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Children's Technology and Engineering: What's Inside?

May 15, 2018

HERE'S A SAMPLING OF WHAT'S AVAILABLE IN THE MAY ISSUE OF CHILDREN'S TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING

 

A Focus on Bridging Integrative STEM Communities:

Beyond the Schools

  • Cultivating a Family of Innovators through Design Thinking
  • Activity: Bridging Integrative STEM Communities: International Connections
  • Developing Technology Literacy: Third Graders Use Google Classroom
  • Activity: STEM Children’s Rhymes: Jack and Jill
  • Activity: Finding, Exploring, and Connecting STEM
  • Career Connections: Cartographers and Photogrammetrists
  • Literacy Strategies: Bridging Integrative STEM Communities: Beyond the Schools
  • Books to Briefs: Create Your Own Webpage
  • NASA's The Space Place: What’s it Like Inside Mars?
 

Notice: Children’s Technology and Engineering is sponsored by ITEEA’s Children’s Council. On July 1, 2018, the Children’s Council becomes the Elementary STEM Council to emphasize the importance of integrated STEM education at the elementary level. Children’s Technology and Engineering will become The Elementary STEM Journal at the same time to reflect the Council name change and an emphasis on a broader definition of STEM.

 

Children's Council of ITEEA members receive a complimentary subscription to Children's Technology and Engineering: A Journal for Elementary School Technology and Engineering Education. Go to the Journals page to view archived journals and to purchase optional subscriptions. 

 

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