Apprenticeships, STEM, and Colonial Daily Life (for educators in Grades 3–8)

June 15–18, 2020
July 27–30, 2020

This seminar explores the interdisciplinary links between colonial history and STEM in trades, specifically applied sciences and engineering. Through a hands-on, Project Based Learning (PBL) approach, participants engage with trade experts, investigate applied science principles such as the use of simple machines, chemical reactions, engineering, and combine these experiences into dynamic classroom lesson plans that incorporate primary sources and PBL.


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Robert Brady

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