This is the Region VI TLTC STEM Resources Portal which exists to assist interested teachers in locating various STEM resources for their students as well as to support Region VI TLTC districts in their various STEM initiatives.
The following resource links were all active and free to access at the time of the creation of this site. As we all know, however, Internet sites disappear and appear daily so please report broken links if you find any. Please select from one of the categories on the sidebar to get to those resources.
Note: This portal is a work in progress, so changes and updates will be made as they become necessary. Please let us know other great STEM resources to share here by sending the link, grade level, and a short description of the site(s).
See Michael Gorman's great article on STEM education with some good resources, many probably listed here already. Part 1…STEM to STEAM to STEAMIE; 17 Great Links To Promote STEM!
If you are a grade 5 through 8 science, technology, or mathematics teacher, you are eligible to participate in a new STEM research study as a Control Teacher. Take an approved PBS TeacherLine course for FREE and complete two surveys, and then receive a $50 stipend! Study begins October 27.
Centers for STEM Education
Igniting and Sustaining STEM Education
Find relevant informational resources at this eSchool News page.
Center for Excellence in STEM Education (The College of New Jersey)
General Science and STEM Gateways and Resources
Journal of STEM Education: Innovations and Research
National Governors Association (NGA) Center for Best Practices: STEM Education
National Science Digital Library: STEM Education Resources
Ohio STEM Learning Network
STEM Education Coalition
STEM Equity Pipeline
Find a Path to Improve 21st Century Teaching
STEM EducationCoalition The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (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 related programs.
Rewarding STEM careers can begin from two-year and four-year degrees. The more science and math courses you take now, the broader your college degree options and career choices. TI and Sloan Career Cornerstone Center have partnered together to offer resources that can help you explore possible STEM careers and planning strategies.
Get Students Fired Up About STEM Careers