Here are a few links to some of our favorite sites on the internet for STEM lessons:
NEA STEM Resources Page
STEM Collaborative - Additional Resources
HUNSTEM Pinterest Boards
Another great place to find emerging tools for teaching science is learningscience.org.
They've used the National Science Standards to organize teaching tools such as real-time data collection, simulations,
inquiry based lessons, interactive web lessons, micro-worlds, and imaging, among others.
One of the largest on-line archives of collections is ibiblio! ibiblio.org is a conservancy of freely available information, including software, music, literature, art, history, science, politics, and cultural studies.
There's also a great website for Maps called Worldmapper! Worldmapper is a collection of world maps, where territories are re-sized on each map according to the subject of interest.
We've also put together some of our favorite sites for multimedia resources and lessons on the web. Our multimedia resources links can be found in the HUNSTEM MultiMedia Bank.
We've also listed links to podcasts, slide shows, stories, poems, videos, photographs, art, and songs. Click on each of these links to find these lists. You can also find more links to great videos from many sources in the HUNSTEM Video Bank.
Additional links to lesson plans are listed by subject: Click on these links to go directly to the subject you're looking
for. Some of these may be old links, so please let us know if you find a dead one and we'll remove it. Also, let us know if you find something new and exciting and we'll review it. If we agree, we'll add it to the list.
Here are a few more categories for STEM resources: