Basic Needs for All: Engineering for the Developing World - Focuses on the ways a growing world population increases the need for engineering technologies and civil engineers in developing countries through the delivery of basic needs like clean water, waste disposal, shelter and transportation.
Illuminations - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics - quality standards-based resources for teaching and learning mathematics, including interactive tools for students and instructional support for teachers
PhragKit4Teachers - The Phearless Phragmites Phighters team wants New Jersey students to become aware of invasive Phragmites australis (common reed) around their towns, and to become knowledgeable and motivated to tackle this problem. To reach the most teachers and students, they created a narrated eBook, a Virtual Reality field trip, station activities, and an engineering design challenge. Most importantly, the kit provides tips to help students throughout New Jersey take action to Phight Phragmites!
ProjectEngin - custom project design and embedded coaching, full curriculum design, workshops, engineering design projects as extra- or co-curricular activities, industrial liaison coordinator.
STEM Teaching Tools - The site supports the teaching for NGSS with tools that focus on specific issues and leverage the best knowledge from research and practice as well as professional development resources.
Teach Engineering - Search for STEM curricula for K-12 by curriculum type, grade level, subject area, engineering category, and time required.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind - site of William Kamkwamba, who, as a boy with limited resources and education in Malawi, Africa, built a windmill that changed the lives of the people in his village. Use the videos on this site and/or the book to inspire your students.
The Future of Driving - The Future of Driving is an overview of autonomous vehicles as the technology for self-driving cars becomes more advanced and the demand for this technology grows. This looks at driverless cars features that are already in use to future technologies that will impact driving in our society.
The Stem Project - Inspiring girls to break gender stereotypes and pursue their interests in STEM
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