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Journal of STEM Education

Jun 07, 2018 Volume 19, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Pre-Service Teachers Learn to Teach with Serious Games

    Michele McColgan, Robert Colesante & Albert Andrade

    The goal of this study was to determine whether a game-based immersion experience in an introductory undergraduate course in education had an impact on pre-service teachers\u2019 skills, beliefs,... More

  2. An Engineering Innovation Tool: Providing Science Educators a Picture of Engineering in their Classroom

    Julie Ross, Karen Peterman, Jenny Daugherty & Rodney Custer

    The Engineering Innovation Rubric was designed to support science teachers as they navigate the opportunities and challenges the inclusion of engineering affords by providing a useful tool for the ... More

  3. Assessing Elementary In-Service Teachers’ STEM-Centric Lesson Plans

    Sharon Bowers & Jeremy Ernst

    National and state-based science and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) initiatives expect educators to incorporate inquiry- and design-based practices into their STEM-centric... More

  4. Impacts of a Summer Bridge Program in Engineering on Student Retention and Graduation

    Luciana Cancado, John Reisel & Cindy Walker

    A summer bridge program was developed in an engineering program to advance the preparation of incoming freshmen students, particularly with respect to their math course placement. The program was... More

  5. Outcomes of an Academic Scholarship Program at the City University of New York – New York City College of Technology

    Sunghoon Jang

    We are on a threshold of a revolution in technology education where human knowledge is increasing at an extremely rapid rate. In the wake of these technological advancements, the required workforce... More