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Multiple Literacies in Project Based Learning (ML-PBL) is an effort to build integrated STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) and English Language Arts curriculum for grades K-5. The curriculum provides a project-based approach for students to investigate real-world phenomena while pursuing questions and investigations. Students deeply engage in planning and doing experiments, collecting data, making scientific arguments, reading text resources, etc. The curriculum follows the 3-Dimensional Learning model of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), which combine core scientific ideas, crosscutting concepts that are common to all of science, and science and engineering practices to fully engage kids in rich scientific learning.
The target audience is elementary school teachers and school administrators who may want to adopt the curriculum in their classrooms and schools. The goal is to give them a recognizable logo that says high-quality, research-based, engaging learning for elementary science.
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
Multiple Literacies in Project Based Learning (or ML-PBL)
Top 3 Things
Science Learning, Children, Engagement
Should complement or play off of the CREATE for STEM Institute logo, perhaps with a "reading" addition, or the Open 3D Science (NGPBL) logo. (both attached). The Next Generation Science Standards logo is provided as an additional reference (we do not have rights to this, but color or theme may provide inspiration).