• www.pbs.org/wgbh/buildingbig
  • www.pbs.org/wgbh/buildingbig/educator/act_index.html¬†– Classroom hands-on activities. Excellent materials!¬† Over 20 printable activities illustrating principles involved in the design of big structures such as dams, bridges and skyscrapers.
  • www.pbs.org/wgbh/buildingbig/educator/index.html¬†– Teacher and Volunteer training materials. Guide to leading classroom activities.
  • www.discovere.org/¬†– Links to numerous web resources for students, teachers and engineers. The site is also the portal for three new videos targeted to¬†middle school age students; the videos were produced by the National Engineers Week Foundation, designed to showcase the “cool” aspects of engineering and feature¬†middle school students.
  • www.lessonplanz.com¬†– They are lesson plans pages, with the right search criteria you can find some good science/math/physics demonstrations.
  • www.techbridgegirls.org¬†–¬†Inspiring girls to recognize their potential and pursue opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
  • Middle school students can see how their math and science skills measure up against other students worldwide.
  • Tutorials, practice opportunities and reasons why math and science matter in the world today.
  • Students and teachers can experience math in ways that mathematicians and scientists do.
  • Fun activities and real world applications (tied to the NCTM standards). Students see what mathematicians actually do.
  • www-k6.thinkcentral.com
  • Raytheon’s MathMovesU is an innovative program designed to engage middle school students with math at an age when their interest in the subject typically declines.¬† Middle school students can enter a “virtual world” of math and engage with games, polls, flash cards, word problems, and factoids all centered on their passions: music, sports, and fashion. Site features a glossary of math terms and a large number of hands-on worksheets for students looking for additional help and support.
  • http://www.mathmovesu.com/

http://www.engineergirl.org/ РFrom the National Academy of Engineering