Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Featured: 11/14/2012 Curiosity in the Classroom [STEM]

Together, Discovery Education and Intel have created Curiosity in the Classroom, a program designed to "guide teachers and students on a journey through life's biggest questions."

Curiosity in the Classroom helps you explore some of life's most interesting and important questions with your students by providing free, standards-aligned lesson plans and videos for students in grades 6-12 (ages 11-17).

Download free content and materials to help your students become the innovators, scientists, and engineers of the future. These lesson plans, activities, videos, and interactives can bring key concepts to life and inspire an interest in science-related careers.

Explore ways to develop students' scientific thinking using the lessons and other things available at Curiosity in the Classroom. Transition from textbook science to authentic inquiry and scientific practices with these engaging resources.


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