The STE(A)M Book 1 Student Workbook
The STE(A)M Book is a series of student focused, problem-based projects that engage students in the discipline areas of STE(A)M. The STE(A)M Book places the student at the centre of the learning process, engaging them in authentic project-based, problem solving approaches to learning. This text also fosters critical thinking, problem solving, analytical thinking, ICT capabilities, and intra and interpersonal skills.
- Each project is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and features content from Science, Technology, Maths and The Arts. ( The number of outcomes and curriculum areas covered varies across projects.)
- Tear–out appendices at the back of the workbook provide guidance for: self and peer assessment, primary investigations and other important documentation
- Student and teacher content has been reviewed by an expert team of consultants who represent the range of discipline areas in STE(A)M.
- DIY Planetarium
- DIY Compost Water Heater
- Solar Barbecue
- People Powered Slot Car
- High Protein Crops
- Creating a Sustainable Structure
- Drop Tower
- Wind Power
- Art Detective
- Backyard Birds
- Save the Frogs
- Space Symposium
About the Author
Jennie Young is a multiple–award winning teacher who has been designing and implementing engaging STE(A)M programs in schools for more than twenty years. The projects developed by Jennie for The STE(A)M Book 1 have all been tested in a school environment to ensure they are scalable, tangible, experiential, affordable and manageable.
|Year Level||Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10|
|Date of Publication||8 April 2019|
|Subject||Design & Technology, Maths, Science, Visual Arts|