STEM by Design Book Discussion Guide

book study groupYou can use these study questions as you read STEM by Design (Routledge, 2017) individually or in a team. Often a team study will surface more ideas, generate discussions, and drive learning deeper. In either case, spend time with those questions that will generate the most learning for you.

Grab a journal to jot down ideas and information as you read this book. If you are working with others, discuss the answers to these questions together. If working alone, you can journal your answers.

If you’d like to share some of your thoughts here, as you work through the guide, use the Comments below!

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3 Responses

  1. Dallas Nelson says:

    Learning that STEM wasn’t only an integration of all four subjects, but the application and process of solving real world problems is new for me. I am 100% behind teaching this way. It grasps all learning types. It also requires teamwork and dives deeper for a better understanding of the concepts in each of on those subjects. My question is, is it affordable for all schools to supply students with materials for designs and prototypes.

  2. Gwana Thompson says:

    Many skills can be built through STEM, such as creativity, critical thinking, innovation, problem-solving, and teamwork, which will help students to be successful in the future. STEM also empowers students with new ways to create, innovate, iterate, and reflect, which are directly related to the skills students will need to be prepared

  3. Gwana Thompson says:

    I have enjoyed learning about how to implement STEM as an educator. With STEM growing as rapidly as it is, it is definitely worth learning about.

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