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An article on how third-grade students solve a real-world problem using the engineering design process, collaborative group work, and integrated STEM education.

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This article was written by Debra Monson and LinkEngineering member Deborah Besser. It appeared in the July 2015 issue of the National Science Teachers Association's monthly Journal Science & Children. The link above takes you to a page where you can download the article. NSTA members can download for free, and non-member for a small fee.

An article on how third-grade students solve a real-world problem using the engineering design process, collaborative group work, and integrated STEM education.

(Added by LinkEngineering staff)

This article was written by Debra Monson and LinkEngineering member Deborah Besser. It appeared in the July 2015 issue of the National Science Teachers Association's monthly Journal Science & Children. The link above takes you to a page where you can download the article. NSTA members can download for free, and non-member for a small fee.

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