A great resource for teachers with k-12 ideas as well as workforce information.
A series of one week camps of fun and inspiring, hands-on learning, blending Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM). www.campSTEM.us
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
This is a site that has great lesson resources uploaded by teachers who have actually used them. There are interactive white board lessons along with traditional lessons. It is a freee resource but you can pay and have storage and even more resources if you so wish http://www.tes.co.uk
Keywords: lessons, science
Students are given a pegboard, 10 pegs, and a 1 meter piece of pipe (tube) insulation to create a path in which a marble can be sent through the tube and land in a dish that is 20 cm away from the end of the tube. They must use and experiment with their knowledge of angles, speed, energy, and measurement.
Keywords: pegboards, path, angles, speed, energy
Students are given a pegboard, twenty pegs, and 20 rubberbands to create a path on which they must send a pingpong ball at the slowest pace possible.
Keywords: pegboard, path, pace
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