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Science and Children—January/February 2022

Volume 59, Number 3
Design Thinking is a mindset that values perspectives and embraces failure. Students are encouraged to iterate and think flexibly, promoting innovation through outside-the-box thinking. Creativity and ingenuity are invaluable outcomes.

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Poetry for Design Thinking

By Sylvia Vardell and Janet Wong

Elementary Interdisciplinary Literacy

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Intentional, Creative, Powerful

By Heather Pacheco-Guffrey

Elementary Computer Science Technology

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Wondering About Wobbling

By Alexandria Muller, Tarah Connolly, John Galisky, Ron Skinner, Devon M. Christman, and Danielle Harlow

Elementary Engineering Instructional Materials Interdisciplinary Labs Teaching Strategies Technology

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Patterns That Matter

By Jesse Wilcox, Reade Reiter, Abby Rose, Alex Alberts, and Katie Murano

Crosscutting Concepts Engineering Interdisciplinary NGSS

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Chicken-Centered Design

By Jody Stout, Rob Rouse, Jonathan Malesic, and Katie Krummeck

Biology Engineering Environmental Science Interdisciplinary Technology

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Student Agency Through Engineering

By Shiela Lee, John Russell, Todd Campbell, and Okhee Lee

Engineering Equity NGSS Science and Engineering Practices

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Science Day and Night

By Laura B. Schneider and Stephanie Grable

5E Biology Environmental Science Interdisciplinary Teaching Strategies

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Assessment for English Learners

By Lorena Llosa, Scott E. Grapin, and Alison Haas

Assessment English Language Learners Equity Physical Science

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A “Meteor” Crashed Into Our School!

By Dana Zeidler, Mitch Ruzek, and Melanie Kinskey

Crosscutting Concepts Instructional Materials Interdisciplinary

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Engaging With Engineering

By Evan Jorgenson and Jerrid Kruse

Elementary Engineering Teaching Strategies

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