FREE Download: 2012 AuthenticSTEM Guide

Here it is!  The 2012 AuthenticSTEM Guide to STEM Education Resource.

This guide includes resources that support each of the 8 keys to Education Reform through STEM.   Please note that the free guide is made available to you at no cost, and is mainly made up of affordable resources that can be utilized almost immediately.  Please feel free to share with anyone you feel may benefit from the information.

DOWNLOAD FREE AUTHENTICSTEM GUIDE NOW

Who It’s For

Teachers, administrators, parents and anyone otherwise interested in better preparing our children for college or a career involving STEM. Get started immediately with the resources included and see your STEM toolkit fill with creative and useful ideas to make a difference for your students.

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Is It Helpful? Two Simple Requests

1) Let me know. Share your feedback in the comments section or write me directly.

2) Help spread the word. Pass this along to colleagues and friend who may be involved or interested in STEM Education. Feel free to use any of the share options at the bottom of this post.

Thanks! I can’t wait to hear about how you’ve used any of the resources included in the STEM Guide

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This entry was published on January 17, 2012 at 11:33 am. It’s filed under Engineering Education, Innovation, Project Based Learning, Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

6 thoughts on “FREE Download: 2012 AuthenticSTEM Guide

  1. Can corrections to errors be made on this catalog? Under “Inspire”, for the City Lights Astronomical Society for Students (CLASS), both the website and email address are printed wrong. the website is http://www.classusa.org, and the email is john@classusa.org. Thank you so much for your good work.

  2. Doesn’t download as a PDF. You can only access it, but not “download” it.

    Can’t find ssearch function.

    First impression: not helpful.

  3. Pingback: STEM Resources: One Stop Shopping Guide for Programs and Organizations Dedicated to Supporting STEM « KIDS Consortium's Blog

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