Opening Doors: STEM Learning and Access for all

A Time for Change and Findings Along the Way

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  • Are the readers wondering what will happen next? Is this part of a narrative nonfiction story that has captured the reader’s attention?
  • Are there well-crafted page turns that have the reader flipping through those pages — curious to find what will come next?
  • Is there a discrepant event or discrepant picture that gets a child wondering?
  • Has the author taken the child to a new place — the inside of a beehive or through the lens of a powerful microscope to reveal something new?
  • Does the author pose questions that prompts a child to wonder at key places in their book? Where are those places? How does this drive the flow of the book?

Gratitude for Lessons Learned and New Beginnings

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