This 3-year ITEST project focuses on integrating engineering design concepts and practices in the middle school physical sciences curriculum.
This publication reports on how to use engineering design to solve problems by students in Grade 6-8. It is approximately $25 per class (if you already own a 3-D printer).
The Zipping to STEM project focused on investigating the impact of integrating engineering design in the science curriculum on students’ understanding of science and engineering concepts and practices, and interest in STEM and STEM careers.
Background: Teacher self-efﬁcacy has received attention because of its direct relationship with teachers’ classroom behaviors.
Each of the five Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Elementary Teacher Efficacy and Attitudes toward STEM Surveys (T-STEM) contains six scales (sets of surveys items that most confidently describe a single characteristic of the survey-taker when the responses to these items are