National Science Teaching Association

Archive: Transforming Science Learning: Don't Turn the Page Yet! May 20, 2020

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Educator reading to children.Explore interactive reading strategies to engage students that connect children's books to the practices of science and engineering. 

These strategies are easy to do at home or with a virtual class!   Recommendations for books that incorporate the practices, help to illustrate STEM-like thinking, and connect science to literacy will be included.

Presenter: Christine Royce

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Below are comments from individuals who attended the seminar:

  • "I loved the book recommendations. It gave me some ideas of how to blend science and reading education."
  • "I always enjoy learning more about literacy strategies and how to incorporate literacy across all subjects. I recently learned about the 5 E’s in my Teaching science class and enjoyed learning more about them."
  • "I love great books and there were many new science-based picture books that I had not heard of. I was also excited to learn about NSTA's two book lists - "Outstanding Science Trade Books for K-12" and "Best STEAM Books." Looking forward to digging into those lists for many more quality book ideas!"
  • "I enjoyed the information that was provided and how active and engaged the community were during the webinar."

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