http://www.nsfresources.org/home.cfm (National Science Foundation)
This site provides resources and findings from National Science Foundation funded projects. There are also links to teacher development, instructional materials and student assessment.http://successfulstemeducation.org/
This site provides information, resources and tools that support effective STEM education in schools and programs. The resources link provides examples of programs, schools, and projects that are aligned to the recommendations of the recent National Research Council report outlining elements that contribute to successful STEM education.http://stem.discoveryeducation.com/ (Siemens)
This site provides numerous resources for school administrators, teachers (i.e. lesson plans), parents and students. There are lesson plans for teachers, activities for kids and support resources for school administrators and parents.http://www.trianglecoalition.org/
The stated mission of the Triangle Coalition for STEM Education is to bring together government, business, and education to enhance its members’ efforts to foster a STEM literate workforce and citizenry. It contains links to STEM education reports and research.http://www.stemedcoalition.org/
The STEM Education Coalition works to support STEM programs for teachers and students at the U. S. Department of Education, the National Science Foundation and other agencies that offer STEM education programs. This site provides links to US legislative issues surround STEM, STEM resources and the coalitions stance and policies with regards to STEM education.http://www.pbs.org/teachers/stem/
This website offers links to STEM resources, professional development, webinars, and a video collection.http://ojs.jstem.org/index.php?journal=JSTEM (Journal of STEM Education)
S.T.E.M. Magazine focuses on issues and resources to support educators.http://www.tiesteach.org/ (Teaching Institute for excellence in STEM)
TIES, Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM education describes itself as the country’s (USA) foremost innovator bringing STEM School design, STEM curriculum, and STEM instructional support to schools, districts, states and the federal government. TIES design teams work to create and build the finest STEM schools throughout the country.
This website provides links to STEM services, solutions, and resources (including monographs, publications and reports.)http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/MSDE/programs/stem/ (Maryland State Department of Education)
This website provides the Maryland State Dept. of Ed’s stance on STEM education and provides a STEM definition, standards of practice, initiatives and a STEM toolkit for teachers.http://www.intel.com/about/corporateresponsibility/education/k12/stem.htm (Intel Corp.)
This site provides numerous resources that deal with k-12 education and provides links to professional development (i.e., webinars), assessment, thinking tools, and project-based approaches to learning. It has a special section for STEM education with free resources.http://www.mn-stem.com/ (Minnesota Department of Ed.)
The goal of this website is to provide students with a firsthand account of how their participation in certain subject areas can set the stage for a multitude of exciting career opportunities. There are resources for students with activity links, a link to featured careers, a STEM toolkit, and resources for educators.http://stemak.org/
This site is co-hosted by the Alaskan Juno Economic Development Council and contains numerous links to teacher resources, child activities and professional development opportunities.http://ithare.com/tips-for-getting-girls-involved-in-stem/
This website discusses the importance of encouraging females to explore careers in STEM and provides some tips on how to get them involved.