Assessment Event 3- STEM Project Planning
3.3 Assessment Event 3- STEM Project Planning Title: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Project Based Learning Weighting: 30% Due: Week 12 Length: 1800 words Learning outcomes: 1, 2 and 3 For thisassessmentyou will need to: • Design a STEM project for pre-schoolers, which includes the following information o A statementof the topic area to be explored in the project and a short rationale of the STEM project based learning (PBL) approach. o A list of the STEM concepts, processes and milestones relevanttothe project. o Identify the expected learning outcomes for the project. o Outline four (4) possible learning experiences (provocations) which can be implemented across science, technology, engineering and mathematics. o Describe the resources and materials required for the project. o Explain the relevant teaching strategies and propose four (4) intentional questions that will facilitatesustained thinkingand engagement. o Describe howyou will organise the learning environment for this project. o Explain howthe projectwill be documented, ensuringchildrensvoice, participation and learningisvisible. o Explain howyou will assess childrens learning and achievements throughout the project. Your assessment should show evidence that you have read widely on the topic beyond the supplied readings and texts. Your assessment must use correct referencing, in APA 7th style. All submissionsmustcomply with the requirements listed in the Student Handbook for this course. The criteria for marking this assessment are given below. --- 3- STEM Project Planning 3.3 Assessment Event Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is an acronym for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a method of 30 percent weighting Week 12's deadline 1800 words in length 1, 2, and 3 are the learning outcomes. You will need to do the following in order to complete this assessment: • Create a STEM project for pre-schoolers that includes the information below. o A declaration of the project's topic area and a brief explanation of the STEM project based learning (PBL) approach. o A list of STEM concepts, methods, and project milestones that are pertinent to the project. o Determine the project's expected learning outcomes. o Create a list of four (4) possible learning experiences (provocations) that can be used in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. o Describe the project's resources and materials requirements. o Describe the appropriate teaching practices and offer four (4) intentional questions that will help students think and engage for longer periods of time. o Describe how you will set up the project's learning environment. o Describe how the project will be documented, with a focus on the children's voices, participation, and learning. o Describe how you will evaluate the children's progress and accomplishments during the project. Your assessment should demonstrate that you have read widely on the topic in addition to the readings and materials provided. Your assessment must follow the APA 7th style of reference. All contributions for this course must meet the conditions outlined in the Student Handbook. The following are the criteria for grading this assessment.