STEM

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http://www.stem-nsw.com.au/stem-resources

STEM Programs

ME Program

ME Program Stage 5 iStem Course –  Stage 5 iStem syllabus, Year 9 program, Year 10 program and resources

STEM Program Index

STEM Program Index – Over 250 active programs catering to hundreds of schools and thousands of students across the country. STEM programs provided by businesses, universities, science and education agencies and government departments.

University of New South Wales – Girls do the maths

Girls do the maths annual workshops for Year 11 and 12 students

https://www.stem.org.uk/resources

https://www.stem.org.uk/elibrary/collection/4224

LiveCode

This multi-lesson scheme of work and resource pack uses the free Community Edition of LiveCode to learn app development using a software development process. Written by a teacher at Gracemount High School in Edinburgh, it contains a number of coding tasks that will lead to a well-developed…

http://www.nea.org/tools/lessons/stem-resources.html

Curriculum Resources

  1. Exploratorium
    Provides interactives, web features, activities, programs, and events for K-12. Saturday and Summer professional development workshops are available through the Teacher Institute.
  2. NASA – For Educators
    Lesson plans, teacher guides, classroom activities, video clips, games, posters, and more for teachers and students in grades K-4, 5-8, 9-12, and higher education.
  3. eGFI: Dream Up the Future
    Promotes engineering education with K-5, 6-8, 9-12 lesson plans, activities, outreach programs, and links to web resources. Teachers and students can download the first three issues of eGFI magazine.

https://www.stemfinity.com/Free-STEM-Education-Resources

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Resources

Resources, resources everywhere…

There are a huge range of STEM resources and opportunities available. It can often be overwhelming knowing where to start and deciding what is most appropriate.

On this page we have gathered links to the major providers of STEM opportunities in order to support your STEM involvement and help nurture your STEM activity.

If you need bespoke advice, are short of time or do not know where to begin in getting involved in STEM then please contact us.

Additional FREE resources for both teachers and Ambassadors can be found by simply logging onto STEMNetworking.

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabuses/syllabus-development/stem-support.html

STEM support

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are identified as essential areas of study for Australia to maintain a high quality of life. Future prosperity depends on students studying in and across these areas in order to foster scientific and technological developments.

STEM, drawn from the four disciplines of Science (S), Technology (T), Engineering (E), and Mathematics (M) recognises the importance of this integration and its significance for Australia’s competitive future. These four disciplines are also referred to as the ‘Pillars of STEM’.

The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) aims to enhance engagement in STEM by developing practical, hands-on teaching and learning programs and resources that allow students to integrate their knowledge from the pillar subjects.

Advice on programming integrated STEM

Students benefit from STEM by learning about innovation and further developing their problem-solving skills. An enhanced understanding of STEM and its real-world applications has the capacity to increase career opportunities for students. Integrative STEM develops in students the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to actively contribute to society and influence scientific developments through innovation, both now and in the future.

NESA has developed a guide to assist teachers developing STEM teaching programs and integrated units of work.

Read the advice on programming integrated STEM.

Sample STEM activities and units of work

The NSW Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics syllabuses recognise the importance of the key skills and understanding developed through Working Scientifically, Working Technologically and Working Mathematically. NSW syllabuses for STEM subjects and Vocational Education and Training (VET) pathways also provide many contexts for students to pursue their interests and abilities in STEM.

The following STEM resources integrate these skill sets. Integrative STEM consolidates and strengthens individual subject knowledge by enabling students to make links between content and empowering them with a deeper understanding.

View the sample STEM units of work.

View the sample STEM primary activities.