Recommended STEM Resources

Compiled by the centre’s Senior Specialists,these resources provide useful selections of STEM management or delivery strategies. These strategies range from the wider conceptual framework level to direct implementation level, allowing for a wide range of knowledge applicable all the way from institution administration to the classroom. 

“Sucsessful K-12 STEM Education” Identifying Effective Approaches in STEM
National Research Council of The National Academies, USA
“Charting a course for success: America’s strategy for STEM Education”
Committee on STEM Education of the National Science & Technology Council, USA
“Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy” The Role of Technology and Engineering in STEM Education
ITEEA
“2018 NSSME+: Trends in U.S. Science Education From 2012 to 2018”
P. Sean Smith Horizon Research Inc.
“Science and Engineering for Grades 6-12” Investigation and Design at the Center
The National Academies of Engineering, USA
“NASA’s BEST Students” An Educator’s Guide to the Engineering Design Process Grades 6 -8
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
“Thinking and Talking about Cybersecurity Career Awareness”
Start Engineering
“Building Capacity for Teaching Engineering in K-12 Education”
The National Academies of Engineering, USA
“Best Practice Advice for Re-Entry to Specialist Spaces”
Technology Education Subject Association Coalition
“8 Essentials for Project-Based Learning”
Buck Institute for Education
“STEM Resources for Professional Academy” Compiled by
Dr. Edward Reeve Dr. John Stiles
“STEM for All Showcases” Compiled by
Dr. John Stiles
“STEM program that works”
Annenberg Brown University
“Strengthening STEM Instruction in Schools: Learning from Research”
Brown University
“Evaluating Deeper Learning: Retrospect and Prospect”
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education
“Sucsessful K-12 STEM Education” Identifying Effective Approaches in STEM
National Research Council of The National Academies, USA
“Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy” The Role of Technology and Engineering in STEM Education
ITEEA
“Science and Engineering for Grades 6-12” Investigation and Design at the Center
The National Academies of Engineering, USA
“Thinking and Talking about Cybersecurity Career Awareness”
Start Engineering
“Best Practice Advice for Re-Entry to Specialist Spaces”
Technology Education Subject Association Coalition
“STEM Resources for Professional Academy” Compiled by
Dr. Edward Reeve Dr. John Stiles
“Strengthening STEM Instruction in Schools: Learning from Research”
Brown University
“Charting a course for success: America’s strategy for STEM Education”
Committee on STEM Education of the National Science & Technology Council, USA
“2018 NSSME+: Trends in U.S. Science Education From 2012 to 2018”
P. Sean Smith Horizon Research Inc.
“NASA’s BEST Students” An Educator’s Guide to the Engineering Design Process Grades 6 -8
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
“Building Capacity for Teaching Engineering in K-12 Education”
The National Academies of Engineering, USA
“8 Essentials for Project-Based Learning”
Buck Institute for Education
“STEM for All Showcases” Compiled by
Dr. John Stiles
“STEM program that works”
Annenberg Brown University
“Evaluating Deeper Learning: Retrospect and Prospect”
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education
“Sucsessful K-12 STEM Education” Identifying Effective Approaches in STEM
National Research Council of The National Academies, USA
“Charting a course for success: America’s strategy for STEM Education”
Committee on STEM Education of the National Science & Technology Council, USA
“Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy” The Role of Technology and Engineering in STEM Education
ITEEA
“2018 NSSME+: Trends in U.S. Science Education From 2012 to 2018”
P. Sean Smith Horizon Research Inc.
“Science and Engineering for Grades 6-12” Investigation and Design at the Center
The National Academies of Engineering, USA
“NASA’s BEST Students” An Educator’s Guide to the Engineering Design Process Grades 6 -8
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
“Thinking and Talking about Cybersecurity Career Awareness”
Start Engineering
“Building Capacity for Teaching Engineering in K-12 Education”
The National Academies of Engineering, USA
“Best Practice Advice for Re-Entry to Specialist Spaces”
Technology Education Subject Association Coalition
“8 Essentials for Project-Based Learning”
Buck Institute for Education
“STEM Resources for Professional Academy” Compiled by
Dr. Edward Reeve Dr. John Stiles
“STEM for All Showcases” Compiled by
Dr. John Stiles
“STEM program that works”
Annenberg Brown University
“Strengthening STEM Instruction in Schools: Learning from Research”
Brown University
“Evaluating Deeper Learning: Retrospect and Prospect”
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education
STEM Video Resources

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STEM Articles

Compiled by the centre’s Senoir Specialist, these articles provide expert insights into inquiry and engineering in the areas of STEM Education. The selections shall offer knowledge basis for implementors or educators who wishes to see effective application of STEM in their institutions. 

“Interpreting misconceptions as stepping stones”
The Science Teacher
“STEM Thinking!”
Edward M. Reeve, DTE ITEEA
“Investigation and Design at the Center”
The National Academy of Sciences
“Knowing versus Understanding”
Iowa Academy of Science
“Inquiry In Action – Investigating Matter through Inquiry”
American Chemical Society
“Assessment of Science Inquiry”
George E. Hein Sabra Lee
“6E Learning byDeSIGN Model”
Barry N. Burke, DTE
“Interpreting misconceptions as stepping stones”
The Science Teacher
“STEM Thinking!”
Edward M. Reeve, DTE ITEEA
“Investigation and Design at the Center”
The National Academy of Sciences
“Knowing versus Understanding”
Iowa Academy of Science
“Inquiry In Action – Investigating Matter through Inquiry”
American Chemical Society
“Assessment of Science Inquiry”
George E. Hein Sabra Lee
“6E Learning byDeSIGN Model”
Barry N. Burke, DTE
“Interpreting misconceptions as stepping stones”
The Science Teacher
“STEM Thinking!”
Edward M. Reeve, DTE ITEEA
“Investigation and Design at the Center”
The National Academy of Sciences
“Knowing versus Understanding”
Iowa Academy of Science
“Inquiry In Action – Investigating Matter through Inquiry”
American Chemical Society
“Assessment of Science Inquiry”
George E. Hein Sabra Lee
“6E Learning byDeSIGN Model”
Barry N. Burke, DTE
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