Bridging STEM in a Real-World Problem

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A sixth-grade engineering-based modeling activity asks students to select the best possible design for a reconstructed bridge.

Contributor Notes

Lyn D. English, l.english@qut.edu.au, is a professor of mathematics education at the Queensland University of Technology. Her areas of research include STEM education, mathematical modeling, statistical reasoning, and problem solving and posing.

Nicholas G. Mousoulides, n.mousoulides@ucy.ac.cy, is an assistant professor of mathematics education at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. He is interested in mathematical modeling and in using interdisciplinary problems in the teaching of mathematics.

(Corresponding author is English l.english@qut.edu.au)(Corresponding author is Mousoulides n.mousoulides@ucy.ac.cy)
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School

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