Creativity, Collaboration, and
Community in the STEM Classroom

!

Kyle Schutt
@ktschutt
Director, Education Outreach &
Curriculum Integration	

!

Husband, father, friend Outdoors lover - DIYer - STEM
enthusias...
PADLET.COM/WALL/METCSTEM
WHAT IS STEM EDUCATION TO YOU?
cs/STEM-IG.pdf
ucation/flat.html
STEM.pdf
http://blog.stemconnector.org/stem-ages-why-investing-stem-education-important-society-0
http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/05/ff_jobsessay
21ST CENTURY SKILLS

http://p21.org
Today’s students are moving beyond the basics
and embracing the 4C’s — “super skills” for the 21st century!

Communication...
Synthesizing

Disciplined

arraying information to make
sense to self and others

mastery of key subjects

Respectful

Eth...
STEM EDUCATION SHOULD
CREATE STUDENTS THAT ARE…
Problem solvers	

Innovators	

Inventors	

Self-reliant	

Logical thinkers...
FRAMING STEM THROUGH
THE C’S
Communicating
Curating

Connecting
Community

Collaborating

Creating
Critical
Thinking
FRAMING STEM THROUGH
THE C’S

Create
http://siemensstemacademy.com
http://dlc.com/BBC-Brad
bit.ly/EdPlusOlympics	
  

Discovery Education

EdPlus Olympics
If you thought the Winter Olympics was the only place to w...
dlc.com/DEvfts
youngscientistchallenge.com
LETTERS TO PEYTON
Creativity
Creativity
SiemensSTEMAcademy.com
FRAMING STEM THROUGH
THE C’S

Collaboration
?

?

?

?
Inventor and physicist, Reginald
Fessender invented many devices such
as the radio compass and sonic depth
finder.

Walt[er...
SIR$KEN$ROBINSON$
“Our%children%are%living%in%the%most%Intensely%
s6mula6ng%period%in%the%history%of%the%earth”%

Collabor...
http://creatingthefuturetoday.com/foreword!
Community
siemenssteminstitute2013.com
FRAMING STEM THROUGH
THE C’S
FRAMING STEM THROUGH
THE C’S
Communicating
Curating

Connecting
Community

Collaborating

Creating
Critical
Thinking
Tinkering, Observing, and Connecting:
STEM Education & You
“Men do not quit playing because they grow old; they
grow old b...
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key
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When it comes to STEM, the whole is by far greater than the sum of its parts. Let's build a common understanding around the need for this inquiry-driven, connected framework of education. We'll observe STEM through the lens of the 21st century and see how educators are utilizing technology to collaborate and tackle their biggest challenges. And now that everything is digital, mobile, and social, we can start with ourselves as learners as well as leaders who model the rich, community-driven experiences that we want for our students.

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Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom.key

  1. 1. Creativity, Collaboration, and Community in the STEM Classroom ! Kyle Schutt @ktschutt
  2. 2. Director, Education Outreach & Curriculum Integration ! Husband, father, friend Outdoors lover - DIYer - STEM enthusiast - Learner - Educator @ktschutt
  3. 3. PADLET.COM/WALL/METCSTEM WHAT IS STEM EDUCATION TO YOU?
  4. 4. cs/STEM-IG.pdf
  5. 5. ucation/flat.html
  6. 6. STEM.pdf
  7. 7. http://blog.stemconnector.org/stem-ages-why-investing-stem-education-important-society-0
  8. 8. http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/05/ff_jobsessay
  9. 9. 21ST CENTURY SKILLS http://p21.org
  10. 10. Today’s students are moving beyond the basics and embracing the 4C’s — “super skills” for the 21st century! Communication Critical Thinking Sharing thoughts, questions, ideas, and solutions Looking at problems in a new way, linking learning across subjects & disciplines Collaboration Working together to reach a goal — putting talent, expertise, and smarts to work For more 4C resources from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, including the animated film ABOVE & BEYOND by Peter H. Reynolds & FableVision, journey to www.p21.org/4Cs Creativity Trying new approaches to get things done equals innovation & invention
  11. 11. Synthesizing Disciplined arraying information to make sense to self and others mastery of key subjects Respectful Ethical seeking to understand differences striving toward good work and good citizenship Creating beyond existing knowledge and syntheses to pose new questions
  12. 12. STEM EDUCATION SHOULD CREATE STUDENTS THAT ARE… Problem solvers Innovators Inventors Self-reliant Logical thinkers Technologically literate Lantz, Hayes Blaine ED D. “What Should Be the Function of a K-12 STEM Education?” 2009. Web. 20 November 2009. SEEN Magazine. www.seenmagazine.us  
  13. 13. FRAMING STEM THROUGH THE C’S Communicating Curating Connecting Community Collaborating Creating Critical Thinking
  14. 14. FRAMING STEM THROUGH THE C’S Create
  15. 15. http://siemensstemacademy.com
  16. 16. http://dlc.com/BBC-Brad
  17. 17. bit.ly/EdPlusOlympics   Discovery Education EdPlus Olympics If you thought the Winter Olympics was the only place to watch competitive feats of strength, mental toughness, and endurance, then we have a surprise for you! The Discovery Education EdPlus Olympics is an engaging, interactive, and fun contest for educators and is a great way to learn more about Discovery Education and to win prizes! How the Olympics work Earn points by completing the tasks and activities outlined here, and report your points at links.discoveryeducation.com/edplus-usage-olympics. Gold: The educator with the most points reported will receive a Discovery Education prize pack that includes a Discovery bag, notebook/pen, shirt, DVD set, and more! Silver: The educator with the second most points reported will receive a Planet Earth and LIFE DVD set and Discovery Education bag. Bronze: The educator with the third most points reported will receive a Discovery bag! Additionally, the EdPlus district with educators reporting the highest point totals will receive National recognition via the DEN Blog. Six Ways to Earn Points
  18. 18. dlc.com/DEvfts
  19. 19. youngscientistchallenge.com
  20. 20. LETTERS TO PEYTON
  21. 21. Creativity
  22. 22. Creativity
  23. 23. SiemensSTEMAcademy.com
  24. 24. FRAMING STEM THROUGH THE C’S Collaboration
  25. 25. ? ? ? ?
  26. 26. Inventor and physicist, Reginald Fessender invented many devices such as the radio compass and sonic depth finder. Walt[er] Disney (1901-1966) was born in Chicago and came to Hollywood in 1923. Corbis,  (2009). Radio Engineer Reginald Fessenden. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ IRC,  (2005). Walt Disney, founder of Walt Disney Productions.. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ IRC,  (2005). Thomas Alva Edison with his first phonograph.. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ IRC,  (2005). Famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) with his first phonograph. Edison came to symbolize for many the inventive genius of American technology. Frank Lloyd Wright (1869-1959) was the most famous American architect of the 20th century. He designed 25 buildings in California.
  27. 27. SIR$KEN$ROBINSON$ “Our%children%are%living%in%the%most%Intensely% s6mula6ng%period%in%the%history%of%the%earth”% Collaboration h"p://crea*ngthefuturetoday.com/foreword6 h"p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U<
  28. 28. http://creatingthefuturetoday.com/foreword!
  29. 29. Community
  30. 30. siemenssteminstitute2013.com
  31. 31. FRAMING STEM THROUGH THE C’S
  32. 32. FRAMING STEM THROUGH THE C’S Communicating Curating Connecting Community Collaborating Creating Critical Thinking
  33. 33. Tinkering, Observing, and Connecting: STEM Education & You “Men do not quit playing because they grow old; they grow old because they quit playing.” ― Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. ! Kyle Schutt @ktschutt

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