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Grade 7 STEM

The purpose for STEM education is to ensure that American students can acquire “ STEM Literacy ." This will ensures that students can think critically in science, math, engineering, and technology. Additionally,  through STEM education, students partake in learning about the four C's of the 21st-century job market: collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. These skills will help to ensure that students will be ready for jobs that haven’t even been created yet. Schools need to ensure that American students possess the 21 st century skills so that they can be future-ready to compete on a global scale.

Course Information

Over the course of the semester, you will work with individually, with a partner, or in small groups to complete activities involving the design process, building and coding robots.  

These activities will require you to develop and strengthen certain 21st century traits, such as:

•    brainstorming
•    planning
•    creating
•    modifying
•   problem solving

Course Requirements
1.  Each day of class you need to your Chromebook and bring a pen/pencil.  Please come prepared as this will count toward your participation grade.

2.  All assignments and due dates will be posted on Google Classroom.

3. Grades for this class calculated based on class assignments, projects, and participation.

 

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