Culinary Queries 2016 - Early Learning Coalition of Osceola County

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Title of Presentation
Culinary
Queries –
STEM’ING
in the kitchen
TitleObjectives
of Presentation
Participants will:
-examine the relationships of STEM (Science,
Technology, Engineering and Math) areas as used in the
real world
- identify high quality engaging learning experiences,
reflective of child’s age and developmental level that
focuses on exploration, discovery, experimentation and
problem solving
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Title of Presentation
Opening
Activity
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TitleFun
of Presentation
Facts
The National Science Foundation began using
‘SMET’ as an acronym for ‘STEM’ in the 90’s.
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Title ofSTEM
Presentation
Science
The
theory
Math
The
concept
STEM
Technology
The process
Engineering
The design
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Title
of
Presentation
STEM Foundation
“The goal is to encourage a playful,
inquisitive engagement with the
environment and support children's play
with appropriate activities, resources and
tools.”
-Dr. Craig Bach, Vice President of Education for Goddard Systems, Inc.,
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TitleThe
of Presentation
Focus
“For
young children, science is about active,
focused exploration of objects, materials, and
events around them.”
-Karen Worth, Chair of the Elementary Education Department at Wheelock College and
science advisor for Peep and the Big Wide World
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Title ofInfants
Presentation
Infants learn predominantly
through sensory exploration
of the world.
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Title of
Presentation
Toddlers
Toddlers accumulate information
by means of their senses
and motor skills.
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Title
of
Presentation
Preschoolers
Four-year-olds approach
the world
with great curiosity and
use their imaginations
to help understand it.
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Title
of Presentation
The
Proposal
Direct instruction
-vsplay
There is room for both!
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Title of Presentation
Nineteen
Minutes
“...in Grades K–3, reading/language arts and
math combined for a total of 143 minutes of the
school day on average, while science accounted
for 19 minutes of that same day.”
-Report of the 2012 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education
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Title of
Presentation
Science
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Title of Presentation
Branches
of Science
FIELD
THE STUDY OF
acoustics
sound
anatomy
structure of the body
astronomy
celestial objects
biology
life
botany
plants
geology
earth's crust
mathematics
numbers
meteorology
weather
optics
light
physics
properties of matter and
energy
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Title of Presentation
Scientific
Method
1.Observation
2. Hypothesis
3.Prediction
4. Experiment
5. Conclusion
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Title ofKnows
Presentation
Baby
Best
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TitleTechnology
of Presentation
Technology provides the eyes and ears of
science—and some of the muscle, too!
-The Nature of Technology, Science for all Americans Online, 1990
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Title
of Presentation
Engineering
Engineering is where
you solve problems.
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Title of Presentation
Knowledge
Acquisition
Children construct
knowledge
of the world
through
exploration and
experimentation.
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Title Engineering
of PresentationDesign
Five Step
Ask
Imagine
Plan
Create
Improve
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Title ofMath
Presentation
Early math
instruction should
include multiple
content areas.
Commit time each
day to teaching
math, and
incorporate math
instruction during
the school day.
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Title of Presentation
Guided
Gastronomy
The kitchen is frequently a child’s
first setting for learning about
science, technology, engineering, arts
and math.
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Title
of
Presentation
Kitchen Explorations
A young child can learn many things:
•fine motor skills
•science concepts
•cooperation
•shapes
•fractions
•nutrition
•sensory exploration
•measurement
•following directions
•telling time
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Title
of
Presentation
Let’s STEM!
Group
Activity
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TitleReferences
of Presentation
Banilower, E. R., Smith, P. S., Weiss, I. R., Malzahn, K. A., Campbell, K. M., & Weis, A. M. (2013). Report of
the 2012 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education. Chapel Hill, NC: Horizon Research, Inc.
Meeteren, B.V., Zan, B., (2010).Revealing the Work of Young Engineers in Early Childhood Education.
University of Northern Iowa
Snow, K. (n.d.). Research news that you can use: Debunking the play vs. learning dichotomy. Retrieved from:
www.successfulstemeducation.org/resources/nurturing-stem-skills
Websites:
http://www.aaas.org/program/project2061- American Association for the Advancement of Science
http://www.eie.org/ - Engineering is Elementary, Museum of Science in Boston
http://www.naeyc.org/content/research-news-you-can-use-play-vs-learning
http://www.pbs/ PBS Parents
http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/ Science Buddies
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Title of Presentation
Questions
Ana L Gonzalez
SR Regional Facilitator
[email protected]
Erin Smeltzer
School Readiness Program &
Policy Manager
[email protected]
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