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Nano
These NNI brochures introduce basic concepts in nanotechnology. Big Things from a Tiny World (left) is a general overview; Powerful Things from a Tiny World (right) looks at nanotechnology
STEM Day – STEM – UCF STEM
STEM Day will be held on Friday, March 30, 2018 at the University of Central Florida. iSTEM would like to invite your class to come and explore the exciting fields of science, technology, engineering
STEM Summer Programs – STEM – UCF STEM
Summer Institutes are intensive programs for gifted and high-achieving students who have interest in learning the foundations of Computer Science, Biology, Physics, or advancing skills
For Educators | NASA
Search hundreds of resources by subject, grade level, type and keyword. These lesson plans and teaching materials support your STEM curriculum.
Google Expeditions
Bring Your Lessons To Life Imagine exploring coral reefs or the surface of Mars in an afternoon. With Expeditions, teachers can take students on immersive, virtual journeys.
Amazon.com: micro:bit Basic Starter Kit–By Vilros: Computers & Accessories
“Includes the BBC Micro Bit and 3 Main Parts to get you startedIncludes Battery Holder with On-Off Switch To Power the MIcrobot on the Go (Does NOT include Batteries)Includes 6 Alligator Clips
Literacy in the Sciences | Reading Rockets
Many of the skills that are critical for growing strong readers and writers are also core skills in the study of science and math. Predicting, understanding cause and effect, understanding sequence
Chemistry Ph.D. Student’s Research Becomes Journal Cover Story – UCF News – University of Central Florida Articles – Orlando, FL News
Tatiana Fedotava-Molden, a first-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemistry, has already had her first research breakthrough and publication
Fold N Fly ✈
Paper Airplane Designs A database of paper airplanes with easy to follow folding instructions.
How to Build an LED Planetarium: 7 Steps (with Pictures)
capture some of the beauty and most of the romance associated with the heavens and puts it on your living room or bedroom ceiling. The premise is simple. Make holes in a bowl and shine a light
scratch mit – Android Apps on Google Play
ScratchJr is an introductory programming language that enables young children (ages 5 and up) to create their own interactive stories and games. Children snap together graphical programming blocks…
Makerspace – LEGO® Education
Tinkering is hands on, “minds on” learning through doing. Tinkering is exploring the mechanics of how things work and making new discoveries. Tinkering develops the iteration mindset
edutopia-yokana-maker-rubric.pdf
sample rubric for maker projects
Small Projects | woodshopcowboy
Top Five Maker Projects for the Beginning Maker Ed Teacher | woodshopcowboy
Start Small! Towers of Power A great starting point for a beginning Maker teacher. Students build towers made of just paper and scotch tape. Students can build the tallest tower
Making a Makerspace: Top Five Materials in an Educational Makerspace | woodshopcowboy
“Rope & Twine & String Ropes are integral part of most moving structures, decorations, tool handles and tons more. Entire articles of clothing are weaved together from rope.
Beginner’s Guide to Maker-ize An Elementary Classroom – HonorsGradU
MakerSpaces are designed to make students wonder, question, and experiment as they work to make sense of the world around them. 4 Realistic Tips to Maker-ize Your Room
STEM Sparks- Maker Space Task Cards Freebie | TpT
Our task card packet is a sample of our STEM Sparks enrichment cards that can be used in a Maker Space or STEM classroom center, as a discussion launcher, or as a homework assignment.
10 Collaborative Technology Projects Your Students Will Love!
simple tech tools students can use to create awesome projects. Students can work together in cooperative learning groups or independently depending on your access to technology in your school district
60+ Makerspace Ideas for Maker Education | Maker space
makerspace ideas. These ideas range from how to get started to what maker project to do in your makerspace. Whenever we put something online or on Twitter, we want it to be actionable

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