Units that incorporate each component of STEM -- or science, technology, engineering and math -- and connect students to the larger world to achieve deeper learning are at the heart of project-based learning, Nevada-based STEM instructional coach Brian Crosby writes in this blog post. Crosby outlines steps for including each part of STEM, plus ideas that teachers can use to guide students to develop critical-thinking skills.
How to work all STEM components into lessons
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