STEM Jobs #DoWhatYouLove. How outstanding women in STEM fields overcame obstacles – Lesson Plan. “Well-behaved women seldom make history” – Lesson Plan. By Katie Gould and Elizabeth Jones Introduction Since Harvard professor Laurel Thatcher Ulrich coined the phrase, “Well-behaved women seldom make history” in the 1970s, those words have become a slogan for girls hoping to break the mold.
This lesson plan challenges students to identify negative stereotypes about women and men, introduces students to Anne Bonny (a woman who breaks traditional gender stereotypes) and gives them the opportunity to use creative writing skills to create their own profile on one of four other “rule-breaking” women in history.
It should be noted that there are many myths and legends about the unconventional women chosen for this exercise, so students should be mindful of which resources they choose to use during their research and how they present their information. Subjects Social studies, English, women’s studies, women’s history month, gender studies Estimated Time Thirty minutes in-class time and an hour for homework Grade Level High school Materials Stereotypes.
Bay Bridge Info. Next Generation Science Standards. STEM to STEAM. Airships for the 21st Century. Illustration: Boeing Up There: The SkyHook airship, a joint project of Boeing and the Canadian company SkyHook International, is a rotary-airship hybrid that will haul oil-drilling equipment in northern Canada.
Although nonrigid airships aren't weighed down by an internal framework, they still have to support the gases, fabric, and other components, as well as any payload. Obviously, the greater the airship's weight, the larger the volume of lifting gas needed and the bigger the envelope size. As the size increases, so does the vehicle's surface area and consequently the amount of aerodynamic drag during flight. These and other factors dictate the amount of power required to propel the airship through the sky. Although people pilot most of today's airships, the newer designs are increasingly pilot optional, meaning that a crew can fly them during tests or initial deployments and then quickly switch them to remote operation. More ambitious is the U.S. VSTE - Virginia Society for Technology in Education.
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After getting the device, it is time to find the good apps to put on the iPAD or iPod Touch. I am putting a page up Best Educational Apps for Kids by age and subjects. This list is Math Apps for Kindergarten and Early Elementary Kids. I am sure there are a lot more apps out there, if you have an app you’d like to add to the list, please add the app’s name at the comment area. I will periodically update the lists based on readers’ inputs. Before we get into the list, I want to remind all the parents or grandparents, please make sure child-proof your iPAD, iPod, iPhone before handing them over to the kids. Best Educational Apps for Kids: Math Apps for Kindergarden and Early Elementary Kids: Khan Academy (Free): Although it is not a math specific app, I like the math tutoring very much.
SplashMath Grade 1 to 5 ($4.99 iPhone, $9.99 iPAD): a series of math apps that is linked to US school math curriculum. Science ~ STEMs ~ Physics ~ Machines. Chevron - Energyville. eCYBERMISSION. eGFI - Read the Magazine. Read the Magazine on your tablet or mobile device Download the magazine and read it anytime.
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These free resources for our teachers provide information about the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and PARCC assessments. This includes information for educators at all levels on a wide variety of topics such as Curriculum Tools and Instruction, Diverse Student Populations, Higher Education, Communication, Leadership, etc. To access these free resources, click on the “Get Free Resources” button below and create a profile. Once registered, you will have unlimited access to these resources and all new resources created in partnership with PARCC, Achieve, and the state Educator Leader Cadres. Get Free Resources. Hell, there are no rules here – we’re trying to accomplish something.Thomas Edison.