STEM Resources

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The steady decline of enrollment of young people in science and the shortage of engineers is cause for concern. More young people need to choose engineering or science as a career and making that choice depends on access to the necessary science, mathematics, technology, and engineering (STEM) curriculum. And it is in this endeavor that this page will serve as a platform for STEM resources for teachers and students.

Educators can find a wide variety of units here developed for a specific grade provided by our partner Intel, so teachers and students can apply math, science and engineering principles in the classroom in a very hands-on, interactive and fun way.

Project-Based Math Units

Here you can find a variety of math units, specially developed for grade range 2-12, to strengthen the math foundation of students in an interactive and fun way.

Project-Based Science Units

By applying the science units students learn skills such as analysis, decision making, synthesis, creativity, interpretation of data, argumentation,...

Visual Ranking Tool: STEM Unit Plans

This tool is all about comparing and prioritizing information which requires higher-level skills of analysis and evaluation.

Seeing Reason Tool: STEM Unit Plans

The Seeing Reason mapping tool lets students analyze cause-and-effect relationships, which is important to understand complex systems.

Showing Evidence Tool: STEM Unit Plans

The Showing Evidence Tool helps students learn how to construct well-reasoned arguments and prove their case with credible evidence.

STEM Assessment Plans

When assessment drives instruction, students learn more and become more confident, self-directed learners.

Engineering Unit - Design and Discovery

This unit engages students in hands-on engineering and design activities. Students follow a design process and build working prototypes that solve everyday problems.

TryEngineering Lesson Plans

TryEngineering offers a variety of lesson plans that align with education standards to allow teachers and students to apply engineering principles in the classroom.

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