1. Select at least one quote from at least four of this week’s readings.
2. List each quote (and citation) and explain why you selected it as a compelling or interesting quote.
3. Explain what you learned this week about children”s learning in math, science, and STEM/STEAM.
4. What am I going to do about this issue in my classroom?
So you should have at least 4 quotes just to be clear.
Coleman, J., & McTighe, E. (2013). Unlocking the power of visual communication: Interactive read-alouds help students decode science diagrams and other visual information. Science and Children, 50(5), 73-77.
Lott, K., Wallin, M., Rohaar, D., & Price, T. (2013). Catch me if you can! A STEM activity
for kindergartners is integrated into the curriculum. Science and Children, 51(4), 65-69.
Mayberry, S. (2014). Gather ‘round: Exploring the wonders of science through read-alouds.
Science and Children, 51(8), 63-67.
NSTA. (2014). NSTA position statement: Early childhood science education. Science and Children, 51, (7), 10-12.
Roy, K. (2013). Safety: The elementary mission. Science and Children, 51(2), 86-87.
Vardell, S. M., & Wong, J. S., (2014). Observe, explain, connect. Science and Children,