Reflection: Learning Communities Science Technology Engineering and Math Integration - Section 3: Explain

 

One of the really cool things about being a part of the BetterLesson community is the collaboration between teachers. There are so many great lessons out there, Master Teachers find connections between one another. We try to alert our readers to the connections because so many schools and teams have integrated curriculum. In this reflection, I want to link my STEM integration lesson with my colleague Randy Friedland.

Randy is a Social Studies teacher and highlights historical inventions and innovations as the advances relate to the way people live. His lesson, Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh highlights the technological advances made at the turn of the century. Randy has the students making peanut butter sandwiches to help students understand Henry Ford's assembly line.  Randy wrote a unit called America at the Turn of the Century and includes lessons highlighting historical technological advances. Check out his other lessons,   Edison and Bell, and the Wright Brothers and George Washington Carver

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Science Technology Engineering and Math Integration

Unit 1: Exploring Engineers and the Design Process
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT understand how inventions and innovations are a result of the integration of science, technology, engineering and math.

Big Idea: How do engineers, scientists and inventors work to make the world a better place?

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Technology and Engineering, Science, Media and Technology, Computers, cause and effect, pattern, Size, Proportion, Quantity, Science and Technology, world problems, engineering, Innovation
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