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  1. How Do You STEM? EEA 2012Elementary STEMDay 2

  2. STEM STEM ELA SCIENCE MATH TECHNOLOGY SOCIAL STUDIES FINE ARTS ENGINEERING

  3. STEM Day 2 Agenda(Content Session)

  4. Day 2 Outcomes Participants will: • engage in STEM Standards of Practice through hands-on STEM learning experiences. • learn to Stop, Think, Ask, and Connect (STAC), and reflect on STEM learning experiences. • connect STEM Standards of Practice to content. • plan STEM unit seeds from an existing lesson. • learn how to chart student’s performance progress in STEM (Introduced on EEA Day 3) .

  5. Preparing STEM Proficient Students

  6. STEM Learning Experiences

  7. Stop, Think, Ask, and Connect (STAC) S Stop during your STEM learning experiences to check for understanding and connect content. T Think about the content, practices and/or processes you will use or are using during your learning experiences. A Ask yourself and/or others questions to clarify expectations, to investigate global issues, or to solve real world problems or challenges. C Connect learning experiences to global issues, problems or challenges.

  8. STEM Unit Seed: Clifford The Big Red Dog

  9. STEM Learning Experiences

  10. Connecting ELA & STEM Clifford the Big Red Dog, by Norman Bridwell

  11. Complex Questions

  12. Let’s Build A Dog House For Clifford Here is one model picture of a dog house. Remember Clifford is a “Big Dog”. So the conditions are for you to: • use all the straws, • build a tall and wide structure that resembles a dog house, • and use only the materials presented on the table to build your structure.

  13. STEM And Engineering: Building Clifford A Dog House Brainstorm Imagine Identify Problems Ask Questions Tests Solutions Present Evaluate and Refine Create Plans Create Models

  14. STEM TEAM Reflection

  15. STEM Unit Seed Pictures : People And Pets

  16. STEM Learning Experiences

  17. Do wild animals make good pets? Why?

  18. Do domestics animals make good pets? Why?

  19. What’s the most popular pet around the world?

  20. #1 Most Popular Pet Around The World Cats The most popular pet around the world by population is the domestic cat. In 2006 there were staggering 202 million cats being kept as pets around the world, with 93 million cats living in 38 million American households in 2008.

  21. #2 Most Popular Pet Around The World Dogs Although in the United States there were 45 million households with dogs in 2008, worldwide they are the #2 pet of choice. The most recent data for world dog ownership is for 2006, and shows there are 171 million dogs living as pets around the globe.

  22. Dogs Are A Part of People’s Family http://www.schooltube.com/video/a14dfa5d25244676958c/

  23. People and Dogs: Differences and Similarities People Are Different Dogs Are Different

  24. Dogs Are Different Dogs With Big Eyes Dogs With Big Tongue Dogs With Big Ears Dogs With Big Hair

  25. People Need Water Daily Dogs Need Water Daily

  26. People Need Food Daily Dogs Need Food Daily

  27. People Need to Exercise Dogs Need to Exercise

  28. People Need Rest Dogs Need Rest

  29. People Like Going For Walks Dogs Like Going For Walks

  30. People Need Baths Dogs Need Baths

  31. People Need Grooming Dogs Need Grooming

  32. People Need To Go To the Doctor Dogs Need To Go To The Veterinarian

  33. People Need Training Dogs Need Training

  34. People Live In Different Types Of Houses Dogs Live In Different Types Of Houses

  35. Stop, Think, Ask, and Connect (STAC) S Stop during your STEM learning experiences to check for understanding and connect content. T Think about the content, practices and/or processes you will use or are using during your learning experiences. A Ask yourself and/or others questions to clarify expectations, to investigate global issues, or to solve real world problems or challenges. C Connect learning experiences to global issues, problems or challenges.

  36. STEM Unit Seed Pictures : People Working With Animals

  37. Dogs Working With People Police Dog Fire Dogs Rescue Dogs Dogs Work in the Snow Eco Dogs Dogs Work in the Fields

  38. What Do Eco Dogs Do?

  39. Complex Questions

  40. STEM Unit Seed Pictures: Are People And Pets Prepared For Natural Disasters?

  41. Disaster Preparedness For Your Pets http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh3umxeFVxU&feature=related

  42. People And Pets InNatural Disasters http://www.wusa9.com/video/1148082278001/0/Flash-Flooding-In-Ellicott-City-Maryland

  43. How Are People Affected By Natural Disasters Flood affected people in Bangladesh Hurricane Katrina August 29, 2005

  44. Don’t Leave Your Pets Behind When Disaster Strikes

  45. Stop, Think, Ask, and Connect (STAC) S Stop during your STEM learning experiences to check for understanding and connect content. T Think about the content, practices and/or processes you will use or are using during your learning experiences. A Ask yourself and/or others questions to clarify expectations, to investigate global issues, or to solve real world problems or challenges. C Connect learning experiences to global issues, problems or challenges.

  46. Discussion Time • How would you use the information presented in these slides to plan units, lessons or lesson/unit seeds? • How can you connect the STEM Standards of Practice to your lesson seeds?

  47. Activity Part IUnit Seeds With The End In Mind”(USTEM) Pre-Planning Models

  48. Using ELA & STEM Example Clifford the Big Red Dog, by Norman Bridwell http://pbskids.org/clifford/games/index.html

  49. Do domestics animals make good pets? Why?

  50. Dogs Working With People Police Dog Fire Dogs Rescue Dogs Dogs Work in the Snow Eco Dogs Dogs Work in the Fields