ICLE Publications STEM, STEAM, Make, Dream Reimagining the Culture of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
STEM, STEAM, Make, Dream by Chris Emdin explores the ways that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics can transform all young people's lives through learning. This includes reimagining our collective relationship to STEM by presenting it as more accepting and accessible than previously acknowledged. Beginning with the ways that STEM has been used to marginalize many children, the book examines the need for the arts –including culture –to serve as an anchor for instruction. It also describes the need for “making” (hands-on creation and tinkering) in establishing relevance in learning. Then, through an experiential approach, the book articulates the value of dreaming of a future that is inclusive of all young people, especially those furthest from opportunity.
To help all children claim their STEM identity, the book provides educators, policymakers, and community leaders with tangible ways to honor culture, increase equity, and encourage curiosity. The book demystifies STEM and shows a clear pathway to empowering children with the skills needed to succeed in a science and tech-based world. In addition, it offers educators a roadmap to developing future creators, innovators, scientists, and entrepreneurs. This includes providing the tools and knowledge necessary to advocate for sustainable change and address inequity, apathy, and the many other real problems in education.
To do so, the book combines real-world stories and groundbreaking research in a visually-rich package that includes activities, reflection questions, inspiring quotes, and student work. These features make the book easily adapted to or expanded through other forms of digital and online media. To help ground research and theory, readers will hear from–and be inspired by–practitioners, activists, and artists ranging from renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to founding Wu-Tang Clan member GZA to acclaimed educator Raven the Science Maven. In profiling these innovators, the book reveals how readers can nurture creativity, spark joy, and promote perseverance in all children.
- Grade: Kindergarten-12
- Material Type: PD/Training
- Format: Softcover, 192 Pages
- ISBN-13/EAN: 9781328034281
- ISBN-10: 1328034283
- Product Code: 3032372
- National/State: National
- Copyright Year: 2022
- Language: English
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