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Fostering Ideational Code-Switching Through Design-Based Tasks

Saturday, November 11
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: 212 B

Design-based tasks are excellent tools for fostering creative thinking and products. Students use the engineering design process to assist them in modifying designs based on testing and discussion. Making these discussions more intentional through inquiry-based questioning can serve as a scaffold for students to develop their creative ideas into creative products. This presentation demonstrates how inquiry-based questioning can be used as a scaffold to assist students in better developing their creative ideas and turning them into creative products through a framework called ideational code-switching. Examples of students' experiences with a design-based STEM activity are showcased.

Stephanie  Hathcock

Assistant Professor of Science Education and Coordinator of Gifted Programs
Oklahoma State University

Stephanie Hathcock, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Science Education and coordinator of the Gifted & Talented Master's Program at Oklahoma State University. Stephanie previously taught middle and elementary school science and gifted education. Her research interests include science education experiences for gifted students, professional identity of science and gifted education teachers, and creativity in science teaching and learning.

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