My students need STEM learning Bundle, 30 STEM journals, and a STEM careers book set to continue to enhance our experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
This project expired on September 11, 2015.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
“Be the change you want to see in the world.” -Gandhi
Is one of our new quotes posted in our school as we work towards becoming a STEM school.
My group of 22 fourth graders come to school every day ready to explore and learn.
This is the first year our school is becoming a STEM Academy. Our school consists of over 400 students and a staff ready to learn and make changes on how we teach and prepare our students for the ever changing world.
Students will be using the Lakeshore STEM resources (STEM Bundle, STEM Journal, and STEM Careers Book set) during our STEM time. They will work together collaboratively to complete the STEM tasks from these kits. They will focus on thinking critically to solve real-world problems. They will use the engineering design process to ask, imagine, plan, create and improve their solution.
My students will also use what they learn during STEM time during literacy. They will focus on what they learned to write their plan and findings, focusing on what their group did to solve the problem.
These Lakeshore STEM materials will benefit my students in teaching them how to think and have a future outside of the classroom.
It will give them the opportunity to become engineers to solve real world problems in the 21st century. Recent reports have shown growth and demand for STEM jobs, these materials will help my students see opportunities in STEM careers.
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