STEAM Project Sample RubricGrades K–8
To implement effective STEAM projects in the math classroom, teachers need to use backwards design principles. This strategy, of planning with the end in mind, will ensure students connect STEAM projects with intended learning outcomes.
To define intended learning outcomes, begin STEAM planning by choosing content standards on which to construct rubrics. Download a STEAM Project Sample Rubric where students are trying to build the tallest tower with Popsicle sticks, clothespins, and binder clips. This rubric is an exemplar to guide you in the development of STEAM rubrics.
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