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STEM Education for High-Ability Learners

Title 2:
Designing and Implementing Programming
By:
Bronwyn MacFarlane
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2015
Pages:
150
Size:
7" x 10"
ISBN:
9781618214324
Item Code:
SEHA
Price: $39.95
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STEM Education for High-Ability Learners: Designing and Implementing Programming focuses on the rigorous articulation of quality STEM education programming to develop STEM talent among high-ability and gifted learners. The intent of this book is to provide a comprehensive resource for educators designing and implementing each of the supports within STEM education by providing a discussion of each critical component for inclusion in a planned, coherent, and high-quality sequenced system. This edited volume provides a cutting-edge discussion of best practices for delivering STEM education by experts in the field. The contributing authors provide a differentiated discussion and recommendations for the learning experiences of gifted students in STEM education programs.

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