The book covers various aspects of STEM education through multiple authors' lenses. I recommend it to anybody who study STEM.
This is a useful book full of activities that is promoting a more STEM approach to the primary curriculum rather than a 'subject approach' and also encouraging what Papert called 'constructionism' learning via making. This will be a useful addition to any school's 'bookshelf' for teachers to dip into to encourage a more open critical thinking approach to STEM teaching. Looking for 'real' problems rather than packaged solutions to learning.
Well organized book.
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