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Wind Energy, Grade 5: STEM Road Map for Elementary School (e-book)
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This article started talking about the importance of having labs for everyone in all sciences. I have been fighting for this more in my school for years. The two main points discussed in here is how labs level the playing fields for lower socioeconomic that ma...

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NSTA Virtual Conference Archive: Shifting to Integrated STEM: Experiences of Three School Districts

On November 7, 2015, over 260 educators nationwide took part in this 4-hour virtual conference. As part of the program, participants learned about three case studies in K-12 STEM Integration from which common goals and practices emerged that informed their work in STEM implementation.

The three case studies (New York, Oregon, and Florida) offered a thought-provoking vision of what “getting to scale with integrated STEM” could look like if we take their lessons to heart and find ways of communicating and collaborating across state boundaries, school subjects, political philosophies, and other barriers to change.

Visit the web page to learn more about the presenters, the day’s agenda, and the discussion topics.