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Elementary STEM Classroom Management

Classroom Management Tips for Elementary STEM Lessons and Labs

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Designing Next Generation Learning Spaces That Motivate Your Students

“How many of you want to become a civil engineer?” Dr. Halil Ceylan asked of a small crowd of 1st-5th graders. Immediately three hands shot up. A small voice in the back asked, “What’s a civil engineer?” Rather than tell my group of Boys and Girls Club children (whom I refer to as my junior …

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