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STEM20: Virtual Event

Integrating STEM Teaching and Learning into the K–2 Classroom

By Jo Anne Vasquez (Rocks to Rainbows, LLC: Gilbert, AZ), Michael Comer (Savvas Learning: Boston, MA)

Engineering STEM Elementary

Integrating STEM into the K–2 Classroom is a critically important contribution toward advancing STEM education, for two overarching reasons. First, it blazes a trail for early elementary classroom practitioners to reflect the latest thinking in STEM, and second, it provides a means by which early elementary educators can meaningfully contribute to America’s STEM movement.


  1. Experiencing through hands-on activities STEM Teaching and Learning in the Primary Classroom.
  2. How to develop a STEM Unit for primary using their own standards and curriculum.
  3. Discovering how exciting it is for teachers to build the foundation for STEM Teaching and Learning.

Presenter Materials for this Session

PDF  STEM Lesson Guideposts








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