A nice collection of resources that will allow you browse various STEAM lessons that will work for your content area and get your creative juices flowing to look at a variety of subject matters in a different light.
We've heard of the increasing emphasis on STEM subjects, but this article focuses on STEAM, which integrates the arts into science, math, and technology lessons.Clever ideas for lessons across these disciplines.
Here is a web quest I created in conjunction with our history teacher during a cross-curricular unit on the Great Depression. While she was teaching FDR's New Deal and the plight of midwestern farmers, I was reinforcing this by reading the book Out of the Dust, which takes place during the same time period. One example of the many collaborations we do as history and English teachers throughout the year.
This is an older resource, but one that I still consult in my classroom for the structure of a solid interdisciplinary unit from start to finish. If you're looking for a reliable, research-based framework, this is an excellent book.
A veteran educator shares her examples of being able to still meet standards and state requirements while integrating cross-curricular activities. This would be an excellent video to persuade a reluctant colleague who believes that they will not be meeting required benchmarks if they decide to incorporate this into their classroom.