Are you looking for easy ways to make your NGSS lessons more relevant and engaging while developing the next generation of STEM leaders and innovators? Explore 40 lucrative STEM careers, all specifically chosen and aligned with middle and high school Disciplinary Core Ideas (DCIs) of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Written by a licensed STEM educator, featuring OERs, simulations, engaging investigations, and inquiry-based activities. This introductory curriculum will expose your students to STEM careers, engage them in the practices and skills required in such professions, and connect seamlessly into your existing curriculum. Purchase includes:
- 40 Teacher Sheets
one for each STEM career, including NGSS alignment, questions to engage and explore, career connections, and a supporting lesson/activity
- 40 Student Sheets
one for each STEM career
including salary information,education requirements, necessary hard and soft skills, description of career, and supporting student resources (videos, simulations, etc.)
- 5 varieties of clickable tables of contents to help you quickly and easily find and access what you need (arranged according to DCI, disciplines of STEM, alphabetical, NGSS middle school standards, and by NGSS high school standards)
- one hour of free consulting services (phone or Skype) with the author to help you integrate this curriculum with your class in the most powerful manner possible, maximizing success
Here's what one of our customers said:
""So often students default to careers they are familiar with. CareersInSTEM exposes students to many different careers, and encourages them to think outside the nurse/lawyer/vet box. Plus I love that everything is aligned with the NGSS. It helps me to view the standards from a different lens and make my lessons more relevant for students."
- Don, 7th grade teacher
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