STEM: Linking STEM Learning to Literacy and Using Formative Assessments

May 2, 2019

Integrate science and engineering within your literacy block, periodically during the school year. Interactive read aloud lesson plans coupled with STEAM lesson plans shared. Several high Based Learning integrated writing samples also modeled. Blank templates for all will be made available to participants. How do you assess STEM? Discover how to use simple formative checklists and studentsĀ“ illustrations to evaluate the advancements of student STEM learning.

Participants will learn Inquiry-Based methods; Review the following: PA Standards & Science Frameworks; Review NGSS Crosscutting Concepts with Science & Engineering Practices; Engineering Design Process: Tinker, Make, Improve; What is Engineering for Young Children?; Six Components of a Lesson; Solve Simple Engineering Challenges; Debrief how to teach STEAM; STEM assessment tools and strategies; and take additional literacy and traditional STEAM resources for immediate use in their classrooms.

Registration is open until 5/2/2019


Non TIU Registrants

Educators who service districts outside the TIU 11 area.

30 Sessions
All Days
Non Educators

Non EducatorsĀ 

Unlimited Sessions
All Days
TIU Registrants

Registraints which service TIU wide schools.

30 Sessions
All Days

Available Credit or Activity Hours

Act 48 Activity Hours
5.0 Hours
Academic Content Studies Science


Thursday, May 2
8:30am - 3:31pm