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Randy Rodgers

Makey Makey | Lesson Plans - 22 views

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    New collection of lesson plans for using MakeyMakey in the classroom.
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Dean Mantz

Moving at the Speed of Creativity | Explain Everything Minecraft iPad Project (Treehous... - 10 views

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    Fantastic combination of iOS apps and mathematics in a STEM classroom.
Randy Rodgers

Ardusat - 12 views

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    Arduino-based kits let students design and test experiments and then upload them to actual Cubesat satellites, where their experiments will be conducted and results sent back to students. Kits start at only $150.
Randy Rodgers

Go Bionic With These Wearable Arduino Projects | WIRED - 5 views

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    Cool, creative wearable technology projects
Dean Mantz

Speedometry - Learn Math and Science | Hot Wheels - 20 views

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    Register for your free Hot Wheels kit and download the lesson plans that address STEM integration.
Randy Rodgers

Hack the Storybook - NEXMAP - 17 views

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    Very cool idea for using electronic components to make interactive, 21st century books, art, etc.
Dean Mantz

123D Circuits - 10 views

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    "Circuit Scribe is a rollerball pen that writes with conductive ink. Combined with magnetic components, it makes creating circuits as easy as doodling. The online editor makes it easy to create your own sketches and share it with the community."
Randy Rodgers

DrGraeme - Free Lego MindStorms NXT tutorials. - 4 views

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    Tremendously bland-looking but rich-in-content site with Lego robotics lessons, tutorials, and activities.
Randy Rodgers

MakerParent - 21 views

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    Nice collection of STEM project ideas for home (or school), sortable by age, complexity, or expense.
John Evans

How Inquiry-Based Learning Works With STEM - Edudemic - Edudemic - 9 views

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    "Learning through inquiry is not a new concept - at all. Much of the more general life- learning that we do as humans is based on inquiry. Here's a basic example: As a baby, you saw a 'thing' across the room. Your little brain wondered what it was, so you crawled over to it and inspected it. You looked at it, touched it, and determined you wanted to play with it. While babies may not be able to construct thorough explanations and communicate their questions and findings, the inquiry based learning concept is definitely there. As babies grow and turn into students, this style of learning can serve them well, especially in science. The handy infographic below takes a look at the steps of learning through inquiry, as well as some statistics on the importance of science education in the future. Keep reading to learn more."
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Dean Mantz

Why (And How) Students Can Get Excited About STEM | Edudemic - 13 views

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    Well done infographic on reasons why students should become excited about STEM courses and careers. 
Luke Simon

NASA - Educators 9-12 - 0 views

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    I see awesome nasa videos on tv and I wonder where I can find them.  They are math application videos.
Dean Mantz

Infographic: Why Students Choose STEM - 14 views

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    STEM in Education
Dean Mantz

National Engineers Week Future City Competition™ - 8 views

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    Educators are encouraged to use this site allowing for students to take on the role of an engineer and develop their own virtual city.
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