STEAM skills are super powers! Host a STEAM ComicCon

Give students a chance to make up their own super power/Job title and empower them to identify as problem solvers and change agents.

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What if students could represent themselves at a STEAM comic con and share their super power or their skills or how they learn best --- I.e. I'm a super change agent and my super powers are listening and doodling solutions on the fly! This student would be Super Doodler and kids would dress up representing their skills! Borrowing from Comic con -- there is a playful /tinkerer spirit - imagine students getting excited to learn about their hidden STEAM super powers!


Click here to view the google doc with ideas for the event-- a huge THANK YOU to my Teachers Guild Design coach Erin Quinn who helped me brainstorm these ideas!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a7sV1VxgaL5DfCc2Gjh2AS391J7gxAkmK4BwCetbqwc/edit?usp=sharing

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