In the past couple of weeks, we began the How To Develop Student-Centered Design Challenges series learning the reasons why design challenges are an effective way to engage students. We’ve also talked about the importance of aligning design challenges to the standards and what successful solutions look like.
This week, in Part 3, I’m going to address:
- How do I prepare my challenge?
- What tools and materials are needed?
- How will I assess my design challenge?
Lane specializes in STEM education, curriculum design and professional development and makes teachers’ lives easier through innovative, standards-based STEM lessons.