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Planning resources

Most everything you need to know in under 5 and a half minutes!
Complete Curriculum Guide (click to view and download)

Complete Curriculum Guide (click to view and download)

Team up, connect your class, and/or compete with another STEMhero teacher

Team up, connect your class, and/or compete with another STEMhero teacher

Timeline for Implementation (pacing suggestions)

Timeline for Implementation (pacing suggestions)

Aligned standards and essential questions

Aligned standards and essential questions

 
 

Resources for Engaging stakeholders (Families / Administrators)

Parent letter template (Spanish) (Download and customize)

Parent letter template (Spanish) (Download and customize)

Parent letter template (Download and customize)

Parent letter template (Download and customize)

One-page program summary

One-page program summary

Pilot study results -- research completed by the Marquette Democracy Lab

Pilot study results -- research completed by the Marquette Democracy Lab

Teacher Testimonials

Teacher Testimonials

 

What about students who don't have a meter, or don't have internet access at home? --> frequently asked questions

 

 

Getting students Hooked (started)

To "hook" students, build a sense of empathy and/or provide context for their upcoming experience with STEMhero, teachers can choose to assign any or all of the missions outlined in Activity 1 below ... or just jump right into collecting data.

 

Option: Students research and reflect on the source of their water/energy, and how their lives/communities are shaped by that context.  

Option: Students research and reflect on the source of their water/energy, and how their lives/communities are shaped by that context.  

Option: A student self-assessment of their knowledge, attitudes and actions related to energy and water

Option: A student self-assessment of their knowledge, attitudes and actions related to energy and water

Option: Students compare themselves to real professionals in STEM fields

Option: Students compare themselves to real professionals in STEM fields

Option: Students learn about where water/energy are used in a typical home. An estimate of their home's usage is produced, which they can then compare against the actual usage they measure.

Option: Students learn about where water/energy are used in a typical home. An estimate of their home's usage is produced, which they can then compare against the actual usage they measure.

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