding exponentially. Sign in to vote! Posted 3/28/2012 9:13am Noah GoodmanOnline Community Manager at TV411 I am a former class room teacher and now the Online Community Manager for TV411. We have a new National Science Foundation funded module called TV411 Whats Cooking! that uses cooking to convey scientific and math concepts. We have a range of videos and corresponding web lessons on our website that are free and open to the public. In addition to our science content, we also have hundreds of videos and web lessons related to literacy and other math concepts that I hope can be helpful to you guys.http://www.tv411.org/science Sign in to vote! Posted 4/3/2012 7:40pm Tara SarvelaChemistry Student Teacher in Alaska A great way to suppliment a science curriculum for high school is sciencegeek.net and the Physics 2000 website through Colorado State. Sign in to vote! Posted 4/13/2012 3:52pm Kari TatgeSales and Marketing at STEM Fuse, a developer of K12 STEM Curricula Kirk, My company has developed an introductory course to game design that incorporates all aspects of STEM called GAME:IT. We use the engineering cycle to design the games, math and physics to make the games realistic and technology to build the game. This course can easily be used as on online class. The cost is $499/school/year (unlimited seats). Check out our website - http://www.stemfuse.com or e-mail me at email@example.com Sign in to vote! Posted 5/16/2012 6:40am 3dtoad3DTOAD.com is a free educational image database 3DTOAD.com is a free educational resource. We have hundreds of 360 degree / 3D images such as skeletons, fossils and dissections just to name a few. We would love to hear your thoughts. Hope we can make the list :) Zak Ward - 3DTOAD.com Sign in to vote! Posted 5/18/2012 9:22am Annie ConwayDigital Media Producer, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago Hello, We have two popular online games that you might find useful in a STEM curriculum: Simple Machines game: http://msichicago.org/simplemachines Would You Eat That? game about building processed foods from their chemical ingredients: http://msichicago.org/wyet Sign in to vote! Posted 6/3/2012 4:05am Don Dagen - 104068 Don Morgan has described something that I have seen first hand as an engineer who volunteers in local K-12 classrooms and afterschool. I am a big proponent of developing teacher/volunteer partnerships that address this huge gap. I also see very little money or attention/effort put into K-6. Sign in to vote! Posted 6/5/2012 10:41pm Derek MatthewsResearch in STEM Education The UC Davis Computing and STEM outreach program has some amazing resources on its website. Check it out: http://c-stem.ucdavis.edu/ Sign in to vote! Posted 6/10/2012 11:18pm Gigi Carunungan We are very excited to share with you our newly posted app on the itunes store. This is an interactive fiction book for children (based on real science), titled "Save the Corals." We invite you to download the app at the itunes store. Your students will enjoy reading and engaging in moving the story forward as they explore possibilities of saving corals and the 4,000 plus marine life that live in this ocean village. Here's the itunes link to the app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/save-the-corals/id509977075?mt=8 Sign in to vote! Posted 6/13/2012 8:13am Erica ComptonEarly Literacy Project Coordinator - Idaho Commission for Libraries We are working on a pilot project focused on STEM for preschool age children. 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