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Engaging Young Engineers

Teaching Problem-Solving Skills Through STEM
Support the problem-solving skills of all young children by teaching them basic principles of engineering and five types of critical thinking skills. An innovative guide to STEM learning for birth to 5.
Angi Stone-MacDonald, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Boston in the Early Education and Care in Inclusive Settings program. Dr. Stone-MacDonald has worked with children with disabilities and their families for the last 17 years as a paraprofessional, teacher, consultant, and researcher. Her areas of research include early intervention, international special education for children with developmental disabilities, and teacher preparation for early intervention. Anne Douglass, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts at Boston, where she directs the Bachelor's degree program in Early Education and Care in Inclusive Settings. Dr. Douglass's research focuses on early childhood policy, professional development, quality improvement, and leadership. Mary Lu Love, M.S. is Lecturer/Director of Early Childhood Services at the Institute for Community Inclusion at University of Massachusetts Boston, where she manages grants, evaluation projects and variety of grant work in the early childhood field. Kristen Wendell, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Elementary Science Education at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Her teaching and research interests include pre-service and in-service teacher education in science and engineering and the integration of engineering design into children's science, reading, and writing experiences.
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