|#1||Read - Science Resources Background|
INFOhio has many resources for STEAM instruction. As you review these resources, think of your instructional units. How could you integrate scientific thinking into your units using these resources?
Science Online provides a comprehensive, curriculum-oriented overview of a broad range of scientific disciplines including Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Technology and more. You and your students can search by subject, type of resources or even by standard.
Science Reference Center includes full text science-oriented content from magazines, science encyclopedias, books and other sources. Math, engineering and technology are also an important part of Science Reference Center.
Science Reference Center includes:
|#2||Search - Science Online|
Watch the "Science Online Video Tutorial for Teachers".
|Search Science Online. As you begin your exploration, think of an instructional unit you can tweak like the lesson ideas in the “Nudging Toward Inquiry” article to help your students think like a scientist. Download the Explore Science Online PDF for a list of resources in Science Online to explore.|
|#3||Search - Science Reference Center|
Search Science Reference Center. As you begin your exploration, think of an instructional unit you can tweak like the lesson ideas in the “Nudging Toward Inquiry” article to help your students think like a scientist. Download the Explore Science Reference Center PDF for a list of activities to explore Science Reference Center.
|#4||Watch - INFOhio's Digital Video Collection for Teachers|
INFOhio’s DVC has over 2800 instructional videos that are free to Ohio districts, teachers, and students. The videos can be downloaded, streamed or embedded into a learning management system. Many include materials for educators and over 280 are closed captioned. Watch the video tutorial, INFOhio's Digital Video Collection for Teachers.
|#5||Explore - INFOhio's Digital Video Collection|
- Go to the Digital Video Collection, or the DVC, and check out the DVC playlists featuring Mathematics and Climate Change.
- Click the playlist of Bill Nye videos. Choose a video, read the summary and open the teachers’ guide.
- Search for a video on a STEAM topic that you can use with your students.