- File Size: 2501 KB
- Print Length: 184 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945167475
- Publisher: EdTechTeam Press (June 15, 2018)
- Publication Date: June 15, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DFTRSK9
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- Lending: Enabled
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Author’s Rachael Mann and Stephen Sanford have truly created a dynamic resource that challenges educators of today to embrace (and guide) the Martians in our classrooms of today to explore their own ideas and become the innovators of tomorrow. Through the lens of space, all elements of STEM are put into focus and grounded in the realities of where space exploration has been and how it will impact the future. What sets this book apart is that each chapter is accompanied by real-word applications that tie students’ natural curiosity about space, practical facts and history of, and offers endless opportunities for STEM-related discussions and exploration. “We want to blur the lines between content areas and Space exploration to inspire students to pursue STEM fields.” Mission Accomplished!
-Ali Conant, EdD, NBCT
Child: “A Martian.”
Adult: “Then that’s exactly what you can become.”
We live in times like no other and this book brings that reality home. For the first time in history, teachers, parents and communities must prepare our youth for a future far different from anything we can even imagine. Gen Mars. I love that. We are there, folks! And we’d better be ready. The time to act is at our launchpad—I mean at our door. The Martians in Your Classroom can help. Read it. Really. You owe it to the future. This book is easy to read. Heck just put it beside your bed and read a chapter a day. And don’t forget to check out the Launchpad section at the end of each chapter. It’s good stuff. After reading this book, I’m ready to fast forward. Let’s get this show on the road! The first human to step foot on Mars is likely sitting in some teacher’s classroom at this very minute. Read this book and learn some of what it takes to get that person ready!