Discover a set of resources to get you thinking about misinformation and its spread in advance of the symposium Let's Talk Misinformation.
Electrical Production Engineer
This learning strategy provides students with the opportunity to walk around a classroom, actively engaging with content and each other.
This strategy helps students solve a problem by asking each other leading questions.
Engineer in Training (Civil)
One way that humans apply skills and knowledge as we fulfil our desire to modify the world to suit our needs is through technological problem-solving.
Analyzing data is a process of looking for patterns in data that has been collected through inquiry and figuring out about what the patterns might mean. Interpreting the data is a process of trying to explain the patterns that were discovered.
Reflecting is a process whereby students use critical thinking skills to look back on a learning experience in terms of things that went well and areas where there may be room for growth/change.
A design plan lays out ways in which students will develop and test the agreed-upon solution to a Design & Build challenge.
The first step in the Design & Build process is the identification of the key problem to be solved or need to be addressed.
This strategy helps students develop decision-making skills as they think about and discuss issues with the aid of a graphic organizer.
This strategy helps students develop critical thinking skills as they sort, organize and classify things in different ways.
A Sequence Organizer learning strategy is a graphic organizer that is used as a way of classifying/organizing information to represent causality and consequences, and to identify patterns.
A Question Matrix is a tool to assist students in developing the skill of asking rich, higher-order questions about objects, events, ideas, and places in their environment.
Question Filter is a strategy that is used to assist students in developing the skills of questioning, sorting & classifying and analyzing & interpreting in order to develop their understanding of the characteristics of objects, places and events.