Free Resources for Teachers
In 2011, USInnovations.org published a STEM Report Card for each state and the District of Columbia. Find out how STEM is connected to your state’s future economic and employment prospects. How does your state rank?
Engineering is easier that you think! Here’s a free article
for you to pass on to teachers from a leader in elementary engineering curriculum with tips on how to make the leap from teaching science to teaching engineering.
A STEM white paper from learning.com explains how integrated STEM projects help students learn by constructing their own knowledge of the world around them. You can request this free white paper as well as a 2012 National STEM Report from their Helpful Resources section.
Click here for the STEM section of the learning.com site. (Look for the links on the right hand side of their STEM page.)