Learn how to integrate STEM instruction into a K–2 curricula by putting science and math into action through inquiry and the engineering design process. In this workshop, participants explore best practices that encourage primary students to conceptualize and solve problems using the design process. They learn how to shift from traditional thematic teaching to engaging STEM activities that incorporate scientific literacy skills into authentic problem-solving thematic lessons by participating in activities that focus on higher-order thinking skills.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
K–2 Educators, Math and Science Specialists, Administrators, After-School Program Teachers, Directors
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 30
NUMBER OF DAYS: 1