STEM Mini-Centers are inquiry-based questions posed about everyday objects that teachers and students bring to the classroom. They do NOT need to be aligned with specific curricular standards, but the DO need to focus on building problem solving, collaboration, inquiry skills, technology skills, communication, and critical thinking. When teachers encourage the use and development of thesse skills in Language Arts, Social Studies, Art, PE and Health, as well as Science and Math, they are truly STEM Educators.
Looking at Mini-Centers
- Photos of STEM/STEAM Mini-Centers Used in Dr. Christie's STEM/STEAM Workshops
- Questions Used in These Mini-Centers