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Promoting STEM Through Literature (In Person)

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    Promoting STEM Through Literature (In Person)

    Use literature to get your students excited about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) by actively involving them in the design thinking process. Participants in this in person event learn to use these resources with students in a virtual environment and how to implement Design Thinking in virtual maker education

    Each of the titles selected for the project shares a story where something was built or invented by designing, planning, gathering materials, and creating. In addition to strengthening literacy skills, your students will develop inquiry and problem-solving skills. They will also see that with perseverance, anyone can be innovative and invent new things. The project is available for free at stemandlit.com.


Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
   
01/11/2024 9:30 AM-4:00 PM The Henry Ford Museum
Title Promoting STEM Through Literature @The Henry Ford
Seats Remaining 12
Session Contact Kerry Guiliano
Email :guiliak@melnapschools.com
Instructor(s) Judy Bowling
Kerry Guiliano
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Credits
6 SCECHs

Use literature to get your students excited about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) by actively involving them in the design thinking process. Participants in this in person event learn to use these resources with students and how to implement Design Thinking.

Each of the titles selected for the project shares a story where something was built or invented by designing, planning, gathering materials, and creating. In addition to strengthening literacy skills, your students will develop inquiry and problem-solving skills. They will also see that with perseverance, anyone can be innovative and invent new things. The project is available for free at stemandlit.com.

This session will be held at The Henry Ford museum; 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124.  Attendees can park in the museum lot and enter through the Welcome Center. Doors open at 9:00am.  A voucher will be provided for lunch at the museum's café.


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