Literature-Based STEM Designs

In this workshop, literature and engineering collide to create an exciting learning environment.

In this workshop, literature and engineering collide to create an exciting learning environment. Participants will learn how to blend STEM engineering concepts into their ELA classes by literally building solutions for literary conflicts. Participants will build outdoor shelters based on Jack London’s short stories and a better house for the three little pigs. This innovative approach to extending literature is sure to inspire students to engage with and think beyond the words on the page.

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Curriculum Specialists
Administrators
Reading Specialists
English/ELA Instructors

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