I'm a 3rd year HS science teacher who has been placed onto a team that has been charged with the duty of creating a brand-new STEM course of study at our building. We've been at work for several months, and the overall design of the new program looks pretty good. However, I'm a little concerned about how this is going to look in action. Beginning next year, I will be team teaching with a math teacher (whom I get along with well) in a block course that will combine honors-level physical science and honors-level algebra 2 for a class of 25-30 9th graders. This block course is to have a STEM focus and be inquiry-based, all while achieving the normal state-expected benchmarks. Here's my question - Does anyone know of any resources out there that might help? Curriculum materials, textbooks, Internet resources... anything would help. I've never taught in this style before (I'm usually a take-notes-and-then-a-test type of teacher), so this change is both exciting and daunting. PS - We're 1:1 iPad at my school, and students in this program will be 1:1 MacBook Air. Thanks in advance for any help!