We all want our students to master technology tools and use them to create original works. Digital STEM challenges are designed to allow students to explore digital tools while creating something using the steps of the engineering design process.
Brittany is a full-time teacher and emerging Teacher Author. Her passion in teaching is science and she teaches Science and Technology specials for grades 2-5. On her blog, you will find posts about new tools and strategies to try, and you will also find some lifestyle posts.
Problem Solving Fun for Kids with the Busy Water App Do you have a student or a child at home who could benefit from a little more perseverance? I think we all know someone who could. Busy Water is an app that teaches problem solving, physics, and grit, all while having a blast. I had […]
Guest post by Brittany Washburn Regardless of what type of devices you have, (tablets, PC’s, laptops) your students can now learn basic coding for free! This series will outline some great apps and software programs and ideas for their use within the elementary setting. While I have only attempted to use these with 4th and […]
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