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This webinar is part of the October 2015 ISTE Professional Learning Series.
Interested in incorporating STEM into your curriculum but you have a limited budget for resources? Come learn how our 3rd grade STEM students learn and apply the Boston Museum of Science Engineering Design Process using spaghetti, index cards, lifesavers, pipe cleaners, shoeboxes, and various other household items to tackle collaborative and independent design challenges, and how yours can too. These lessons are adaptable down to kindergarten and up to 5th and beyond. We’ll share how we mobilize our school community to help with the bits and pieces that fuel STEM projects.
Presented by the ISTE STEM Network.
Learn how integrating Computational Thinking and STEM result in authentic project based learning for your students. Utilize edtech tools to insure high learner engagement. Tools include- web and app-based coding apps and games; robotics for all ages including the Finch, Dash & Dot, and Cubetto; and digital & physical play integration tools including the OSMO, Cardboard VR/AR, and 3D printers. Don't miss this fast-paced discussion of STEM in action!
Combine discovery, exploration, hands-on building activities and the design process, and find out how makerspace environments encourage students to collaborate and demonstrate creative thinking and problem solving while sparking their interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
Turn STEM into STEAM (Dec. 3, 2014)
The Maker Movement: A Pathway to Innovation for STEM Learners (Nov. 12, 2014)
Global STEMprenuers (Oct. 22, 2014)
STEM in K-5: Start computational thinking early! (Oct. 15, 2014)
Equity in Education: Actively Engaging Girls in STEM Education (Oct. 1, 2014)
Integrating STEM Learning Tools in the K-12 Classrooms (Sept. 10, 2014)
The True Meaning of STEM - (Sept. 3, 2014)