Academic journal article Journal of STEM Education : Innovations and Research

Editorial

Academic journal article Journal of STEM Education : Innovations and Research

Editorial

Article excerpt

Dear Readers,

We would like to welcome you to our newest edition, Volume 19: Issue 2. In this edition, these articles will cover topics ranging from professional development for high school teachers to preparing college students to excel in mathematics. Our hope is that you will be inspired and encouraged to continue playing a part in the advancement of STEM among students.

To begin, Sharon W. Bowers and Jeremy V. Ernst discuss an assessment designed to determine a group of teachers'ability to plan out STEM centered lessons. The results of this can be read in, "Assessing Elementary In-Service Teachers' STEM-Centric Lesson Plans."

Moving to a more specific area of STEM, authors Julie Ross, Karen Peterman, Jenny L. Daugherty, and Rodney L. Custer study the effects of an education tool designed to help science teachers evaluate the inclusion of engineering into their lesson plans. The results can be discovered in, "The Engineering Innovation Tool: Providing Science Educators a Picture of Engineering in their Classrooms."

A more interactive approach to STEM lessons involves game-based lesson plans. …

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