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Mrs Druck

Student Instructions

STEM Journal

Use this STEM journal to document what you discover in today's exploration. There are 4 pages. The first page is where you detail what the challenge was. Use the tool to write out the challenge in your own words and then add any questions you and your group have about the challenge. On the 2nd page, use the to upload or take a picture of your brainstorming. How are you planning to approach this challenge? One page 3, document your designs. Remember that engineers fail forward, so you should have multiple pictures that show your progression of learning. Again use either the or to add pictures. You can also use the label tool to add notes of what worked or did not work for each design. Finally, on page 4, reflect. What did you learn? Use the tool to reflect on what you learned from this STEM exploration.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, STEAM
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This is a basic STEM journal outline that I'm modifying for different tasks. It is a good way to get students to document and reflect on the engineering design process.