Academic journal article The Science Teacher

Freebies

Academic journal article The Science Teacher

Freebies

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The following are free and low-cost classroom resources of interest to high school science teachers. Additional resources can be found at www.nsta.org/publications/freebies.aspx.

Seven Things You Can Do Now to Prepare for Next Year's STEM Class

http://stemactivitiesforkids.com/2016/05/22/7-things-can-now...tem-class/

Want to add more science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) activities to your K-12 instruction? Written by mechanical-engineer-turned-home-schooling-parent Meredith Anderson, this article from the STEM Activities for Kids blog presents practical ideas to help teachers take the leap from thinking about STEM activities to doing them. From tips on requesting and finding supplies to touring local makerspaces for inspiration and more, these teacher-tested ideas will help educators of all levels integrate, manage, and love STEM activities in their classrooms.

Phenomena Resources From NASA Wavelength

http://nasawavelength.org/list/2048

The NASA Wavelength team has been creating lists of resources--e.g., K-12 lessons, activities, NASA data, and science articles--that support the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and relate to science phenomena in the news. Three phenomena-based resource lists have been created so far. Natural Hazard Sequence: Drought to Wildfire focuses on recent events in southern California as the phenomena to help students support the claim that a change in one of Earth's systems can cause changes to others. …

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