How to Design Your Curriculum to Incorporate STEM Principles (2 sessions)
How to design your curriculum to incorporate STEM Principles (2 sessions) by Tabitha Leonard
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning is the acquisition of knowledge and skills through experience and study. It is in an interdisciplinary or integrated approach where students gain and apply knowledge, deepen their understanding and develop creative and critical thinking skills within an authentic context.
The two sessions explore what STEM education is, and how a STEM integrated curriculum can be designed in the context of the NZC
- Explore the meaning of STEM education
- Look at examples of STEM lessons.
- Design a STEM lesson for an identified curriculum area.
- Design an inquiry for their identified STEM lesson or series of lessons in their school/classroom.
- Reflect on their inquiry in action.
- Explore examples of NZQA achievement standards that have been planned in a STEM context.
Design a STEM curriculum approach for a unit of work.
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