This website offers a comprehensive collection of resources to support instructional leaders as they work to implement the science practices into their programs. On this site, leaders will find information on the science practices, a guide to observing instructors through the lens of science practices, tips towards offering feedback to improve the implementation of science practices, and more.
This section of the Next Generation Science Standards gives in depth descriptions of the Science and Engineering Practices and breaks down engagement by grade level.
This article outlines eight practices specific to mathematics.
This article outlines practices related to science/engineering, technology, and math, and makes connections between these disciplines and their practices.
Click2Science is a free, interactive, professional development site for trainers, coaches, site directors and frontline staff & volunteers working in out-of-school time programs. Developed by the University of Nebraska Lincoln and the Noyce Foundation, its foundation is that it takes “20 Skills to Make STEM Click”– those skills that are necessary to implement science effectively in out-of-school time settings. By focusing on developing these skills, as opposed to content expertise, anyone can become an outstanding STEM educator.
This article discusses the various ways to go about the practice of scaffolding in STEM education, as well as the advantages to use computer programs to aid this pedagogical strategy.