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  1. Teacher Reflection: Tina Cupp, Beach Chair, Spring 2018

    22 Jun 2018 | Contributor(s): Tina Marie Cupp

    This is a reflection on how the implementation of the Beach Chair task design went in my 2/3 multiage classroom.

  2. Teacher Reflection: Harshbarger, Lifeguard Chair, 2017-18

    21 Jun 2018 | Contributor(s): Christy Harshbarger

    See uploaded document for reflection from SLED workshop 2017 at Klondike Elementary School.

  3. Teacher Reflection: Johnson, Lifeguard Chair, Winter 2018

    21 Jun 2018 | Contributor(s): Emily Nicole Johnson

    I completed multiple SLED activities over the course of the year with my 3rd grade class as well as my 3rd and 4th grade STEM Club. The activity that I chose to complete my reflection over was the Lifeguard Chair. This was completed with my 4th grade STEM Club students in 2 sessions. The...

  4. Teacher Reflection: Nemtuda, Musical Instrument, Spring 2018

    16 Jun 2018 | Contributor(s): Sara Nemtuda

    In the spring of 2018 my class completed the Musical Instrument SLED task.  This is my reflection on that activity, our second SLED task we attempted this year (and first with success). 

  5. Teacher Reflection: D. Lehman, Bird Nest, Spring 2018

    10 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Diane Lehman

    A fun activity to give students engineering design experience in creating a bird nest that holds the most (Easter) eggs. 

  6. Teacher Reflection: Welles, Building a Bridge, Spring 2018

    09 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Andrea Lynn Welles

    Elkhart, Indiana experienced record setting flooding in the Spring of 2018.  A colleague and I, who both attended SLED, designed a task to relate to this issue.  Students had to design a bridge to allow horses to successfully cross from a flooded pasture to the barn.

  7. Teacher Reflection: Etchason, Building a Bridge, Spring 2018

    09 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): BILLIE JO ETCHASON

    Elkhart, Indiana experienced record setting flooding in the Spring of 2018.  A colleague and I, who both attended SLED, designed a task to relate to this issue.  Students had to design a bridge to allow horses to successfully cross from a flooded pasture to the barn.

  8. Teacher Reflection: Asmus, Lifeguard Chair, Fall 2017

    07 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Amy Asmus

  9. Teacher Reflection: Hardwick, Native American Basket, Fall 2017

    07 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Stephen Scott Hardwick

  10. Teacher Reflection, Toner, Moon Rocks Bag, May 2018

    07 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Kirsten L Toner

  11. Teacher Reflection: Allyson Anthrop, Slow Boat, Spring 2018

    06 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Allyson Anthrop

    This is my reflection for our class's Slow Boat exploration.

  12. Teacher Reflection: Niednagel, Slow Boat, Spring 2018

    04 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Amalie Niednagel

    Teacher reflection of 4th Grade Slow Boat Challenge.

  13. Teacher Reflection: Fraser, Roller Coaster Challenge, Summer 2017

    04 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Mary Fraser

    Roller Coaster stem challenge

  14. Teacher Reflection: Johnson, Lifeguard Chair, Fall 2017

    04 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Emily Nicole Johnson

    This is the reflection for the Lifeguard Chair activity. This was completed with my afterschool STEM Club.

  15. Teacher Reflection: Julie Cinal, Better Candy Bag, Spring 2018

    04 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Julie Cinal

    Students were to create a better candy bag with two goals in mind; 1) A stronger bag 2) A more attractive bag

  16. Teacher Reflection: Habben, Slow Boat, Spring 2018

    01 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Amanda N Habben

    This spring my students participated in the Slow Boat STEM project to learn more about drag and how to effects the speed of objects. Please see the attached reflection and photos to learn a little more about our experience.

  17. Teacher Reflection: Stroud, Save the Wolf, Spring 2018

    01 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Ryan Stroud

    Reflection regarding Save the Wolf based on the simple machines.

  18. Teacher Reflection: Sarah Ewing, Lifeguard Chair & Simple Machines, May 2018

    01 Jun 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Sarah Ewing

    This is the reflection from the lifeguard chair and simple machines wolf trap.

  19. Teacher Reflection: MacLaverty, Reason for the Seasons, Fall 2017

    31 May 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Jocelyn Nicole MacLaverty

    Reason for the Seasons - Design a shading system that is able to shade a table and four chairs at various latitudes.

  20. Teacher Reflection: Hayes, Lifeguard Chair, Spring 2018

    29 May 2018 | Teacher Reflections | Contributor(s): Pamala Loraine Hayes