This is a brief post which I hope will be very useful for all of you who teach STEM subjects both at Primary and Secondary levels. I developed a seminar session on STEM resources last academic year and I recommended you to register on the National STEM Centre website. If you have not registered yet, this is a great moment to do so because there have been very powerful developments on the website. Among them, right now I would like to suggest that you should enter the resources section and start having a look at the collections that best suit your teaching objectives.
If you enter this link, you will be able to filter the resources you need by subject, age, key stage, type and publication year. All pdf files are downloadable for free but there are other resources which may be interesting for you too: videos, simulations, lectures, games, and many others.
This website also gives you the chance to share your work and find helpful teacher-made resources to use in your teaching. You can see these resources made by other teachers here.
Needless to say that this powerful platform I am writing about needs a deep analysis and that is one of the topics I will develop in our next seminar session on January 8th 2019.
Therefore, I would like to finish this post by telling you that it was a pleasure to work with you in 2018 and I promise to continue helping you to develop your content areas through English in 2019.