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Powerpoint for the TENN-SHARE Datafest September 25, 2014.

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  • 1. simpl-ESTEMDiane R. ChenDiane.chen@mnps.orgTwitter: hcstemlibraryFacebook: dianerchenHattie Cotton STEM Magnet Elem

2. STEM ISSCIENCETECHNOLOGY ANDMATHEMATICS THROUGH THEENGINEERING DESIGNPROCESS 3. Engineering Design Process 4. STEM IS HANDS - ON 5. AllstudentsneedSTEM 6. The 5 EsEngageExploreExplainExtendEvaluate 7. Engage Ask great questions Inspire with illustrations and objects Use storytelling to capture attention Present or create a problem Use whiteboards to introduce and havestudents write and participate Build connections between what studentknows & wants to know Use realia Have an event 8. Provide Science MagazinesScholastic Classroom Magazines likeDynaMath, SuperScience, ScienceSpin for grades K-1, 2, 3-6, Math,Science World. SuperScience includesclassroom codes for online resources,smartboards, worksheets, more 9. MagazinesAppleseeds, Ask, Chickadee, Chirp,Cricket, Dig, Ladybug, Muse,National Geographic Little Kids,Odyssey, Owl, Ranger Rick, RangerRick Jr. , Reptiles, Spider, Yum Food& Fun, Zoomaf, Zoonooz, Zootles 10. Magazines for adultsPopular Science,Discover,Consumer Reports (technology),NSTA 11. Explore An essential part of every libraryactivity Hands-on Activities with guidance Give opportunities for movement Inquiry based Interactivity Safe zones Reading! 12. My PLC: LM_NETRobert Joyces hit involving movement in the schoollibrary Scavenger hunts Use index cards for students to hold whilealphabetizing themselves Bean bags with the letters of the alphabet Discovery learning through examining DeweyDecimal groupings of books 13. Explain Teachers and librarians check forunderstanding and clear upmisconceptions. Conceptual clarity Videos Experts Direct instruction and corrections Peer learning 14. ExtendExtend, Enhance, EnrichPublishBudding Scientist an elementaryschool research journalhttp://vanderbilt.educ/cso/bsj.php 15. Great LessonSTEAM-Y STORYTIME: CONSTRUCTION!From Claudia Haines blog fantastic public library lesson 16. Evaluate An essential part that should force youto loop back to other parts of the cycle Real Life Authentic Audiences Identifying what is next to learn or study 17. Think Likea Scientistteachachildcatalog.comThink Like a Scientist Mini Bulletin Board Set$6.99 18. Free StuffEngineering Is ElementaryEie.orgEngineering Adventuresis a FREE curriculum created especially forkids in grades 3 5 in out-of-school timeprograms! Follow the adventurous duoIndia and Jacob around the world andsolve real-life problems through theengineering design process.Engineering Everywhereis a FREE engineering curriculumfor middle school-aged youth inafterschool and camp programs.EE empowers youth to tacklereal-world engineeringproblems using the engineeringdesign process, creativity, andcollaboration. 19. Free stuff key themes of the engineering designprocess are teamwork and design.Engineering is ElementaryMA Science Standard 2.1 Grades 6-8NASA Grades K-4 or Grades 5-12Sally Ride Science - Engineering Design Process PosterSally Ride Science - Rules of BrainstormingDesign Squad (pdf)The Works: A Hands-On Museum (pdf) 20. Free StuffLEGO club School EditionLEGOeducation.usToll-free 800-362-4308 21. Science Buddies*Teacher's Guide to Science Projects*Science Fair Project Grading Rubrics*Other Classroom ResourcesScience Projects mapped to NGSS Core Teaching Standards:Teachers Guide to Student Resources on Science Buddies:Printable Copies of our Science Fair Project Guide Webpages:*Scientific Method Classroom Poster:36" x 20" classroom poster download the PDF or poster-sizedversion is available for purchase.Comparison of the Scientific Method and the Engineering DesignProcess: side-by-side comparison of the two methods, suitable forprinting as a classroom poster. 22. Science Buddies 23. http://teachers.egfi-k12.orgSafer highways. Cool phone apps. Greenbuildings. Thrilling roller coasters. 24. Bio-Rad Presentations for Workshops and forTeachingGrant Money For Teachers in the U.S. Only 25. Great Books 11 Experiments That Failed Monkey with a Toolbelt Papas Mechanical Fish Norwood House Press A Great Idea: Engineering IGGY PECK, ARCHITECT by Andrea Beaty Marvelous Mattie by Emily Arnold McCully What Floats in a Moat? Coppernickel, The Invention by Wouter van Reek Captain Arsenio: Inventions and (Mis)adventures inFlight by Pablo Bernasconi Biographies! Girls Research! Amazing Tales ofFemale Scientists by Jennifer Phillips 26. Great Web SourcesNational Geographic Start www.girlstart.orgNEAs list: list: Graduate Fellows Binders 27. Pinterest Boards*** 28. iPad apps Me and Unroll MeSudokuPlayground app to build bridgesMathstormKids count money USA 29. Ask the PublishersEvery publisher online has links toSTEM resources. Use their work tosave you time to develop interactivestations in the library. 30. Examples from PublishersEnslows list of MathematicsEnslows list of STEM titlesFolletts link to STEM titlesCapstone search STEMGareth StevensMillbrook (a Lerner imprint)Lerner STEM Trailblazer Bios 31. Books I am purchasingBearport Publishings Science Slamtitles like Rock-ology 32. AASL STEM task-forceCHARGE: To gather, prepare and disseminate informationon the school librarians role in STEM.FUNCTIONS:1. Search AASLs current resources to find existing STEMcontent and resources (eCOLLAB, KQ, ACHIEVEdocument).2. Investigate collaboration with other STEM initiativesoutside of ALA.3. Create awareness within AASL of school librarian role inSTEM4. Develop a toolkit or other appropriate resources. 33. AASL STEM task-force sue kowalski 34. Dont forget these teacher resourcesare on my school web page Feb 17 2014; Research Skills andUsing Videos with Ms Chen.Training sheet used with teachers 35. Get-Togethers / PLCSometimes the best way to learn howto share STEM is to experience it.Come by and visit our STEM school.Plan a day to look at books. Contactme at