We wanted to share our most popular blogs of 2019 with you. We hope these resources will help you start 2020 strong!
These posts offer a variety of free downloads, STEAM/STEM activities, and tips. If you would like to see more of this kind of content from us, don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter, each week we share our newest blog posts and lots of other great resources for teachers who want to learn more about STEM! You can subscribe using the form in the sidebar of this page.
- Tips for Adding Rigor to Your Elementary Classroom STEM Lessons – We offer tips and tricks to make your lessons more rigorous and questions to evaluate your activity.
- Craft or STEM? – A Handy Flow Chart to Help You Figure Out What Your Activity is – This post as a free downloadable chart to help you determine if your activity is a craft, engineering or STEM activity.
- Your Alternative to the Scientific Method – The Science Metamap – The Science Metamap is an authentic way to think about the scientific process in a more authentic and non-linear way about science. You can grab a FREE download of the metasheet to use in your classroom with your students.
- Classroom Management Tips for Elementary STEM Lessons and Labs – If you’re new to STEM lessons or want to improve your classroom management during labs, this post has tips to help you!
- Designing Next Generation Learning Spaces that Motivate Your Students – You can create learning spaces in your classroom that provoke curiosity. These spaces can get your kids thinking and motivate them to become an active participant in their learning.
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