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Recent Posts by Sandra
Tue, Oct 06, 2020 5:44 AM in STEM and Fairy Tales
Thank you for sharing these ideas, Wendy! They are wonderful and so adaptable to so many stories! I will definitely be saving the link for future use.
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Tue, Oct 06, 2020 5:13 AM in STEM on a budget
This is a great idea! I am definitely looking for the videos you mentioned and putting it on my list of future projects!
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Recent Reviews by Sandra
Wed, Oct 07, 2020 5:14 AM
A novel approach!
The free sample introductory chapter describes the research behind the ideas and cases of integration of English Language Arts (ELA) and engineering found in the rest of this book. Novel Engineering is described as a unique and powerful opportunity to engage students in the problem-solving process of engineering while also using the reading comprehension and interpretation of novels to provide the context for the problem-solving portion of STEM. This first chapter does an outstanding job of taking out the guesswork and trial and error component that often accompanies new integration strategies. The writers provide a brief history and walk the teacher through the guiding principles and give plenty of examples so that even a novice teacher can succeed with Novel Engineering.
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