STEM Club Collection


You've heard of science clubs, but what about a STEM Club? Students can also explore careers in STEM. This collection may include resources from ISTE, NCTM and NASA.

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Resources in “STEM Club” Collection

Title Resource Type File Type
Archive: Algebraic Equations: Calculator Controlled Robots, April 18, 2012 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Archive: Design Squad: Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Engineers November 4, 2009 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Archive: Engineer Your Life: Spark Girls’ Interest in Engineering February 3, 2010 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Archive: Engineering Design Challenge: Forces and Motion -- The Great Boomerang Challenge, April 11, 2012 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Archive: Making the Transition to Scientific and Engineering Practices: Visiting the Potential of the Next Generation Science Standards, October 25, 2011 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Archive: Robotic Engineering: Big Toys, Big Fun, February 28, 2007 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Drive of Your Life

"Free, fun, video game-style Web site that helps middle-school and high school students learn more about themselves, higher education and careers. On the site, students answer a series of questions about themselves to learn what careers could interest them and then go on a virtual drive to learn more about each of those careers all in their own customized car."

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External Resource: Save the Bay: Robotics Challenge, LabTV Video External Resource Web Page
Future City Competition National home page

This flexible, cross-curricular educational program gives students an opportunity to do the things that engineers do—identify problems; brainstorm ideas; design solutions; test, retest and build; and share their results. This process is called the engineering design process. With this at its center, Future City is an engaging way to build students’ 21st century skills

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Indiana Science Technology Engineering Math I-Stem Resource

" I-STEM works to support K–12 teachers and leaders working to implement high academic standards towards STEM literacy for all students. It also provides Indiana education leaders with new knowledge about teaching and learning."

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National Defense Education Program Home Page

The website contains tabs for Personal Stories, LabTV and real world Lab facilities to connect students with Engineers and Scientists. Resource for researching STEM careers.

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NSTA STEM Forum & Expo Presentation Files

Look for "A note on file sharing:" for "At the STEM Forum & Expo, NSTA distributed USB drives with PowerPoint presentations and other documents. Click here to download them (.zip file). " From here you can download the PowerPoint presentations and documents from the Forum, May 17 - 19, 2012, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

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PBS SciGirls

"SciGirls STEM Database — finding an after school STEM club for girls One of the best ways to encourage kids in science is to get them involved. Hands-on experience helps children see that science is a trial-and-error process and that it’s okay not to know everything from the get-go—after all, science is based on asking questions! SciGirls encourages kids to try science, helping them find afterschool programs that are part of the National Girls Collaborative Project, a network of girl-servi

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Recognizing Excellence: STEM Day in the Park Journal Article PDF File
STEM Career

"This site provides STEM career information, video, research and learner resources updated weekly."

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STEM Clubs

Website with resources for setting up a STEM Club. Tabs are set up for Resouces, Guides, Activity Ideas, and News and Events.

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Toshiba Exploravision

ExploraVision is a science competition that encourages teachers to make science a part of their curriculum. As a teacher sponsor, you will lead your students as they work in groups of 2 – 4 to simulate real research and development. You will guide your students as they study a technology of interest and predict what that technology might be like 20 years from now. Teams will explore what is necessary to make their visions a reality.

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Trip to College

"To help parents along the path to college planning, the Indiana Youth Institute developed a Web site for parents of students in grades K-12, called Trip To College. This Web-based program is an Indiana-specific, step-by-step resource to assist with the college planning and funding process. On the Trip To College Web site, parents can find a college planning timeline; facts, figures and information about preparing and paying for their child’s college education; a customized search engine for Ind

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