In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we wish to serve the STEM community by sharing resources here and through social media. This page will be organically developing to fit the needs of STEM educators. For example, follow our ScienceWerkz Twitter account for graphics and other resources that can be useful for teaching science concepts relevant to the learners today. Select tweets are found below.
From Genetic Science Learning Center, this is the main page...definitely check this out, plenty of resources with interactive elements too for the topic of "Evolution: DNA and the Unity of Life" #NABT #NSTA #Biology #Teachers #TeacherLessons #OnlineTeaching pic.twitter.com/3GOUc4cAES— STEMWerkz (@StemWerkz) March 24, 2020
South Korea and US had their first case on the same day in January. What is the most likely trajectory of the US in one week? Explain your reasoning and math. #ngss #NSTA #STEM #mathchat pic.twitter.com/ebVcrqUCHI— sciencewerkz (@sciwerkz) March 24, 2020
If you are looking for a good book to read this weekend, then you might want to check this one out at your local library...COVID-19 isn’t the flu, but it’s good to learn from history rather than repeat it... #SpanishFlu #COVID19 #nsta20 #STEM #WashYourHands pic.twitter.com/wcEJIVctCE— sciencewerkz (@sciwerkz) March 14, 2020
A nice interactive resource for studying genetic relationships. Use this to have students ask questions about genetic relationships... #phylogenetictree #NSTA #NABT https://t.co/NjETSnmrs6 pic.twitter.com/mE41Fdbq8x— STEMWerkz (@StemWerkz) March 24, 2020