Alongside our DPSM STEM Series you will find a selection of online series here related to STEM and STEAM that you can use in your classroom
DPSM STEM Series
Welcome to the DPSM STEM Series.
In this episode, we explore Ocean Literacy with Galway Atlantaquaria. Learn about the species commonly found on Irish shores, food sustainability and what you can do to protect our oceans.
Ocean literacy is defined as an understanding of the ocean's influence on you, and your influence on the ocean.
This is the first in a series to be launched by DPMS in 2021 – once completed, all episodes will be updated with pre-teach resources for teachers and worksheets for students/home schoolers.
Visit the DPSM STEM series here.
STEAMLab by DLR Libraries
This video series is brought to you by DLR Libraries in association with Mark the Science Guy and supported by the Dormant Accounts Fund. The resources used throughout this series are part of the SFI Discover Primary Science and Maths programme and ESERO Ireland.
Visit the STEAMLab Youtube playlist here.
Irish Water Forum – Water and Sustainability
'The Story of Water’ is a documentary that focuses on the critical value of our most precious natural resource and explores the ongoing threats to its future - both globally and in Ireland. Featuring Ireland’s coastal and inland waterways - as well as contributions from engineers, planners and consumers - the documentary explores the development and current state of Ireland’s public water network.
Visit the Irish Water Forum Youtube channel here.
PDST Primary STEM
Explore innovations and ingenuity in the world around us and consider their relevance in the daily lives of our pupils. Develop thematic, cross-curricular ideas for classroom learning experiences, inspired by examples of STEM in our world.
Visit the Youtube channel here.
Dan and Midlands Science have joined forces to bring you some "Science at Home" videos while we're all at home slowing the spread of the corona virus! Tune in and learn about the science behind everyday objects in your own home. We'll try to keep it light-hearted and entertaining for people of all ages, with a new object in each episode!
Visit the Science at Home playlist here.