Building a K-12 Stem Lab

Building a K-12 Stem Lab ➛ [KINDLE] ❅ Building a K-12 Stem Lab By Deborah Nagler ➥ – Heartforum.co.uk Few resources are available for district and school leaders looking to establish successful STEM labs Frequently, efforts do not gain traction because they lack a systemic approach and the support of Few resources are available K-12 Stem PDF/EPUB ¿ for district and school leaders looking to establish successful STEM labs Frequently, efforts do not gain traction because they lack a systemic approach and the support of a broad spectrum of stakeholders within the school community Unlike other books, Building a K STEM Lab addresses this Building a PDF \ challenge from the perspective of the leader, identifying opportunities for capacity building and ensuring equal access and equity for all students This book will address key issues in building a STEM Lab, including budgetary constraints, space limitations, technology design and resources, and inclusivity provide step by step guidelines designed to meet the a K-12 Stem Kindle Ó diverse needs of a wide range of educational environments and include vignettes describing the experiences of a variety of schools public, private, rural, urban at different levels elementary, middle school, and high school that have successfully established STEM labs in their schools The comprehensive and flexible approach outlined in this book will help school and district leaders develop productive community partnerships in support of STEM education within the STEM lab and throughout the school.

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  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • Building a K-12 Stem Lab
  • Deborah Nagler
  • 06 October 2019
  • 9781564847003

3 thoughts on “Building a K-12 Stem Lab

  1. Susan Weintrob says:

    Building a K 12 Stem Lab is really two books in one.Step by step, the authors, Deborah Nagler and Martha Osei Yaw show the difficulties and successes in building a school STEM lab Each chapter is filled with commentary from school leaders in public, private and parochial schools The schools have large budgets and small They are filled with students from a diversity of socio economic levels These reflections add a substance to Building a K 12 Stem Lab as we see not only theory, but practice from a large number of diverse schools as well.There are threads of three topics, which make this read useful to educators and those working with educators The first clearly is about building a STEM lab.The second is the focus on leadership in change management and visionary planning Having a good idea is Step 1 out of many How to implement change, with its teams, its teacher training, its designs, its buy ins of staff, boards and external stakeholders are important aspects of how a school transforms and are included in every chapter.The third is a pedagogy that is talked about yet not always absorbed into the everyday texture of many schools That is project based learning that at its best gives students toolkits, moving away from a data driven classroom Students function as learners in the world, empowering them in roles that they will assume after graduation.This authentic, inquiry based resource leads the reader to listen to student voices, not developing the cookie cutter lessons but creating a place where various disciplines and skills come together Science can work with math, ELA comes in with writing about product and conclusion This is critical learning with real world problems, life as students know or will know it, driving learning to problem solving and solution oriented thinking.As a retired school leader, I found this to be a perfect resource for teacher development, for team and school leaders.

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