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Best STEM Books You Should Read

While there are many courses and tutorials online, learning from a book is still one of the best ways to greatly improve your skills. Below I have selected top Stem books.

Picture-Perfect STEM Lessons, 3-5: Using Children s Books to Inspire STEM Learning – PB422X2 (2017)

 Best STEM Books You Should Read"Teachers in our district have been fans of Picture-Perfect Science for years, and it s made a huge impact on how they fit science into their school day.
Author(s): Emily Morgan, Karen Ansberry

Picture-Perfect STEM Lessons, K 2: Using Children s Books to Inspire STEM Learning – PB422X1 (2017)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadTeachers in our district have been fans of Picture-Perfect Science for years, and it s made a huge impact on how they fit science into their school day.
Author(s): Emily Morgan, Karen Ansberry

Making and Tinkering With STEM: Solving Design Challenges With Young Children (2017)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadTinker, make, engineer―solving problems from picture books Can you build a sturdy house that is safe from the big, bad wolf? Imagine your dream car. What special features does it have? What can you use to create it? Teaching and learning STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) is more accessible than ever before!
Author(s): Cate Heroman

Stem Cell Therapy: A Rising Tide: How Stem Cells Are Disrupting Medicine and Transforming Lives (2017)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadStem cells are the repair cells of your body.  When there aren’t enough of them, or they aren’t working properly, chronic diseases can manifest and persist. From industry leaders, sport stars, and Hollywood icons to thousands of everyday, ordinary people, stem cell therapy has helped when standard medicine failed. Many of them had lost hope.
Author(s): Neil H Riordan

SuperScience STEM Instant Activities: Grades 4-6: 30 Hands-on Investigations With Anchor Texts and Videos (2017)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadThis comprehensive pack features 15 engaging topics—including animal senses, dinosaurs, wild weather, earthquakes, forces, and properties of matter—that support the Next Generation Science Standards. Includes 15 self-contained folders, one for each science topic.
Author(s): Katherine Burkett

STEM Lesson Essentials, Grades 3-8: Integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (2013)

 Best STEM Books You Should Read“STEM Lesson Essentials moves beyond the rhetoric and provides knowledge, tools, models, and examples that make STEM a reality of teaching and learning in classrooms.” -Rodger Bybee, Executive Director (Retired), Biological Sciences Curriculum Study Want to know how to implement authentic STEM teaching and learning into your classroom?
Author(s): Jo Anne Vasquez, Michael Comer, et al.

The Case for STEM Education: Challenges and Opportunities – PB337X (2013)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadIf you re an education leader concerned with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiatives, this book will help you both understand and implement STEM action plans. The book starts by putting STEM in context, as the early chapters outline the challenges facing STEM education, draw lessons from the Sputnik moment of the 1950s and 1960s, and contrast contemporary STEM with other education reforms.
Author(s): Rodger W. Bybee

Year Round Project-Based Activities for STEM PreK-K: Grades Prek-K (2013)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadWondering how to incorporate science, technology, engineering, and math PLUS collaboration, critical thinking, problem-solving, and digital literacy into the curriculum? You can do it with project-based learning. Each book presents several units that require students to think creatively and to put what they are learning into practice.
Author(s): Kathryn Kurowski

From STEM to STEAM: Brain-Compatible Strategies and Lessons That Integrate the Arts (2018)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadWeave arts activities to STEM instruction, and STEAM ahead to academic success  Arts activities enhance the skills critical for achieving STEM success, but how do busy STEM educators integrate the arts into sometimes inflexible STEM curriculum? This new edition of From STEM to STEAM explores emerging research to detail the way. It includes: The main objective of both art and science is discovery.
Author(s): David A. Sousa, Thomas J. Pilecki

STEM by Design (2016)

 Best STEM Books You Should ReadHow do you create effective STEM classrooms that energize students, help them grow into creative thinkers and collaborators, and prepare them for their futures? This practical book from expert Anne Jolly has all the answers and tools you need to get started or enhance your current program.
Author(s): Anne Jolly

Best Stem Books You Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some stem books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Root to Stem: A seasonal guide to natural recipes and remedies for everyday life

Author(s): Alex Laird
ID: 2394961, Publisher: Penguin, Year: 25 Apr 2019, Size: 11 Mb, Format: epub

Human Naïve Pluripotent Stem Cells (Methods in Molecular Biology, 2416)

Author(s): Peter Rugg-Gunn (editor)
ID: 3160978, Publisher: Humana, Year: 2022, Size: 10 Mb, Format: pdf

Writing Steam: Composition, Stem, and a New Humanities

Author(s): Vivian Kao (editor), Julia E Kiernan (editor)
ID: 3186054, Publisher: Routledge, Year: 2022, Size: 6 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are truly hot items according to The Wall Street Journal, others are written by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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