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STEAM Essential Questions: Student Thinking Sheet

Why are #STEAM careers important? How can students build creative thinking skills and a growth mindset to come up with innovative solutions to real-world problems? Explore these and many other essential questions using this #ThinkingSheet

Student Thinking Sheet_ STEAM Essential Questions_Nov 2020 webinar.pdf

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"i" on Innovation: Student Thinking Sheet

Innovators and inventors investigate, inquire, infer, inspire and improve. What #STEAM behaviors do you exhibit as a learner and problem solver? Encourage students to identify their strengths using this #ThinkingSheet ​

Student Thinking Sheets_I on Innovation_ Nov 2020.pdf

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STEAM Design Innovations: Student Thinking Sheet

Have children consider where new products come from and how #STEAM teams work together to meet unmet needs. Ask them to look around their house, school, or community and imagine how an everyday item could be improved using this innovative #ThinkingSheet .​ ​ #2020

Student Thinking Sheet_Design Innovations_Nov 2020 webinar.pdf

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Portraits Show Who We Are: Student Thinking Sheet

Portraits can help show who we are, and how we feel. Have students create a self-portrait and include words in the image. Students can share their portrait with others and ask them to describe what they see and what they would like to know about the art and the artist using this Thinking Sheet. ...

Handout_Portraits Show Who We Are_October webinar.pdf

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The Me You Don’t See and Where I’m going: Thinking Sheet for Students

Encourage students to reflect on what others don’t see or know about them. Have them sketch and write about their vision for their future, then map out pathways that could help them reach those goals. Looking at goals with a long-term view and forming a plan helps students develop self...

Handout_The Me You Don’t See and Where I’m Going_October webinar.pdf

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News About Me and What I See: Thinking Sheet for Students

Students are exposed to news stories daily, and are often tasked with interpreting what they read. How could creating an index card story series that illustrates and reports on the news in their life help to capture a snapshot of current events that builds understanding of themselves, others,...

Handout_News About Me And What I See_October webinar.pdf

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Intentional Writing Framework: Thinking Sheet PDF

This Intentional Writing Framework uses visuals as springboards and asks writers to plan the intent, intended audience, voice, and then to pick a genre. Have students select a piece of art and then use this Thinking Sheet to create their story! #2020 #ThinkingSheet #FeaturedResource...

Handout_Intentional Writing Framework_October webinar (2).pdf

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Portraits As Springboards for Writing: Thinking Sheet

What genre could students use to use to tell their personal story? How might portrait images inspire different stories? Visual and written literacy work together to create a powerful narrative in this Thinking Sheet for students. #2020 #FeaturedResource #ThinkingSheet ...

Handout_Portraits As Springboards_October webinar.pdf

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Visual Literacy is Essential - Thinking Sheet

In the digital era reading visuals for meaning is key to effective communication. Use this Thinking Sheet with your students to explore what visual literacy is, why it is important, and how sketches, drawings, and three-dimensional models help make thinking visible. #2020 ...

TS for students_Visual Literacy is Essential.pdf

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Comic Strip Heroes Thinking Sheet

When students imagine themselves with super powers, some of the “super” confidence and optimism rubs off and shapes their behavior. Using this thinking sheet, students imagine themselves as a superhero, then illustrate a story line that shows the special powers and problems this new superhero...

Thinking Sheet for students_Comic Strip Heroes.pdf