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Science Learning through Engineering Design

NSF Awards: 0962840

2016 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6

Science Learning through Engineering Design (SLED) is a math science partnership project of Purdue University and schools in Indiana. The goal of the SLED partnership is to improve science learning in grades 3-6 through the integration of an engineering design-based approach to science learning in the targeted grades. The project prepares teachers and prospective teachers to utilize engineering design as a way to teach inquiry-based science in the classroom, adapts and creates curricular materials that support the teaching of elementary science through design, and gathers evidence of outcomes to contribute to a better understanding of how teachers teach using design and how students learn science through design-based activities.

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