Problem-Solving in the Community
Empowering Students to Take Action
Two Strands of Problem-Solving through STEM
Our everyday experiences can yield opportunities to explore problems and solutions.
Young scientist in action
Nature exploration has a powerful impact on young children.
Observing the natural world deeply can lead to all sorts of questions.
Tune in April to hear more about our projects!
Five Key Ideas from Problem-Solving Workshop
- Community is key
- Science is everywhere
- Innovation has no age
- Our world is formed by choices. We can make new ones.
- Think globally, act locally
Louv, Richard. Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature Deficit Disorder.
Ferguson, Ronald, and Dickens, William. Urban Problems and Community Development.
Gutstein, Eric, and Peterson, Bob. Rethinking Mathematics: Teaching Social Justice by the Numbers.
Silvertown, Jonathan. A New Dawn for Citizen Science.
Deep Play Book Group Video
Project-Based Learning at High Tech High Video
Rethinking Schools: Web resources for teaching social justice.
Sci Starter: Lots of Citizen Science Projects
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