Teacher Training Guide: Problem-based Learning in STEM
Project STEMulate utilizes a Problem-based Learning model and approach to stimulate STEM interest, knowledge and skills of Hawai’i’s high school students. Specifically, providing a STEM curricula that actively engages students in real-world, technology-based problem solving and learning. Project STEMulate seeks to transform the learning experience for high school students to motivate and prepare them for the STEM careers of tomorrow by supporting today’s teachers.
Project STEMulate created, implemented, and iterated the design of a Problem-based Learning in STEM Professional Development and Teacher Training. Over the course of three-years (2018-2020), University of Hawaii Maui College Faculty and Staff iterated the curriculum design to support high school teachers in expanding their ideology and repertoire to include Problem-based Learning.
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