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Teaching STEM Literacy

Title 2:
A Constructivist Approach for Ages 3 to 8
By:
Juliana Texley & Ruth M. Ruud
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2017
Pages:
178
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781605445622
Item Code:
TSLA
Price: $39.95
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Teaching STEM Literacy is comprised of ready-made, open-ended lessons reviewed and tested by teachers, which help educators integrate STEM learning into the early childhood classroom. Lessons are linked to the Next Generation Science Standards, and encourage creative ideas for three-dimensional STEM learning that are developmentally appropriate and exemplified through children's literature. 

The three-dimensional STEM learning—content, concepts, and practices—comes in twelve, ready-made open-ended teaching units that make it easy to teach science and inquiry to young children. This book uses the 5E framework (engagement, exploration, explanation, elaboration, and evaluation) to cultivate children's skills of observation, questioning, and data collection by combining discovery, problem solving, and engineering solutions to authentic questions that young children might ask. 

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