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Caitlin Arakawa

Student Instructions

STEAM Challenge Journal

Let's use the Engineering Design Process to complete a STEAM challenge. Tap the add button on the Seesaw activity. Page 1: Challenge Title. label Type the title of your challenge. Page 2: Describe the challenge using the mic mic or label label tool. Page 3: What can you do with your materials? Take a photo picture of the materials you have and label type or mic record your ideas. Page 4: Draw your design. Use the drawing drawing tool and then label label the materials and parts of your design. Page 5: Start building! Take a photo picture of your prototype. Page 6: Explain how you can improve on your design using the mic or label. Take a photo picture of your new design. Page 7: Reflect on the process. Use the label label tool or the mic microphone to explain some of the challenges and successes you had when completing this challenge. Tap the green check check to add to Seesaw.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, STEAM
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity guides your students through the Engineering Design Process. Your students will document each step along the way using pictures, text, recording, and drawings. This journal is general enough so it can be used with any STEAM challenge you are planning. The instructions above give students the option to record or type their responses, however the instructions can be adapted to fit your students' needs. Text, photo, drawing, and label images on each slide can be added or deleted.

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