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Target audience: Educators & educational policy makers (school administrators, teachers, political leaders & state school board members) and teacher educators & researchers.
Title: Learning Science | Subtitle: Crafting Engagement for Science Environments.
Authors (in order): Barbara Schneider, Joseph Krajcik, Jari Lavonen, Katariina Salmela-Aro (with two i's in Katariina)
Publisher: Yale University Press
About the book: The book describes how to use project-based science to build student creativity, engagement, and imaginination. Science should be about wonder and questioning, not dull school. It includes research, examples, lessons, and commentary.
6 x 9 portrait
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CREATE for STEM logo will be used somewhere on the back cover; completely clashing with it should be avoided but otherwise it should not guide the cover design.
Top 3 Things
Creativity, Learning as Joyful, Curiosity
We want to portray some sense of equity
While we care about creativity and kids learning joyfully, we also want to capture that they're learning deeply about real and important ideas.
Don't want: portraying traditional classroom. No kids in desks, chalkboards & teachers, or lecture-style learning.
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