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Using Engineering to Incorporate 3D Learning in Your STEM Classroom

heathriel
August 23, 2017

Using Engineering to Incorporate 3D Learning in Your STEM Classroom

heathriel

August 23, 2017
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  1. Using Engineering to Incorporate 3D Learning in Your
    STEM Classroom

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  2. #Me:
    CTO, ROCeteer
    Early Employee at Evernote & Spirit Airlines
    International Executive Coach, Advisor,
    TEDx Speaker, Presenter and Author
    Coach, Mentor and Advisor for Universities,
    Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, Incubators
    and Accelerators
    2015 & 2016 Mentor/Coach and Female
    Executive of the Year
    Columnist for Inc & Tech.co

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  3. A. Next Generation Science Standards, NGSS is a multi-state effort to create new education standards
    that are "rich in content and practice, arranged in a coherent manner across disciplines and grades to
    provide all students an internationally benchmarked science education."
    B. Three Dimensions: Builds understanding of multiple grade-appropriate elements of the science and
    engineering practices (SEPs), disciplinary core ideas (DCIs), and crosscutting concepts (CCCs) that are
    deliberately selected to aid student sense-making of phenomena and/or designing of solutions.
    i. Provides opportunities to develop and use specific elements of the SEP(s).
    ii. Provides opportunities to develop and use specific elements of the DCI(s).
    iii. Provides opportunities to develop and use specific elements of the CCC(s).
    Integrating the Three Dimensions: Student sense-making of phenomena and/or designing of solutions
    requires student performances that integrate elements of the SEPs, CCCs, and DCIs.
    What is 3D Learning?

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  4. Science and Engineering
    Practices
    Disciplinary Core Ideas
    Cross Cutting Concepts
    SEPs
    CCIs
    DCIs
    Affective

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  5. Where do we begin?

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  6. Knowledge Explosion
    x
    Technology Explosion
    =
    Today’s Unprecedented Confusion

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  7. 1.Use of Technology
    2.Self-Directed Learning
    3.Project Based Learning
    Educational Objectives

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  8. “The ability of a student to become a self-
    directed learner relies on the development of
    their metacognitive skills.”
    What Are our Options?

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  9. 8 Components of PBL

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  10. Curriculum
    Content
    21st Century
    Skills
    Need to
    Know
    Driving
    Question
    Student Voice
    and Choice
    In-Depth and
    Inquiry
    Reflection &
    Revision
    Audience
    Presented
    Product
    How are they Interrelated?

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  12. 1. Curriculum content
    2. Twenty First Century Skills
    3. Need to know
    4. Driving Questions
    5. Student Voice and Choice
    6. In depth Inquiry
    7. Reflection & Revision
    8. Audience Presented Product
    1. Asking questions for Science and Defining
    Problems for Engineering
    2. Developing and using models
    3. Planning and Carrying out investigations
    4. Analyzing and Interpreting Data
    5. Using Mathematics and Computational
    Thinking
    6. Constructing Explanations for Science and
    Designing Solutions for Engineering
    7. Engaging Argument from Evidence
    8. Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating
    Information
    A Comparison of Project Based Learning and Science and Engineering Practices

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  13. STEM & STEAM and the NGSS

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  14. Where Can I get Inspiration?
    Every concept lends itself for 3D
    learning – the remotest idea you
    can think of allows for 3D Learning.

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  16. Work in Pairs or Groups and Generate the following Questions:
    1. What Science Ideas go with these sample(s) Specify: Biology, Chemistry, Physical
    Science, Physics, Forensic Science, Physics, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Earth
    Systems?
    2. What Math Ideas go with these sample(s) Specify: Coordinate Algebra, Advanced
    Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Statistics – Reason abstractly and quantitatively?
    3. What Engineering Ideas go with these sample(s)Specify: Analyzing a major global
    challenge/ Designing a Solution to a Complex Real World Problem/Evaluating a Solution
    to a Complex Real World Problem/Simulating and or making physical models to project
    the impact of a proposed solution?
    4. What Literacy Ideas go with these sample(s)?
    5. What Art Ideas go with these sample(s)? Specify: (Music, Theatre?/Drawing- Visual arts
    and Abstract/Painting- Scientific and Artistic/Creating Models

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  17. Your Theme:
    Science Ideas
    Biology
    Engineering Ideas
    Chemistr
    y
    Physics
    Human Anatomy &
    Physiology
    Forensic
    s
    Environmental
    Science
    Agriculture &
    Biotechnology
    Math Ideas
    Statistic
    s
    Geometry
    Calculus
    Advanced Algebra
    Trigonometry
    Number Systems
    Matrices &
    Linear Algebra
    Major Global Challenge Real World Problem: Solution
    Real World Problem:
    Constraints Computer Simulation Model
    Members
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

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  18. Educational Standards
    Next Generation Science Standards: Science
    • Develop a model based on evidence to illustrate the relationships between systems or
    between components of a system.
    • (Grades 9 - 12)
    Common Core State Standards: Math
    • Define appropriate quantities for the purpose of descriptive modeling. (Grades 9 - 12)
    International Technology and Engineering Educators Association: Technology
    • Models are used to communicate and test design ideas and processes. (Grades 3 - 5)
    • Modeling, testing, evaluating, and modifying are used to transform ideas into practical
    solutions. (Grades 6 - 8)
    • Technological progress promotes the advancement of science and mathematics. (Grades 9
    - 12)
    • Look for Literacy Standards
    • Look for Arts Standards

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  19. Resources
    http://www.nextgenscience.org/topic-arrangement/hsengineering-
    design

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  20. Questions?
    @heathriel
    roceteer.com
    [email protected]

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