Digital Learning Resources

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Lesson

STEMCareer

All / Rani Wemel

Happy Digital Learning Day from all of us at LTT Global. Enjoy FREE access to STEMCareer Learning Platform from 25 February - 31 March 2021, for Pre-School, Elementary and High School. STEM Education creates Critical Thinkers, increases Science Literacy, and enables the next generation of Innovators.

  • Engineering
  • English Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
Activity

CHM Virtual Scavenger Hunt

6-8 / Kate McGregor

Discover the treasures of Revolution: The First 2,000 Years of Computing. CHM virtual scavenger hunt is specially designed for students in grades 6–12 and explores the exhibit's key artifacts and stories.

  • Digital Citizenship
  • Engineering
  • History/Civics
  • Science
Activity

Standards-aligned Courses

3-5 / Desmond Martin

Curriculum is aligned to standards that include the NGSS Grade Band Engineering Technology Standards, Common Core Math and ELA as they relate to the NGSS ETS standards, and ISTE, CSTA and 21st Century Skills standards related to emerging technologies and STEM.

  • 3D Printing
  • Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Other
Lesson

Exploration of 3D Development Using Tinkercad

6-8 / Desmond Martin

In this lesson, students will build a deeper understanding of the ways 3D printing is being used today. Students will then use Tinkercad to modify or design an object that solves a real-world problem using CAD software.

  • 3D Printing
  • Engineering
Lesson

Monumental Ideas

All / Elizabeth Lee

Explore the National Mall virtually with Monumental Ideas! Engage students in STEAM based learning with a set of tools to discover and investigate the Lincoln and MLK Jr. memorials. Comprehensive lesson plans are provided for K-12.

  • Engineering
  • History/Civics
  • Mathematics
  • Science
Lesson

Hockey Scholar

All / Chris Woods

Future Goals Hockey Scholar lessons are terrific real-world STEM connections for kids. My favorite part is the career videos included that go behind the scenes at a hockey game to show kids that sports need "mathletes" as much as they need "athletes."

  • Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Science
Instructional Tool

Virtual Field Trips

6-8 / Tara Komar

These 25-minute virtual field trips introduce students to inspiring innovators in science, technology, and engineering. Their stories show how technology can be used to solve some of the world's biggest challenges.

  • Engineering
  • Science
Activity

Engineering at Home (Spanish)

3-5 / Tara Komar

These fun Spanish-language DIY engineering and at-home activities can be put together with inexpensive store-bought materials or objects from around the house. We’ve also included some brain breaks like jigsaw puzzles, coloring pages and more.

  • Art
  • Engineering
  • Science
Activity

Engineering at Home

3-5 / Tara Komar

These fun DIY engineering and at-home activities can be put together with inexpensive store-bought materials or objects you find around the house. We’ve also included some brain breaks like jigsaw puzzles, coloring pages and more.

  • Art
  • Engineering
  • Science
Lesson

Design Challenge Learning Resources

6-8 / Tara Komar

Design Challenge Learning is a dynamic way for learners to become creative problem-solvers. These engineering-based challenges are ideal for augmenting learning in ELA, math, science and social studies, making content relevant through a student-centered approach.

  • Engineering
  • Science
Lesson

STEAM Challenge: Sphero Operated Watercraft

All / Carrie Farrell

Overview - STEAM challenges are fun, interactive, and engage learners in activities that challenge students to use creativity, critically think and collaborate. Learners use the stages of design in simple steps of the process in order to build Sphero-based creations. The Hydro-hypothesis challenge leverages Sphero’s ability to swim to test whether

  • Coding
  • Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Science
Lesson

How Much Can We Trust YouTube for Reliable Information?

9-12 / Liana Holmberg

Students in grades 6-12 watch this informative and entertaining video to learn about the pros and cons of how YouTube algorithms that feed viewers popular, but not necessarily accurate, content. Then, they share their own opinion and practice arguing from evidence and even media making.

  • Digital Citizenship
  • Engineering
  • English Language Arts
  • History/Civics
Instructional Tool

Engineering Journal - Google Slide

All / Ashley Jackson

Need a digital journal for your students to record their lab or project in? On this Google Slides, students will go through steps of an engineering process to complete a project from understanding the problem, trial observations, and reflection questions.

  • Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Science